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Tilberedning

Module by: Gry Janum. E-mail the author

Opgave:

I dette modul skal du følge en opskrift og lave retten Spaghetti Bolognaise, der er en italiensk pastaret.

Spaghetti Bolognaise.

Ingredienser (4 personer):

  • Spaghetti (500 gram, eventuelt grovpasta)
  • Hakket oksekød (3-7%, 500 gram)
  • Løg (2 stk.)
  • Hakkede tomater (2 dåser)
  • Tomatpuré (2 små dåser)
  • Peberfrugt (2 stk.)
  • Jomfruolivenolie (en spiseskefuld)
  • Oregano (smages)
  • Peber (smages til)
  • Salt (smages til)
  • Evt. Tabasco (smages til)
  • Hvidløg (3 fed)

Tilberedning:

Løgene hakkes i små stykker og brunes i en gryde med en spiseskefuld olie. Derefter brunes det hakkede oksekød, hvorefter der tilsættes hvidløg, hakkede tomater samt tomatpuré og eventuelt hvidløg. Vand sættes til at koge, og pasta puttes i sammen med lidt salt og olie. Kødsovsen koges op og smages til med oregano, peber, salt og eventuelt lidt tabasco. Lad det hele simre i et kvarters tid. Velbekomme - og husk at rydde op efter dig!

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