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    Chitty's Fusilla Conchiglie Bolognese Italia

    In the absence of our resident genuine Italian Stallion in the kitchen(Stop sulking you Mardarse and come back to the pots and pans)

    Time to knock up a healthy, tasty meal for the family for under a fiver.

    Two types of pasta, Fusilla and Conchiglie.
    Chopped tomatoes with fresh Basil.
    Black Pepper.
    Extra Virgin Olive oil.
    1/2 kg of minced beef.
    Baby button mushrooms.
    Fresh Garlic
    A 85 pence of the shelf Bolognese sauce from Aldi(yes, i bought a big issue)
    Una bottiglia di vino rosso



    Firstly....


    Pour a glass of red...

    Then....

    Slice the garlic to a hairs width so it dissolves in the hot virgin olive oil, add the black pepper and stir not forgetting to take the occasional sip of vino..



    When the garlic has dissolved add the minced beef and some red wine to the mixture for flavour..



    Important note: Keep stirring the wooden spoon and sipping the vino


    Once the mince is cooked about three minutes later you can add the baby button mushrooms,chopped tomatoes with basil and Bolognese sauce ..



    Add the pasta to the pan of boiling water for 30 minutes.

    Let the sauce boil for five minutes to bring the flavour out, then simmer for 55mins.

    Important note: Keep stirring the wooden spoon and sipping the vino



    After an hour we have Perfezione per te...

    No garlic bread or Parmesan cheese required...



    CCC

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    Come back, Luigi.

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    I'd put the shrooms in right at the last minute.

    And why do you have to cook pasta for 30 minutes? Mine usually takes 12!!

    It's Sunday, I'm allowed to go a bit "jamie oliver"!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    Add the pasta to the pan of boiling water for 30 minutes.
    Not exactly 'al dente' then...

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    Lot of coments deleted from last night.
    Plenty of reds, oh well.
    Fair enough, I was pissed and it tasted wonderful.
    Even the dog ate the leftovers.

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    10/10 for trying come back Luigi ,

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    Nah do another one, Luigi's cook offs are gay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    Add the pasta to the pan of boiling water for 30 minutes.
    Not exactly 'al dente' then...
    Typical! Only a German would add teeth to pasta!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    Even the dog ate the leftovers
    ...not necessarily a good sign...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    In the absence of our resident genuine Italian Stallion in the kitchen(Stop sulking you Mardarse and come back to the pots and pans)

    Time to knock up a healthy, tasty meal for the family for under a fiver.

    Two types of pasta, Fusilla and Conchiglie.
    Chopped tomatoes with fresh Basil.
    Black Pepper.
    Extra Virgin Olive oil.
    1/2 kg of minced beef.
    Baby button mushrooms.
    Fresh Garlic
    A 85 pence of the shelf Bolognese sauce from Aldi(yes, i bought a big issue)
    Una bottiglia di vino rosso



    Firstly....


    Pour a glass of red...

    Then....

    Slice the garlic to a hairs width so it dissolves in the hot virgin olive oil, add the black pepper and stir not forgetting to take the occasional sip of vino..



    When the garlic has dissolved add the minced beef and some red wine to the mixture for flavour..



    Important note: Keep stirring the wooden spoon and sipping the vino


    Once the mince is cooked about three minutes later you can add the baby button mushrooms,chopped tomatoes with basil and Bolognese sauce ..



    Add the pasta to the pan of boiling water for 30 minutes.

    Let the sauce boil for five minutes to bring the flavour out, then simmer for 55mins.

    Important note: Keep stirring the wooden spoon and sipping the vino



    After an hour we have Perfezione per te...

    No garlic bread or Parmesan cheese required...



    CCC
    Lots of canned stuff in there.

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    Lots of unnecessary quote in there.

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