By CC & G on February 11, 2009
"This recipe is from meals.com. It is extremely affordable, quick and tasty. I find you really need the wine for the flavour. Great for leftovers or to freeze."
Serving Size: 1 (241 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Very good , I used ground turkey and kittencals Italian seasoning recipe on this site
Also I used red cooking wine i didn't have dry.
For good flavor i used better than bullion beef bullion not that cheap powder stuff."
"I made this last night for dinner and did not change a thing. (except I had more like a pound of ground beef) It was very good, and had great flavor. Even I ate two helpings! Thanks!"
"I made this recipe for dinner last night. Didn't change a thing. I used pinot noir wine. The flavor was really good. It only needs to bake 20 mins. DH said he would love to have it again. This would be a great company meal, served with french bread and cesar salad. Thanks for posting this recipe. I did substitute ground turkey for the beef."
"Very good and easy to make - I added a little extra seasoning (some garlic salt, a little minced onion, etc) to give it just a bit more flavor. I also used more cheese because my husband likes things REALLY cheesy. I added a few heavy shakes of parm cheese to the sauce and also on top. I followed everything else exact. I took the cover off for the last 5 min and turned it to broil to brown the cheese. Very good!"
"We had this last night for dinner... it was easy and delicious. My husband already said he wanted me to make it again. We didn't have the italian seasoning so I just threw in some oregano and basil. The flavor was terrific. Thank you for sharing this recipe."
"I made this today dinner and it was very good, and had great flavor. I used more ground beef and used dry red wine not water and instead of italian seasoning i used special blend classic bolognese.Thanks will definetely do again!"
"Very good! I used 1 lb of super lean ground beef, add extra garlic, used a pinot noir (McMurray I believe) for the wine (drank the rest!) ;-) Also used a mixture of cheeses to make 2 cups: mozzarella, parmesan, asiago, and sharp cheddar. My DH LOVES anything pasta related, so this hit a home run with him and I for sure! Thanks for posting."