Garlic-Free and Onion-Free Bolognese
While many bolognese recipes will feature garlic and onion, those of us with sensitive tummies have to avoid it. My low-FODMAP bolognese recipe omits these ingredients but still packs a lot of flavor.
When to Cook Low-FODMAP Bolognese?
This is truly a “Sunday night dinner” dish; it requires care, craft, and attention. Flavors develop better with time (and I daresay, it tastes EVEN better the next day). It is a hearty and comforting dish to share with your loved ones, and a perfect book end to cap off the weekend while preparing for the week ahead.
This dish inspires time with family, the telling of stories, and the definite feeling that yes, you are home.
Make this low-FODMAP bolognese when you’re ready for some comfort food – that’s doubly comforting because it can be eaten without tummy trouble.
|3pounds ground beef
|1 celery stalk
|1cup dry white wine (such as pinot grigio)
|⅓cup tomato paste
|1 bay leaf
|2cups chicken stock
|1cup whole milk (lactose-free, if necessary)
|1 (16oz)package pasta (gluten-free, if necessary)
|parsley, to garnish