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Serve with linguine (boiled then tossed in an extra virgin you have lying around)
 
Serve with linguine (boiled then tossed in an extra virgin you have lying around)
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NB Fish out the bay leaf before serving, it's grim if you chow down on it.
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This recipe is Open Source, if you use it please consider donating cash to ^Woodsta^ using cash.
  
  

Revision as of 00:04, 16 November 2009

^Woodsta^'s Bollogs is a legendary recipe for Spaghetti Bolognese, recommended by many channel members both present and former. This is the official recipe for the dish. It is well known for its simplicity, so simple indeed that even Lambie can make it.

  1. Fry a chopped onion.
  2. Add mince until browned.
  3. Add tin of chopped tomatoes.
  4. Add chopped garlic clove.
  5. Add Worcester Sauce and ketchup to taste.
  6. Add freshly ground pepper and salt to taste.
  7. Simmer for 1 hour, stirring every 5 minutes.

00:02, 16 November 2009 (UTC)Woodsta If you want to make a tomato flavoured cow pat then use the above. If you want to make ^Woodsta^'s bollogs, use the following:

  1. Cube an onion
  2. Finely chop/mince 3 large cloves of garlic
  3. Fry above in a saucepan until onion soft
  4. Add steak mince (250g per person)
  5. Fry until browned
  6. Add tin of chopped tomato
  7. Add 1 heaped teaspoon of mixed herb
  8. Add 1/2 posh (bouillon) stock cube beef
  9. Stir
  10. Add worcester sauce (generous shake)
  11. Add 2 tbl spoons of tomato puree
  12. Stir
  13. Add 1 tbl spoon black olive (chopped/sliced)
  14. Add 1 tbl spoon capers if you don't hate them
  15. Stir
  16. Add squirt of heinz ketchup for extra opulence
  17. Stir
  18. Add 1 large dried bay leaf
  19. Do not stir past this point
  20. Add lid to pan, simmer for as long as possible

Serve with linguine (boiled then tossed in an extra virgin you have lying around)

NB Fish out the bay leaf before serving, it's grim if you chow down on it.

This recipe is Open Source, if you use it please consider donating cash to ^Woodsta^ using cash.


sbf 18:52, 15 November 2009 (UTC)