Spaghetti Bolognese recipe using Schwartz

I love cooking from the scratch but only few things :)
If you have a better option to make your food taste much delicious than why not try easy ones. Everyone in my house is a spaghetti lover. So today we tried out Spaghetti Bolognese using Schwartz flavour sachets which absolutely saved my time in shopping all of the ingredients made my food ready in a less time too. 

So here are the few ingredients I have used for this recipe.
I have used Chicken mince, spaghetti, half onion, parsley flatleaf, mushroom, cherry tomatoes, parmesan cheese and Schwartz flavour sachets - Spaghetti Bolognese. Firstly, boil the spaghetti with little bit of salt and side by side heat the pan. Add the chicken mince  (If you want to try something different you could swap the chicken mince for pork, lamb or beef) and fry it for 2-3 minutes. Then add onion and fry it for next 3-4 minutes until it turns golden brown. stir in the chopped mushroom and fry it for next 1-2 minutes. If your spaghetti is boiled, put it in the running tap water then drain it.

Now add the Schwartz Spaghetti Bolognese Sachet to the mince and pour the chopped tomatoes. Add a little bit of water (you need it if you are using fresh tomatoes) then bring to the boil. After that cover the pan and simmer for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. At last add 2 spoon of Parsley flat leaf and turn off the heat. 

Taa Daah !! And yes its ready. Schwartz Spaghetti Bolognese Sachet have potato strach, tomato powder, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, basil, sugar, black pepper, oregano, bay leaves, marjoram, nutmeg, sunflower oil. That's all the ingredients you need to add to make a perfect Spaghetti Bolognese but Schwartz definitely made it easier but putting up all the flavour in one simple sachet.

I will definitely stock up Schwartz Spaghetti Bolognese Sachet on my cupboard, for a busy and lazy days and of course to enchance the flavour. For this sauce I have follwed the recipe from Schwartz website and got this sachet from Tesco Store.

 (*This recipe has been made in collaboration with Schwartz, however all of the opinions are my own)

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