I will begin my review with a quote from my UPS driver who delivered a package to the door, just as I put the last spice into the sauce. He said, “What is that cooking? It smells YUUUM YUUUUM!” I could just end it there but I will go ahead and share some of my experience. Since I was going to be home and my meat was frozen, I decided that starting dinner could wait until later, and then I could brown the meat, I could brown the veggies, I could add the sauce, I could add the meat, and simmer on the stove for a few hours, all in the one same pan. I know the purpose is probably suppose to be to let it cook together slowly all day and not worry about it, but I figured if I was going to dirty a pan to brown the stuff, I would just finish cooking it in the same pan. There was a lot of sauce but this is a positive thing since I served it with spaghetti noodles. This was certainly delicious and I sure wouldn’t contradict a recipe from an Italian, but I do believe that for my own personal preference and the way that I like to cook (and clean up) if I use the slow cooker, I will just put it all in at one time. And the slow cooker would be the way to go if I didn’t have time to tend to it on the stove but it did turn out ma’ velous on the stove. I served it with a Romaine salad and some garlic bread made from some homemade bread I had baked yesterday (I know! I was shocked too!) Anyways, wonderful meal. Thank you for sharing.
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I will begin my review with a quote from my UPS driver who delivered a package to the door,...