28 Nov super delicious chicken mince bolognaise
This chicken mince bolognaise recipe is the most fabulous alternative to beef mince. It is quick and easy to prepare and extremely delicious to eat. This bolognaise recipe is packed with vegetables and is therefore a great way to sneak your 5-a-day vegetable requirements in.
The other evening I had people over for dinner. As part of the meal I had made chicken burger patties from chicken mince (I will be posting the recipe in due course). This started a discussion around the table about what can be done with chicken mince….
This chicken mince bolognaise recipe arose from that conversation (and the fact that I opened my freezer to take out beef mince for supper, only to discover that I had none).
Just a note, my kids didn’t even notice the difference…. Just in case any of you are wondering how your fussy little eaters will take to this meal. If you have a slow cooker just pop the raw ingredients into the slow cooker and cook on low for 4 ½ hours.
I hope that you enjoy this as much as we did. This chicken mince bolognaise recipe has become a regular in our household, Leanne x
Chicken mince bolognaise
1 large celery stick, cut into chunks
1 large carrot, top cut off
1 medium onion, peeled and cut into large chunks
600g chicken mince
1 desert spoon HP sauce
1 desert spoon fruit chutney
1 desert spoon tomato paste
½ x 410g can tomato puree
2 tsp chicken spice
1 tsp pink Himalayan salt
1 ½ – 2 cups water
- Place the celery, carrot and onion in a hand blender and chop until fine
- Place the vegetables and the rest of the ingredients into a pot
- Bring the ingredients to the boil and then lower the temperature to a slow simmer for 40 minutes