Degustabox March 2018 - Easter Break - Alejandra's Life
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Degustabox March 2018 – Easter Break

April 13, 2018

Lovely Box from Degustabox on this Easter Break.

Full of new brands for us to try and other brands we already love here at home (we see you Encona!).

This March month theme was about Easter Break (of course….the sweetest holiday in the year, maybe even sweeter than Halloween?).

 

For those that doesn’t know about Degustabox:

Degustabox is a mystery food Monthly subscription box, full of novelties and goodies. Each month you will try from sweet to savoury, new products in the market that probably you wouldn’t buy, so you can have a try of them.

 

Discount code for Alejandra’s Life Readers:

Enter my Discount Code –  MXLH1 – on the register Page (here) for a whooping discount on your Degustabox – you will only pay £7.99 for the first box!!

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Inside this March Box:

 

 

My Bolognese Mince meat:

This is a very basic recipe that goes in a second here at home.

I use this recipe for any Italian dish that has mince meat: lasagna, cannelloni, Spag Bol, etc.

 

Ingredients:

  • 500gr of mince meat (or quorn mince for a vegan dish)
  • Cirio Tomato Pure
  • salt and white pepper
  • garlic and onion
  • 2 Tbsp of Olive oil
  • Oregano leaves
  • Bay leaves
  • 2 large tomatoes diced
  • 1 Oxo/Maggi cube (I prefer chicken)

 

To prepare:

  • Add the olive oil in a sauce pan
  • wash your bay leaves and add in the pan, along with the diced tomatoes and the oregano (this will release the aromas from the leaves)
  • Add the mince meat – mix and separate the meat while mixing.
  • add garlic and onion and salt and pepper, plus with Maggi or oxo cube
  • When the meat is brown, and cooked, add the Cirio Pure and leave it for at least 20 minutes in a medium fire.

If you’re doing Vegan (as I sometimes do):

Substitute the stock for a vegan stock and use either quorn mince or any mince meat substitute like dehydrated Soya or Seitan.

 

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