My All Time Favorite Comfort Food!

Spaghetti is one of my all time favorite meals and is an easy recipe if you are good at dumping ingredients , below is a collage of what you will need minus spices. This will make enough to feed 8 people. I cook for large groups. LOL

 

Homemade Spagetti

  1.  Cook noodles 30 minutes before serve time . Usually 15 minutes to boil water and 15 minutes to cook. Fill the pot with cold water, for the noodles, you can use whatever  noodles you like , doesn’t matter, spaghetti, fettuccine or angel hair. Your choice. The average pasta pot size is between 6 and 8 quarts, and it should be filled about 3/4 of the way or about 4-5 quarts with water for 1 pound of pasta. When water comes to a boil add noodles cook according to directions on box. When cooked dump noodles into strainer and set aside. (Sauce is usually done within an hour to two hours.
  2. Take cast iron pot  and add half stick butter. Turn to 6 on your stove. Throw all frozen veggies into a strainer and rinse off , shake off water good. Add veggies into pot , cook until tender/soft.
  3. Add in Sweet Italian Basil sausage along with ground beef. Cook until brown. Drain grease.
  4. Dump all the cans above, into the pot with the veggies and meat.
  5. Add spices –  I like to use (1) teaspoon of  salt, pepper, oregano, Italian, basil, garlic, parsley.
  6. Stir everything together well. Bring to a boil, turn down to simmer, and cook 1 to 2 hours allowing everything to blend and flavor the sauce.
  7. Serve over cooked noodles, with Parmesan cheese and parsley.

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