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Spaghetti Bolognese

$9.95

(wt. 13.25oz)

Our chefs crafted this well known favorite in the classic Italian style including a mix of ground beef and pork, white wine, herbs and premium San Marzano tomatoes. Served with “al dente” spaghetti pasta, and freshly grated parmesan cheese.

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  • Calories
    630
  • Protein
    31g
  • Carbs
    69g
  • Fiber
    6g
  • Fat
    25g
  • Sugar
    9g

Culture Bite

The first written mention of the Bolognese sauce appears in the 1891 culinary manual “La scienza in cucina e l’arte di mangiare bane,” or “The Science of Cooking and How to Eat Well” by Pellegrino Artusi. However, it is believed that the first version of what would become the beloved Ragù alla Bolognese was created in the late 1700s, when the chef to the Cardinal of Imola prepared the first known dish in which a ragù, or meat-based sauce, was served over pasta.

Today, the world knows of Bolognese as a meaty tomato sauce, but in the original recipe found in Artusi’s culinary manual, you won’t find a mention of tomatoes. That aside, the fundamentals of the sauce have changed little. A battuto, or base of vegetables, is gently cooked to create a sofrito, or flavor base, for the sauce. Meat (Artusi recommended veal) is then sautéed in the sofrito with a little bit of wine (red or white) and the sauce is finished with a touch of cream or milk to lend the sauce a rich flavor.

Over the years, the Bolognese sauce has evolved and always includes at least a small amount of tomato, and often garlic and herbs. Versions of this worldwide favorite vary by region and by personal preference. But one thing remains the same: you just can’t beat a delicious Spaghetti Bolognese.

Ingredients: Bolognese Ragu (San Marzano Tomatoes (Italian Peeled Tomatoes, Tomato Puree), Ground Beef, Ground Pork, Onion, Celery, Carrots, White Wine, Milk (Organic Grade A Milk, Vitamin D3), Tomato Paste, Olive Oil, Sea Salt, Black Pepper, Oregano, Garlic Powder, Nutmeg, Spice), Cooked Spaghetti (Durum Wheat Semolina, Olive Oil, Water, Sea Salt), Parmesan (Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes)

Allergens: Milk, Wheat
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