almond parmesan bolognese

almond parmesan bolognese sauce

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This delicious rich almond parmesan bolognese sauce in about an hour. No way! Yes, come see how simple it is to make & even better to eat!

Bolognese Sauce

Others will think that you’ve been in the kitchen all day making this easy lamb bolognese. Thick, rich, meaty and full of flavor! Pasta will be divine!

Besides being easy and ‘quick’, this bolognese sauce can have multiple uses. Want lasagna? Here you go, the sauce. Need a quick pizza sauce. Here you go, thick n’ rich. Just add your toppings. Need soup base. Well, look no further, this sauce can save your some time. Oh, you’re thinking chili? Yes, this can be the beginning of your luscious creation!

Beef Bolognese

Bolognese can be made with different types of meats. Beef bolognese might be most popular. But, my ‘take a lot of time and cook all day’ bolognese isn’t made with just one type of meat. In fact, it’s truly amazingly delicious, but it does take time to make. In case you want to have something to serve that’s this spectacular, then here’s the recipe. 

But, I don’t always have the time to invest in my ‘takes most all day’ bolognese recipe, so that’s why I’ve created this easy bolognese recipe. 

Lamb Ragu

Is there a difference between the words ragu and bolognese. Well, ragu basically means recipes where you used minced, chopped or ground meat. You’re going to saute vegetables, like your carrots, celery and onions. And, then you’ll add it to your meat or meats. Lamb ragu and bolognese are uniquely alike! 

Bolognese Recipe Easy

Who doesn’t love a rich thick flavorful bolognese? And, one that is relatively quick and easy to make?

While I have a couple of other bolognese recipes on my website that are dynamite killer good, I wanted to create one that took less time and had fewer ingredients. But had all the power and punch that you want when you think Italian bolognese. Plus, I wanted to do it with ground lamb, so here you go ‘easy lamb bolognese’!

Lamb Bolognese Recipe

Grab your ingredients. Pull out the food processor. Put a big stock pot on the stove. And, in a couple of hours you’re gonna be doing a kitchen happy dance. This lamb bolognese recipe is super easy. Have your pasta ready because you’ll be chowing down in no time.

It’s really hard to believe you get this flavor without much effort or work. And, if you want to use another type or types of ground meat, instead of lamb and beef, have at it. The addition of genoa salami adds a tad of fat for more flavor. Trust me, your family will put you on a pedestal and your friends will think you’re a real chef!

The Absolute Best Bolognese Recipe

As I said, I’ve got several bolognese recipes. And, the absolute best bolognese recipe is hard to choose. But, take a look at some of these options. Here’s my recipe that Gallo Family Vineyards selected as their favorite! 

Bolognese Sauce Ingredients

My bolognese sauce ingredients vary depending upon the type of bolognese I want to create. All are great. Some easier than others. Here are some of my faves! 

 

Aussie Lamb Bolognese and Rigatoni

Best Meaty Bolognese

Easy Lamb Bolognese

 

almond parmesan bolognese

Yield: 8+ servings

almond parmesan bolognese sauce

almond parmesan bolognese

This delicious rich almond parmesan bolognese sauce in about an hour. No way! Yes, come see how simple it is to make & even better to eat!

Ingredients

  • 5 garlic cloves, small to medium sized, peeled, whole
  • 1 onion, sweet, medium, cut in quarters
  • 2 ribs celery, cut in 4-5 pieces each
  • 1 cup carrot pieces, cut into smaller chunks
  • ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 lb. ground sausage
  • 1 lb. ground beef
  • 1 cup pepperoni, diced
  • 2 Tbl. nutritional yeast
  • 2 Tbl. Italian seasoning mixture
  • 3 tsp. smoked paprika
  • ½ tsp. red chili flakes
  • 2 tsp. sea salt
  • 1 tsp. pepper
  • 2 cans (6 oz.) tomato paste + one cup water to rinse cans
  • 1 can (24 to 27 oz.) tomato sauce + 5 cups water
  • 1 cup basil pesto, store bought
  • 1 cup almond slices, ground finely in food processor
  • 1 cup finely grated parmesan cheese

Instructions

Dump the garlic, onion, celery carrots and olive oil in the food processor and grind into a fine mixture. Put this mixture into a large stock pot on medium high heat. Sauté this mixture about 3 minutes.

Crumble the ground sausage and beef and put in the mixture, add the pepperoni, and brown the meat.

Combine the nutritional yeast, Italian seasoning, paprika, chili flakes, salt and pepper in a small bowl and sprinkle on the meat. Work the spices into the meat.

Add the tomato paste and blend into the meat. Add the tomato sauce and water and blend well. Increase heat to high, bring to a boil for about 5-7 minutes. Reduce heat to medium high, cover (leave lid slightly askew to allow steam to escape) and boil about 15 minutes stirring occasionally. (Add more water if needed.)

Add the basil pesto, finely ground almonds and parmesan and blend. Reduce heat to medium. Cover and cook another about 35 minutes.

Can be served or reduce heat to simmer until ready to serve.

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