A rich slow cooked beef and pork ragu enriched with 6 types of vegetables, on a bed of traditional 100% durum wheat spaghetti, served with parmesan & a side of arugula, cherry tomatoes with Italian dressing
Stove Top or Microwave
Shelf-life: Day of delivery plus 5 days
610 calories per person
Mediterranean, High in Protein, High in Fibre
Ragu & spaghetti suitable for home freezing
For best results cook on Stove top
- Transfer ragu & spaghetti to a pot on the stove top with 1 tbsp water. Mix well and heat through on a medium heat for 5 – 6 minutes until piping hot
- Slice the cherry tomatoes into 1/4's. Share spaghetti bolognese between 2 plates, top with parmesan and serve with arugula & cherry tomatoes dressed with the Italian dressing
To cook in the microwave
- Remove lid from pot of ragu, place back on loosely. Remove the film from tray of spaghetti, reserve parmesan, arugula, tomatoes & Italian dressing.
- Microwave the pot of ragu for 5 minutes, add the tray of spaghetti and microwave both together for a further 1-2 minutes or until piping hot.
- Slice the cherry tomatoes into 1/4's, share spaghetti between 2 plates and top with the ragu. Top with parmesan and serve with the arugula & cherry tomatoes dressed with the Italian dressing
Water, Tomatoes, Beef (All natural, USDA Choice, from Midwest United States), Spaghetti, Tomato, Pork (All natural from United States), Cremini mushrooms, Arugula, Slow roast cherry tomatoes, Carrot, Onion, Slow roast tomato paste, Red wine, Tomato puree, Red pepper, Parmesan, Garlic, Olive oil, Extra virgin olive oil, Lemon zest, Beef base, Vinegar, balsamic, Sunflower oil, Cornflour, Agave syrup, Sugar, Oregano, Vinegar, cider, Salt, Soy sauce, Dijon mustard, Basil, Smoked paprika, Black pepper
Gluten, Milk, Soybeans
Calories 610, Fat 26g, Saturated fat 5g, Carbohydrates 63g, Total sugars 11g, Protein 30g, Fibre 7g, Sodium 930mg
We don’t eat too much beef, but love a quick pasta meal… decided to try it and definitely will be a regular..
It was more delicious than expected. Lots of meat and a delicious rich taste.
It tasted more like chili on top of spaghetti. I was hoping for more of a spaghetti red sauce. It was easy and hit the spot but I don’t think I’ll get it again.
This Bolognese starts w finely chopped carrots, onions and herbs — and packs a meaty, hearty punch of flavor and tummy-warming YUM!
We’ve made Bolognese at home from a Cooks Illustrated recipe; and this was just as good, with a fraction of the effort. Also, we appreciate that they skipped the nuts in mortadella!
I am not usually someone who eats pork or beef but this was delicious, LOVE that the pasta was whole wheat and the arugula salad was a nice bonus. And incredibly easy to prepare.