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Vegetarian Spaghetti Bolognese

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Serves 6

My spag bol, you can either make it vege or with meat

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  • 1 or 2 onions (to taste) sliced
  • 1 pepper, sliced
  • 3 or 4 garlic cloves, sliced
  • 500g pack frozen vegemince (or frozen mince)
  • One jar of pasta sauce (I usually use a tomato and chilli one)
  • One tin of chopped tomatoes
  • One tin of sweetcorn (or frozen sweetcorn)
  • Mushrooms, chopped
  • Salt, pepper and cooking oil
  • 100g of spaghetti (or pasta) per person.
  • Parmesan or cheddar to top if desired


    1. Add a small amount of oil to a pan and begin to fry the onions, pepper and garlic.
    2. After about 3 minutes add the pasta sauce, chopped tomatoes and sweetcorn followed by the vegemince (if you are using meat, add the meat to the first step, you may need a little water, and then move to the second step once it begins to brown).
    3. Add mushrooms and boil kettle for spaghetti/pasta. If you are using meat you may want to leave a bit more time to ensure your meat is cooked through.
    4. Cook spaghetti or pasta as desired, I usually cook it for 18 minutes, then drain.
    5. Share out spaghetti/pasta and sauce. Add parmesan (be aware this is not vegetarian) or cheddar as desired.

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