Spaghetti Bolognese is probably one of the most well known household dishes in Europe, but despite its popularity it isn’t a true Italian dish. In the Bologna region of Italy, Bolognese (or ragù) is normally served with tagliatelle because spaghetti hails from Naples in Campania. Food historians believe that the combination of tomato sauce with mince and spaghetti is a British/American interpretation of Ragu alla Bologna.
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