Recipe for light pasta bolognese

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Are you craving pasta bolognese but want it as light as possible? We’ve come up with a healthy and easy homemade recipe that is both tasty and healthy, and that you can make quickly with a cookeo.

Unlike the authentic recipe, which has more calories, we have deliberately removed the sausage meat and pancetta (or bacon) to make it lighter. We have also replaced the 2 glasses of milk with 5 cl of water.


-Difficulty 2

-People    4

-Cooking 150mn

-Preparation 30mn

Calorie for 1 plate

kivalia care & slimming recipe : 178 kcal

Classic recipe : 230 kcal


500 g tagliatelle or spaghetti
500 g minced meat 5%, chopped
1 can of peeled and crushed tomatoes
1 tablespoon tomato paste
1 tablespoon olive oil
2 carrots
1 onion
1 stick of celery
1 glass of red wine
salt, pepper and 2 bay leaves (optional)


  1. Cut up the vegetables
    Peel and finely chop the onion. Peel and dice the 2 carrots. Wash the celery stalk and cut it into small cubes.
  2. Frying
    Fry everything in a frying pan (or in the cookeo in Browning mode) with the olive oil.
  3. Add the meat
    Add the minced meat and fry for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  4. Deglaze the wine
    Pour in the wine and cook until it has completely evaporated.
  5. Add the tomatoes
    Add the chopped tomatoes, the tomato paste and the bay leaf if you wish. Also add a little water instead of milk. Add salt and pepper.
  6. Simmer
    Simmer on low heat for about 2 hours or about 15 minutes if using the cooker.
  7. Cooking spaghetti
    Boil water with a little coarse salt, then cook your pasta according to the cooking time indicated on the packet.
  8. Serve
    Once the pasta is cooked, drain it and divide it among the plates
  9. Pour the Bolognese sauce
    Cover the pasta with the Bolognese sauce.


    There are variations of this low-fat recipe. You can add spices such as thyme, basil or oregano if you wish. You can choose tagliatelle or spaghetti as a side dish, depending on your preference. This low-calorie recipe is suitable for dieters, with the exception of the Dukan diet, and for all people, including pregnant women, who want to enjoy eating without gaining weight.

    For those with a sweet tooth, you can also put the cooked and drained pasta in a casserole dish (it can be other types of pasta such as penne) and then add the Bolognese sauce and a little Parmesan cheese before putting it in the oven.



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