How to make it

  • Cook ground beef, onion and garlic until ground beef is browned in a large skillet.
  • Drain off grease.
  • While ground meat is frying, prepare spagetti according to box directions.
  • Add spaghetti sauce to meat mixture and let simmer aout 8 minutes.
  • Drain spaghetti when done and put in a large serving bowl.
  • After meat sauce mixture has simmered slowly pour over spaghetti, stir then enjoy.
  • I serve with garlic toast and a salad.

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  • notyourmomma 10 years ago
    Honey, this is comfort food and just what I reach for when I'm tired and need a yummy supper for my family. NO apologies needed. This is a great post and I'm sure close to what a lot of make when we want something good to eat. It doesn't have to be fancy schmancy, at all.
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  • cabincrazyone 10 years ago
    My wife and I do the pre-made sauce quite often. Once in a while we'll roll up some meatballs and fry 'em up to throw in the pot .... or I'll buy pre-cooked italian sausage, cut it into two inch chunks and throw it in the sauce. Slap butter, garlic powder, italian seasoning and parmesan on some buns and slide it under the broiler. Pretty hard to beat.
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    " It was excellent "
    rosemaryblue ate it and said...
    This recipe made me hungry for spaghetti! So with a little help from Hunt's I made the most delicious, simple and easy spaghetti! And I am so looking forward to the "leftovers" today. When the Italian lady told me Hunt's was what she used, that proved to be some of the best cooking news I ever heard!! :)
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  • debbie919 10 years ago
    Gem, I'm a hillbilly too, and this is exactly how I make my spaghetti! Also use the Hunt's brand - it's just the best to me...thanks for the great post!
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  • dixiediner 10 years ago
    Don't worry 'bout using premade sauce. Lots of Italians here in Louisiana do the same! I make mine basically the same way. I've never used the Hunt's sauce but I will try it next time. :-)
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    " It was excellent "
    rosemaryblue ate it and said...
    One day I was in the grocery store, and an older Italian lady was reaching down for the Hunt's Traditional Sauce, and she looked up and me and said, "this is the best, I used to make my own until I discovered this, and if I want to add any more seasonings, I do, but most of the time this is just perfect!" I think Hunt's is an excellent choice! Thanks for sharing. :)
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  • henrie 10 years ago
    Hey nothing wrong with that, if you can take a short cut with a sauce already made and add your own touch to it, go for it. I do the same thing when I don't want to make it from scratch or if I don't have the time. Great post.
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