Flaming Red Bolognese

Flaming Red Bolognese

Bolognese covered with a meat sauce. The beautiful, authentic flavors take you on a culinary adventure from the first bite to the last.

Classic early-game restorative food and Lisa Minci’s signature dish, bolognese combines classic pasta flavors with a zesty tomato and pork sauce to make for a hearty meal that doesn’t weigh down the enjoyer – predominantly due to using tomatoes and herbs in place of an oil-saturated marinara sauce. Named after Bologna – the town that it was originally made in.

In this recipe guide, we’ll walk through our take on this timeless classic – it’s a surefire method for hitting your second wind in the toughest of real-life boss fights! (such as dealing with your annoying in-laws)

About the Author

This recipe was contributed by Victor Tuszing, of Homemade Recipes from Scratch. Launched in 2017, the focus of his cooking has been to traverse the field of taking much-loved traditional recipes and converting them over into more simplified versions that can be readily cooked in-home, from scratch ingredients that most people have ready access to. We’re pretty grateful to him that he’s allowed us to feature his bolognese recipe here on Sons of Dvalin.

For more information about Victor and his homestyle cooking, visit his website at HomemadeRecipesFromScratch.com.

Country of Origin: Italy

Does not contain nuts.

This recipe is relatively easy to make.


Ground pork
Ground beef
Sunflower oil
Yellow onions
Tomato broth
Tomatoes (not Roma)
Grated cheese
Ground black pepper


3 lbs
1 lb
2 tbsp
1.5 ea
3 pints
2 ea, peeled and sliced
1 tsp, dried
1 tsp, dried
16 oz
6 oz, of your choice
To taste
To taste

Dishes & Tools

Deep cooking pan
Large sauce pan
Medium cutting knife
Stirring spoon
Vegetable peeler
Large ladle

Cooking & Preparation

  1. Put the ground meats in the cooking pan, along with 1 tbsp of the sunflower oil, and fry over high heat on the stovetop until browned. Break apart the meat into fine pieces with your stirring spoon as you do so.
  2. Finely chop the onions and place them over the meat after about 5 minutes of frying, and continue cooking.
  3. Season the meats with salt and black pepper to taste.
  4. Add the tomato broth and sliced tomato to the meat, followed with the oregano and basil, and mix.
  5. Reduce heat to medium, and boil until the liquid level in the pan lowers and the mixture becomes slightly viscous. This usually takes about 45 minutes; the meat will be very tender by this time.
  6. Turn the heat off and let the sauce rest for 10-15 minutes before serving.
  7. Boil spaghetti of your choice in the sauce pan, following the directions on the packaging until cooked.
  8. Drain the water from the pasta, and split into 4 portions on serving plates.
  9. Put 1-2 ladles of Bolognese sauce over the spaghetti on each plate (to taste).
  10. Sprinkle grated cheese, and wait for about 5 minutes before serving to slightly melt the cheese.
  11. Serves 4.

Closing Note

It’s our hope that you’ve found this recipe to be helpful and enjoyable. Part of what makes the Genshin Impact experience unique for a number of people in our community is the ability to use it to profitable ends in our lives outside of the game, and cooking plays a pleasant role in this effort.

We welcome comments or constructive feedback if additions or corrections can be made to to this content. Feel free to drop us a note with your thoughts.


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