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Vegan Tagliatelle Bolognese

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Vegan Tagliatelle Bolognese

1 hours 6 minutes total

This recipe is a vegan version of the classic Italian dish "ragù", made with minced meat and tomato sauce. This vegan version replaces the meat with a plant-based alternative and is served with tagliatelle pasta.



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Serves 4

250g (8,8oz) Barilla® Tagliatelle
160ml water
300g vegan minced meat
40g carrot, peeled and minced
40g celery, minced
40g yellow onion, peeled and minced
100ml extra-virgin olive oil
100ml red wine
90g tomato purée
500g vegan Parmigiano cheese, grated


Individuals with allergies or specific dietary concerns should verify that the ingredients they utilize for the recipes comply with their restrictions.


Step 1

Here are the four easy steps for a delicious vegan ragù pasta:

Step 2

Heat the oil in a saucepan over medium heat and sauté the vegetables and bay leaves.

  • carrot
  • celery
  • yellow onion
  • bay leaves
  • extra-virgin olive oil

Step 3

Add the vegan ground minced meat and raise the heat to medium-high so that it browns well. Pour in the red wine and let it evaporate completely. Reduce the heat to low and add the tomato purée. Season with salt and pepper, add the 3/4 cup (160 ml) water, and cook over low heat for about 45 minutes.

  • vegan ground minced meat
  • red wine
  • tomato purée
  • salt
  • black pepper
  • water

Step 4

Bring a pot of salted water to a boil and cook the tagliatelle until it is al dente; drain.

  • barilla tagliatelle
  • salted water

Step 5

Transfer pasta to the meat sauce and toss to combine, sprinkling with the vegan Parmigiano.

  • meat sauce
  • vegan parmigiano cheese

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