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Bolognese Zoodles

Bolognese Zoodles

Learn how to make Bolognese Zoodles with Philips Kitchen Appliances. Share with your friends and family!

Servings Servings 2

Ingredients

  • 500g (around 2) zucchini
  • 200g lean beef
  • 400g (around 3) tomato
  • 150g (around 1 medium sized) onion
  • 2 teaspoon minced garlic
  • 3 tablespoon tomato paste
  • 125ml water
  • 125ml red wine
  • 4 tablespoon fresh oregano (washed and chopped) (or 1 tablespoon of dried oregano)
  • 4 tablespoon fresh basil (washed and chopped) (or 1 tablespoon of dried basil)
  • 10g (around 2 tablespoon) Parmesan cheese
  • 2 teaspoon olive oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt

Directions

  • 1.      Wash zucchini and cut off the ends. Use Philips Promix hand blender to spiralize the zucchini into zoodles with linguine blade unit.
  • 2.      Chop the lean beef with chopper accessory.
  • 3. Wash the tomato and cut half, chop the tomatos with chopper accessory.
  • 4.     Chop the onion and basil leaves.
  • 5.      Heat the frying pan. Add in olive oil and stir fry onion till soft.
  • 6.      Add in minced garlic and beef. Stir fry till well done. Add in tomato paste and stir well.
  • 7.      Add in tomato sauce, oregano, basil leaves, red wine and water. Cook with medium heat until the sauce reduced by half. Stir every 2 to 3 minutes to prevent sticking to the bottom.
  • 8.       Put zoodles into Bolognese sauce and stir. Cook for 2-3 minutes till soft. Add sugar and salt to season. Plate and top with grated Parmasan cheese.
  • *For specific model only
  • Nutrition Tips:
  • Bolognese sauce is usually cooked with fatty meat with a lot of oil. Together with a big portion of spaghetti, a dish of Bolognese spaghetti contains 650-1100 Kcal. Using lean beef and replacing spaghetti with zoodles reduce the energy content by half: each portion contains only 393 Kcal; at the same time the protein content remains unchanged, thus is suitable for athletic people who aim at bulking and cutting.
  • Lean beef is used in this recipe, which is minced by the Philips meat grounder. This lowers the fat and energy content, thus effectively control the cholesterol level and body weight. Iron in beef is essential for synthesis of red blood cell, which facilitate oxygen delivery to muscle and consequently enhance vitality and exercise performances.
  • Replacing spaghetti with zucchini can greatly lessen the energy content and enhance nutrients. A bowl of spaghetti of 150g contains 237 Kcal; while same amount of cooked zucchini contains only 23 Kcal, which is cut down by 90%. Potassium in zucchini can reduce body edema and further lower the body weight.
Bolognese Zoodles

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