How to Make Nice Mince Meat Spagetti?

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How to Make Nice Mince Meat Spagetti?

Postby elle_yv@hotmail.com » Wed Jan 13, 2010 2:03 pm

Hi,

Can anyone advise how to make nice spagetti?

I learnt to make the mince meat spagetti from my previous Filipino maids.

Ingredients include:
- Mince meat
- sausage
- union
- Can mushroom
- Prego spagetti sauce

Pls advise steps by steps from cooking the spagetti till adding in the sauce.

Thanks in advance for valuable advice. :D

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Postby ezmum » Wed Jan 13, 2010 6:53 pm

Eh, I'm not good at this but why not google for spaggies recipes? There are many of these available. :D

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Re: How to Make Nice Mince Meat Spagetti?

Postby peterch » Wed Jan 13, 2010 7:31 pm

elle_yv@hotmail.com wrote:Hi,

Can anyone advise how to make nice spagetti?

I learnt to make the mince meat spagetti from my previous Filipino maids.

Ingredients include:
- Mince meat
- sausage
- union
- Can mushroom
- Prego spagetti sauce

Pls advise steps by steps from cooking the spagetti till adding in the sauce.

Thanks in advance for valuable advice. :D


Try to help here, :lol:
Usually my recipe as follow:
1kg mince meat
(Sausage is optional)
Onion
(U can put can mushroom, but make sure u drain the water)
1 can Delmonte Tomato Paste (Only come in small can)
About 500 ml Tomato Puree (depends how thick you want the sauce to be)
Salt to taste
Oregano (Usually I put quite a lot, almost half the small spice mc cormick bottle)

I make quite a lot of this sauce and when it is cooled, I divide into several portion and packed in plastic and then freeze them.
When kids want spaghetty, I would just cook the pasta and reheat the sauce :D

Remember, when u cook your pasta, make sure the water is boiling before you put the pasta, and put some salt in the water. Of course u put some oil after u cook the pasta so they won't get sticky

Hope this help...

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Re: How to Make Nice Mince Meat Spagetti?

Postby autumnbronze » Wed Jan 13, 2010 7:37 pm

peterch wrote:Try to help here, :lol:
Usually my recipe as follow:
1kg mince meat
(Sausage is optional)
Onion
(U can put can mushroom, but make sure u drain the water)
1 can Delmonte Tomato Paste (Only come in small can)
About 500 ml Tomato Puree (depends how thick you want the sauce to be)
Salt to taste
Oregano (Usually I put quite a lot, almost half the small spice mc cormick bottle)

I make quite a lot of this sauce and when it is cooled, I divide into several portion and packed in plastic and then freeze them.
When kids want spaghetty, I would just cook the pasta and reheat the sauce :D

Remember, when u cook your pasta, make sure the water is boiling before you put the pasta, and put some salt in the water. Of course u put some oil after u cook the pasta so they won't get sticky

Hope this help...


Hi,

I make the sauce from scratch. And yes, oregano is a must either fresh from cold storage or as peterch mentioned, from Mc cormick. I use red wine/red cooking wine to add into the sauce after I have added the meat. But of course, if you are cooking for kids, then must omit lah :D

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Postby schweppes » Wed Jan 13, 2010 9:44 pm

This is what I usually do:

1. Minced beef (marinated with soy sauce, pepper and red wine if u want a more intense flavour) ; bacon (optional)
2. Heinz Roasted Capsicum and Tomato Soup (don't quite fancy the canned tomato paste version)
3. Fresh mushroom (button or portebello) (again, not keen to use canned mushrooms)
4. Fresh herbs - oregano or rosemary - i buy from Cold Storage
5. Garlic
6. Olive oil
7. Red wine - started adding red wine when kids went to primary sch. Not too much tho (abt 2 or 3 tablespoon)

Heat olive oil, fry garlic, sliced mushroom and add bacon if you want extra flavouring. Stir in the marinated minced beef. Pour in the canned tomato soup. As the sauce starts to boil, add the herbs (rosemary or oregano)

Yummy... one of my kids fave dishes!! :lol:
Enjoy :drool:

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Postby autumnbronze » Wed Jan 13, 2010 10:09 pm

schweppes wrote:This is what I usually do:

1. Minced beef (marinated with soy sauce, pepper and red wine if u want a more intense flavour) ; bacon (optional)
2. Heinz Roasted Capsicum and Tomato Soup (don't quite fancy the canned tomato paste version)
3. Fresh mushroom (button or portebello) (again, not keen to use canned mushrooms)
4. Fresh herbs - oregano or rosemary - i buy from Cold Storage
5. Garlic
6. Olive oil
7. Red wine - started adding red wine when kids went to primary sch. Not too much tho (abt 2 or 3 tablespoon)

Heat olive oil, fry garlic, sliced mushroom and add bacon if you want extra flavouring. Stir in the marinated minced beef. Pour in the canned tomato soup. As the sauce starts to boil, add the herbs (rosemary or oregano)

Yummy... one of my kids fave dishes!! :lol:
Enjoy :drool:


Ha ha Schweppes,

'cept for no 2, everything else ditto!!! :celebrate: :D

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Postby schweppes » Wed Jan 13, 2010 11:28 pm

autumnbronze wrote:Ha ha Schweppes,

'cept for no 2, everything else ditto!!! :celebrate: :D


heh heh heh... looks like we have mucho similar tastes! books, lifestyle, food... pun intended! 8)

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Re: How to Make Nice Mince Meat Spagetti?

