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Old 06-15-2006, 06:26 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Corey123
I've just now discovered that this sauce even tastes good cold!! There is no collagulated fat in it because i used ground chicken beast meat and canola oil,
so you don't get a greasy taste.

Yes, I use lean beef mince, but drain fat and put the meat on kitchen paper to get any excess off...so its quite easy to make a low fat sauce. I might well try it with chicken mince, I have never done that.

We have it cold often, I always over extimate amounts and freeze half, then the rest of what we don't freeze makes great sandwiches cold. In fact, disgustingly enough, I love it cold the next morning for breakfast ...

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Old 06-15-2006, 06:49 AM   #32
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I just thought of something else now that you mentioned sandwiches - Sloppy Joes!!

How about mixing a little of this sauce with some melted Velveeta cheese for a nacho dip as well?

Also, with whole-grain tortillas and low-fat mozzarella, it becomes small homemade pizzas! And if you want, you can leave out the meat altogether for a delicious meatless vegetarian tomato sauce!!

The possibilities are endless!!! One sauce, and over a dozen options, that's versatility!! I think I've created a monster!! But a delicious one!

I just may make this sauce more often when it's needed.


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Old 06-15-2006, 07:20 AM   #33
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If there was one dish that my friends and family would say is by far my best it would be my Bolognese Sauce (and I do use heavy cream). My wife is addicted to it. She has been known to eat a bowl of it (just the sauce) for dinner. I have also had it in the morning. Hot, cold, it doesn't matter.

I always have to make a triple batch anytime I made it so I can freeze a good amount and give some to friends and family. Man that stuff is good!
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Old 06-15-2006, 07:34 AM   #34
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Yes, you're right!!

I'm just now discovering the magical wonders of this sauce, and this is the very first time that I've ever made it!! Great stuff!!!!!!


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