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Chop up the carrot, celery and onion together and fry

If you prefer, you can use tinned tomatoes instead of tomato paste!
The Italian word for Bolognese sauce is ‘ragù’ which comes from the French ‘ragoût’ meaning ‘stew’. The transformation of the word from French to Italian occurred during the fascist period, when you did not admit to the use of non-Italian words. So the term ‘ragutto’ became widespread in Italy, but it soon fell into disuse in favour of the now-famous ‘ragù’.


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