Globe Marrow Bolognese

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This is a delicious Globe Marrow Bolognese, a great alternative to pasta and the easiest two in one meal you can make with globe marrows.

Globe Marrow Bolognese

This is a delicious Globe Marrow Bolognese, a great alternative to pasta and the easiest two in one meal you can make with globe marrows.

Globe Marrow Bolognese

  • Servings: 2
  • Difficulty: easy
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A stuffed marrow can often make a great alternative to pasta or spaghetti…

You can use meat alternatives for the bolognese if you wish. 🙂

Ingredients

  1. 250g Minced beef
  2. 200g Chopped Tomatoes
  3. 1 Onion, diced
  4. 1 Carrot, diced or grated
  5. 4-5 button mushrooms 
  6. Sprinkle of mixed herbs
  7. 1 oxo cube 
  8. A single Bay leaf
  9. 1 Globe marrow 
  10. Handful of cheese (any kind, depending on your preference) 
  11. Splash of olive oil

Directions

  1. First cut the globe marrow in 2 and hollow out the seeds, you can either dry these out in the greenhouse or through them away, then pre-heat the oven to 180°C/Gas mark 4.
  2. To make the bolognese, start frying off the onion, carrot, mushrooms with the olive oil on a medium heat until they’re soft and then add the beef, fry this off until all of the pink has gone.
  3. Add the chopped tomatoes, herbs, bay leaf, oxo cube and anything else you’d think would add to the bolognese mixture. I think every household has their own preferred method of making a bolognese sauce, just go with what works for you.  Simmer for around 10mins.
  4. Pour the bolognese into the globe marrows and top off with a generous handful of cheese, bake in the oven for around 15 to 20 mins or until golden brown.
  5. Serve with a salad and enjoy!

If you’ve also got fresh beef tomatoes, these can be a chopped up and blended and added to the globe marrow bolognese mix too.

Globe marrows are also great to use in a marrow and vegetable lasagne too.

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