A go to meal that packs a punch and is full of goodness

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Spaghetti Bolognese aka spag bol – its the meal that tastes even better the next day, everyone loves it AND this spag bol tastes so good even when your stuck eating it for a week because…. well meal prep rotation guys.

It can be made on the cheap or a little more pricey it really depends on your preference. I use 80% organic ingredients because organic meat and produce is way better for you and it just tastes completely different to Woolies or Coles meat – it tastes normal. Your not eating added hormones, pesticides and the animals are in their natural environment – Look I could bang on for days about organic produce but i’ll save that for another post because lets face it your all here for an epic spag bol recipe –


– 3 carrots chopped into small cubes
– 3 celery sticks chopped into small cubes
– 8 cherry tomatoes cut in half
– 3 sprigs fresh rosemary chopped super finely
– 1 bunch of fresh basil chopped super finely
– 1 teaspoon of dried oregano
– 2 cups brown mushrooms roughly chopped

– 5 rashers of smoked organic bacon
– 500 grams organic beef mince or organic veal and pork mince

– 800 grams of tinned organic low sodium whole tomatoes (very important for tinned food of any kind)
– 3 tablespoons of tomato puree
– 2 beef stock cubes (Massell is a good stock brand)
– 1 packet of gluten free pasta
– Parmesan to sprinkle on top
– 1 tablespoon olive oil or garlic olive oil
1 large cooking pan


Heat olive oil on high heat and add bacon cooking until crispay then turn down to low heat and add in the chopped up carrots, celery and rosemary until nice and soft – usually about 5-10 mins

Turn that heat back up and throw in the mince breaking it up gently with a wooden spoon and cooking until just turned brown

Now add in the tinned whole tomatoes (you need to gently break these up), basil, oregano, beef stock cube, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes and tomato puree – stir it up!

Put a lid on and low heat slow cook it on the stove for 1.5 hours

Cook your pasta and throw it all together adding a sprinkle of parmesan on top

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