Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Chicken bolognese

Freezer bolognese is one of my stock staples. It's easy, cheap and it freezes well.

To break up the monotony, I sometimes use chicken mince. It's quite lean and freezes well although it does clump together more than beef.

Chubs loves it and it means that I don't have to cut it up!

Chicken Bolognese - very simple

This gives three -four adult serves, which for us is a normal sized serve for Dear Husband, a small serve for me and 3 - 4 toddler sized meals (which I toss in the freezer).

500g chicken mince
1 cups frozen veggies
1 tin tomatoes
1 jar pasta sauce

'Brown' the chicken mince so it goes white. If you wanted to add onion you could do that beforehand. Add the tomatoes, sauce and tomatoes. Turn the heat down and simmer for 30 minutes.

Serve with rice or pasta.

Super easy, super simple and a great staple. Freezes well, but only freeze if made with fresh chicken.

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