Easy & Tasty Vegan Bolognese: Simplicity at its Best

The importance of what we eat is just as important to our efforts to live a healthier lifestyle as is our dedication to consistent exercise. This recipe for Vegan Bolognese not only has a wonderful combination of healthful carbohydrates, protein, and vegetables, but it also incorporates rich, gratifying flavors. Packed with of garlic, onions, mushrooms, lentils, and a mix of herbs, the sauce is cooked to a thick and delicious pasta sauce.

We love to make large portions so that we may enjoy the leftovers the following day. This is why we embrace the idea of batch cooking. When that time comes, we rely on our trustworthy pyrex containers to keep our food fresh for a long time. Your Bolognese will stay deliciously fresh for up to five days in the refrigerator or one month in the freezer thanks to the protective Pyrex container. When the want for pasta arises, simply thaw and zap the Bolognese in the Pyrex container, saving you the trouble of washing up several dishes!

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Recipe for Vegan Bolognese

Serving Size: 2 | Prep Time: 30 minutes


  • 400g can chopped tomatoes
  • 1 regular-sized mushroom, roughly chopped
  • 400g can legumes/pulses
  • 1 turnip, roughly chopped
  • A single carrot, chopped
  • 150g pasta without gluten
  • A single chopped onion
  • One sliced garlic clove
  • One tablespoon of oil
  • ½ teaspoon of salt
  • ½ teaspoon of black pepper
  • ½ teaspoon dried oregano
  • ¼ teaspoon dried basil


  1. In a saucepan set over medium heat, add oil. Add the onion and cook until it becomes soft and transparent once it’s warm. After two to three minutes, add the garlic and stir for a further two minutes.
  2. Stir everything until coated after adding the spice. Before adding the mushrooms and legumes, add the carrot and turnip and simmer for a further two to three minutes while stirring. After the vegetables have shrunk in size, mix and cook for three minutes. Then, add the tomatoes and stir again. Reduce heat and simmer for 20 minutes after cooking over medium heat for 4–5 minutes, or until sauce begins to bubble lightly.
  3. Meanwhile, fill another saucepans with around 300ml of water and bring to a boil. To avoid spilling, add the spaghetti and stir from time to time while adjusting the heat. Cook pasta as directed on the package.
  4. When the pasta is cooked, transfer a portion to a dish or bowl, pour a substantial amount of Bolognese sauce over it, sprinkle some chopped herbs on top, and savor the delicious tastes!

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