The Greek equivalent of the Italian Bolognese sauce, Kim's sauce, is very popular in Greek families. Its quick and easy preparation, affordable products and amazing taste-this is what is needed today for a busy modern woman, and a man who loves to cook. Immediately I will make a reservation that my recipe does not claim to be a classic original and is tailored to the taste and desire of my loved ones. During the step-by-step description, I will try to explain it in more detail.
Place in a saucepan - onion grated on a large grater, tomato without skin grated on a large grater, garlic, tomato paste and 2 tbsp olive oil. Put out all 2-3 minutes.
Add the minced meat and mix well, kneading the minced meat to avoid lumps.
In the original, fry and knead the minced meat, and then add the ingredients listed on top.
In my version, the stuffing turns out to be more tender and soft, it takes less time to extinguish.
Many add wine, so as this sauce will there is children I added broth. (130 ml wine+70 ml broth).
Simmer for 15 minutes over medium heat.
Add Basil, oregano, paprika, Cayenne pepper, black pepper and Bay leaf. If desired, add a little cinnamon, I did not add.
Simmer for another 15 minutes, so that the liquid has boiled away for 2/3.
Remove from heat and add 2 tbsp oil. First, it is more useful, and secondly, the sauce turns out shiny and more saturated color.
Serve with pasta or linguine, but I decided to pamper my family and prepared homemade pasta with spinach for Kim's salsa.
Very tasty sprinkle on top of your favorite grated cheese.