Spaghetti Bolognese topped with Egg

I hardly knew the difference between Spaghetti and Noodles, until I started preparing these @ home. Except one belong to Italy and other to China, Noodles are thinner than Spaghetti.
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And one more important difference is spaghetti is normally prepared with wheat flour while Noodles can be any- Flour ,Rice flour etc.
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So when I prepared spaghetti over the weekend, I served it with Bolognese Sauce. What I loved the most was styling the end dish, with spaghetti in a cylindrical shape topped with the sauce and Blind Folded Eggs.
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So when we were having this, I thought this can be easily prepared for a group of 10 + hungry souls.  As the major ingredients are easy to prepare and once you serve it this way, it can easily go as a party dish.
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Cooking Spaghetti is quite simple, follow the instructions present with the package. Normally boil water, vessel should be tall enough to accommodate the spaghetti length, I prefer full ones without breaking them. Add some salt and olive oil while cooking. Drain the water when spaghetti is enough cooked without overcooking them.
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You can stir fry these or mix with a sauce of your choice or serve topped with chunky sauce. Garnished with some oregano, pepper and chilli flakes. Serve it in such a manner that sauce remains in the centre pit of the cylindrical spaghetti. Top it with a blind folded egg or soft boiled egg.
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My Bolognese sauce was quite spicy and juicy, to make the spaghetti tasty and delicious. This experiment or try was totally worth it :)

Happy Cooking and Posting about it :)

Comments

  1. looks good! ;) will try it egg free.. what is the 'curry' on the top? how did you make that?

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    1. its a bolognese sause .. prepared and posted in my earlier post.

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  2. Really spaghetti looks spicy and yummy. Beautiful pictures.

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  3. Feel like grabbing and finishing that whole plate, super filling dish.

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  4. superb recipe...ongoing event : http://easy2cookrecipes.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/fruit-of-month-grapes-event_02.html

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  5. really nice!.......nice presentation too.

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  6. Hi Kanchan,thanks for dropping by my space...My hubby luv this kind of food, looks delicious...

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  7. Visiting your lovely space for the first time...Glad to have found it.

    Lovely spaghetti and delicious sauce.

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  8. Super tempting recipe, looks so delicious.

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  9. My boys love pasta dishes, but I've never tried bolognese sauce at home. Yummy!

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