Spaghetti is a grain food and is high in fibre. Whole-wheat spaghetti is a whole-grain product and has three additional grams of fiber per cup than regular spaghetti. With a few substitutions, basic spaghetti Bolognese can be simple to cook and healthy to eat.
Serves: 8 people
Whole wheat spaghetti
2 kg Lean Pork mince
2 Chopped red onion
Half bottle of red wine
2 bottles of tomato pasta sauce
2 Chopped garlic
2 Grated carrots
Salt and pepper to taste
Mozzarella shredded cheese (optional topping)
Add Olive oil to pan and brown pork mince.
Add chopped red onion, grated carrot, half a bottle of red wine, and tomato pasta sauce to the pan and stir. Simmer for four hours and stir occasionally until it becomes a pasta sauce like consistency.
Add salt and pepper to taste. You may add some chilli powder to give it some jazz. Add chopped garlic last to freshen up the dish.
Cook pasta until al dente and serve with pasta sauce top with shredded mozzarella cheese.