Spaghetti Pinoy-style


1 kl. spaghetti pasta
1/2 kl. ground beef
1/2 kl. ground pork
1/4 kl. hotdog cut into small pieces
1 kg. sweet spaghetti sauce
or if not sweetened just put a little sugar
1 medium size onion
1 48 gms. size cheese grated
1 pc medium size bell pepper cut into small pieces
salt and pepper powder to taste
1 bay leaf or laurel leaf


Cook pasta in a boiling water, add a pinch of salt to taste and 1 tbsp. of cooking oil, about 15-20 minute, to test the pasta get 1 pc. and bite, must not be too soft or too hard, remove from heat and drain the water, to prevent from getting soggy.
Saute garlic and onion in butter, cook until onion is transparent, do not burn the garlic just slightly brown it. Add the ground beef and pork and bell pepper, stir, then add 1 cup of water, cook till the color change or for a least 10 minutes, then add the spaghetti sauce and hotdog keep stirring from time to time to prevent it from sticking into the bottom of the pan. Add half of the grated cheese to the sauce, bay leaf, salt and pepper to taste, add a little sugar if needed, cook for another 10 minutes.

Serving style:

In a big plate put the pasta and pour the sauce and put grated cheese on top.
Another way is mixing the pasta into the sauce while in the pan and cook for a few minutes to sip in the sauce into the pasta, then serve by putting the grated cheese on top.


You can also add meatballs instead of hotdog or both
then to make it more healthier you can add shredded carrot while cooking the sauce


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HAVENLEI said...

kids love the spaghetti pinoy-style!

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NovaS said...

since i move here in Us, i really missed the pinoy version of our spaghetti made. thanks for sharing the recipe...

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