Postby elle_yv@hotmail.com » Thu Jan 14, 2010 10:00 am

peterch wrote:
elle_yv@hotmail.com wrote:Hi,

Can anyone advise how to make nice spagetti?

I learnt to make the mince meat spagetti from my previous Filipino maids.

Ingredients include:
- Mince meat
- sausage
- union
- Can mushroom
- Prego spagetti sauce

Pls advise steps by steps from cooking the spagetti till adding in the sauce.

Thanks in advance for valuable advice. :D


Try to help here, :lol:
Usually my recipe as follow:
1kg mince meat
(Sausage is optional)
Onion
(U can put can mushroom, but make sure u drain the water)
1 can Delmonte Tomato Paste (Only come in small can)
About 500 ml Tomato Puree (depends how thick you want the sauce to be)
Salt to taste
Oregano (Usually I put quite a lot, almost half the small spice mc cormick bottle)

I make quite a lot of this sauce and when it is cooled, I divide into several portion and packed in plastic and then freeze them.
When kids want spaghetty, I would just cook the pasta and reheat the sauce :D

Remember, when u cook your pasta, make sure the water is boiling before you put the pasta, and put some salt in the water. Of course u put some oil after u cook the pasta so they won't get sticky

Hope this help...


Hi Peterch,

The tomato puree that you mentioned = Pasta Source is it ?

I used Prego Pasta Source (Traditional/Original flavour). Just check what type of pasta source to use for mince meat will be nice, e.g seafood/mushroom/traditional type?

Beside, I need to prepare the pasta for about 20 pax on this Sunday lunch, and I prefer the pasta noodle mix together with the source cause my DD preference. How to keep the pasta warm for about 1 hour before having it?

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Postby caroline3sg » Thu Jan 14, 2010 10:24 am

schweppes wrote:This is what I usually do:

1. Minced beef (marinated with soy sauce, pepper and red wine if u want a more intense flavour) ; bacon (optional)
2. Heinz Roasted Capsicum and Tomato Soup (don't quite fancy the canned tomato paste version)
3. Fresh mushroom (button or portebello) (again, not keen to use canned mushrooms)
4. Fresh herbs - oregano or rosemary - i buy from Cold Storage
5. Garlic
6. Olive oil
7. Red wine - started adding red wine when kids went to primary sch. Not too much tho (abt 2 or 3 tablespoon)

Heat olive oil, fry garlic, sliced mushroom and add bacon if you want extra flavouring. Stir in the marinated minced beef. Pour in the canned tomato soup. As the sauce starts to boil, add the herbs (rosemary or oregano)

Yummy... one of my kids fave dishes!! :lol:
Enjoy :drool:



I would like to ask, why must heat olive oil? I was told olive oil is not meant to undergo heat. Instead to mix with the spaggetti after boiled to prevent sticking.

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Re: How to Make Nice Mince Meat Spagetti?

Postby peterch » Thu Jan 14, 2010 11:13 am

elle_yv@hotmail.com wrote:
peterch wrote:
elle_yv@hotmail.com wrote:Hi,

Can anyone advise how to make nice spagetti?

I learnt to make the mince meat spagetti from my previous Filipino maids.

Ingredients include:
- Mince meat
- sausage
- union
- Can mushroom
- Prego spagetti sauce

Pls advise steps by steps from cooking the spagetti till adding in the sauce.

Thanks in advance for valuable advice. :D


Try to help here, :lol:
Usually my recipe as follow:
1kg mince meat
(Sausage is optional)
Onion
(U can put can mushroom, but make sure u drain the water)
1 can Delmonte Tomato Paste (Only come in small can)
About 500 ml Tomato Puree (depends how thick you want the sauce to be)
Salt to taste
Oregano (Usually I put quite a lot, almost half the small spice mc cormick bottle)

I make quite a lot of this sauce and when it is cooled, I divide into several portion and packed in plastic and then freeze them.
When kids want spaghetty, I would just cook the pasta and reheat the sauce :D

Remember, when u cook your pasta, make sure the water is boiling before you put the pasta, and put some salt in the water. Of course u put some oil after u cook the pasta so they won't get sticky

Hope this help...


Hi Peterch,

The tomato puree that you mentioned = Pasta Source is it ?

I used Prego Pasta Source (Traditional/Original flavour). Just check what type of pasta source to use for mince meat will be nice, e.g seafood/mushroom/traditional type?

Beside, I need to prepare the pasta for about 20 pax on this Sunday lunch, and I prefer the pasta noodle mix together with the source cause my DD preference. How to keep the pasta warm for about 1 hour before having it?


Tomato puree is not the as tomato sauce. It is thick but not as smooth as tomato sauce. Can't remember the brand. I'll check the brand :D

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