Mama Mancini’s provides authentic Italian products made using only real delicious ingredients. Inspired by Grandma Mancini recipes, Mama Mancini started creating these products:
- Meatballs- Turkey & Beef & Stuffed
- Slow cooked Sauces
- Stuffed Peppers
- and more!
Creating a hearty meal for my family is important especially on busy nights. Being able to spend more time with my family during the night is critical to our family. During the week we try to sit down all together for 2-3 nights because we all have such busy lives. We try to play games and talk about our week so spending all my time in the kitchen is not what I want to be doing!
When we tried Mama Mancini’s Meatballs, we were impressed. Now I bought sauce since all the other meatballs I’ve bought in the past never came with sauce… Mama Mancini’s Meatballs comes in a sauce! YES, and the sauce is so good!
So next time you need a hearty meal and have very little time please pick up Mama Mancini’s Meatballs-check out closet store HERE!
Here is another RECIPE (does take a bit more time but oh my the flavor is popping).
Daniel Mancini of Mama Mancini’s
A Bolognese sauce is a labor of love, but when this sauce is done your going to love it
- 3-tbs butter
- 1-tbs extra virgin olive oil
- 1/4-cup diced pancetta
- 3/4-cup minced onion
- 1-cup of whole milk
- 1/2-cup minced carrot
- 1/2-cup minced celery
- 2-garlic cloves minced
- 1 lb-of ground beef
- 1-cup dry white
- 2-cups crushed Italian plum tomatoes
- Pinch of grated nutmeg
- Fresh grated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese
- Heat the olive oil and butter in a heavy pot on medium heat; sauté the onion, garlic, carrots, celery, 1-tsp salt, 1/2-tsp pepper for 5 minutes.
- Add the pancetta and sauté until the fat is rendered, about 2-3 minutes
- Add the ground beef, nutmeg and using a wooden spoon, break up the meat; continue to cook until the meat is browned
- Add the milk and bring this to a slow boil; continue to cook until the milk is pretty much gone
- Add the wine, bring to a slow boil, stir and cook for 2 minutes
- Add the tomatoes and stir
- Bring this to a boil then reduce the heat to a very slow and low simmer so slow you can hardly see the sauce bubbling cook uncovered for 3-4 hours
- Stir and taste for salt along the way and adjust
- If the sauce begins to dry out, add a little water along the way. This usually happens if the heat is too high so remember, very low heat is key.
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