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Meat Sauce Recipe – How To Make Meat Sauce ?
We did not make this meat sauce for spaghetti but for our fantastic fermented pearl barley pancakes. This meat sauce will reach its full potential after a day or two in the refrigerator. If time is by your side, allow it to age. You are guaranteed to lick the bowl clean.
We have used two red meats to make our meat sauce recipe. If your dietary restrictions do not allow pork on your plate, go all beef or vice versa. If you neither eat beef nor pork, go all lamb or goat. If you don’t eat that too, don’t bother making this sauce. It is not for you.
Besides being a sidekick for pancakes and spaghetti, this meat sauce recipe is a meal, all by itself. Our meat sauce recipe will yield 6 servings, with 447 kilocalories in each.
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Beef is a good source of iron, zinc and selenium. It also contains vitamin B6 which is essential for the absorption of amino acids.
Pork contains good amounts of thiamin which is essential for healthy functioning of the brain.
Apple juice contains potassium that controls the electrical activity of the heart and manages the acid-base ratio.
Tomatoes contain folic acid that reduces depression by preventing the formation of homocysteine in the body.
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