Are you looking for a delicious, healthy meal to whip up in no time? Look no further!

This step-by-step guide will show you how to make an easy and tasty ground sirloin bolognese with riced cauliflower and carrots.

In as little as 30 minutes, you can have a nutritious and flavorful meal ready to serve.

Ground Sirloin Bolognese

Let’s get started!

Prep the Ingredients

The first step is to gather all the ingredients you’ll need for this recipe. You’ll need

  • one pound of ground sirloin
  • two cups of riced cauliflower (rice your own or pre-riced frozen)
  • one cup sliced carrots
  • 1/4 cup chopped onion
  • garlic minced (to taste)
  • one tablespoon of fresh or dried oregano
  • half a teaspoon of salt and pepper each
  • two tablespoons of olive oil
  • one cup of diced tomatoes
  • one tablespoon of tomato paste (for thickening)
  • white wine (optional)

The Bolognese Sauce

Making a delicious Bolognese sauce doesn’t need to be an intimidating task. With just a few simple ingredients and a bit of patience, you can whip up an amazing Italian classic right in your very own kitchen!

Start by heating some olive oil in a large pot and sautéing diced onions until they start to soften.

To complete the sauce, pour in canned tomatoes, seasonings, white wine and basil leaves before simmering for at least 30 minutes. TIP: the longer it cooks, the more flavorful it will become.

The Ground Sirloin

Heat a large skillet over medium heat with olive oil.

Once heated add your ground sirloin along with the onions, garlic, red peppers, oregano, salt and pepper.

Cook until browned throughout.

Be sure to break up any big chunks as it cooks so that everything is evenly distributed throughout the pan.

Btw, have you heard about the health benefits of oregano?

The Carrots

– Stove top:

  • bring a pot of salted water to a boil before adding your carrots
  • boil until they reach desired softness – this should only take a few minutes as sliced carrots cook quickly
  • once tender to your liking, drain and discard the boiling liquid
  • heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat before adding your cooked carrots
  • stir in butter or olive oil with salt and pepper for flavor if desired
  • stir occasionally until the sliced carrots are lightly browned.

– Oven Roasted:

A fantastic way to cook veggies is by roasting them in the oven.

  • preheat the oven at 375 degrees Fahrenheit
  • lightly prep a baking sheet with olive oil (or butter)
  • spread the carrots out on top
  • season with some herbs for an extra burst of flavor
  • bake for about 15 minutes until they are tender and slightly golden

You’ll be left with yummy roasted carrots that even picky eaters will enjoy!

Riced Cauliflower

Riced cauliflower is having a moment – and for good reason! Not only is it incredibly delicious, but it’s also surprisingly easy to make.

All you need is one head of cauliflower, a chef’s knife, and a food processor. (Optionally, you can use frozen riced cauliflower and cook per instructions on the package.)

When preparing the vegetable, be sure to remove the tough core from the florets – then simply toss them into your food processor and pulse until they resemble grains of rice.

Voila! In no time flat, you’ll have yourself some flavorful riced cauliflower that can be added to anywhere you would usually put rice in a recipe. It might not sound revolutionary but trust us – this vibrant veggie side is definitely worth trying out.

Serving Ground Sirloin Bolognese

While you could stir it all together and serve, I prefer this deliciousness in a bowl, half with ground beef and bolognese mixed together, carrots atop, and the riced cauliflower on the side.

However you decide to serve it, it works!

And there you have it!

A delicious bolognese made with ground sirloin served with riced cauliflower and carrots makes for a simple yet nutritious meal perfect for weeknight dinners or lunch ideas alike!

Best part in can be ready to serve in as little as 30 minutes from start to finish, though the longer the bolognese simmers, the tastier it gets.  Either way, you can satisfy your craving without spending too much time in the kitchen!