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The Best Spaghetti with Meat Sauce Ever!

Updated on May 11, 2011

By: Toni Tucker

Large frying pan for all that deep red rich meat sauce!
Large frying pan for all that deep red rich meat sauce!
This is delicious!
This is delicious!
Serve with garlic bread!
Serve with garlic bread!

How to Make the Most Delicious Spaghetti with Meat Sauce Ever!

Ingredients:

2 lbs ground beef, or turkey

2 medium white onions

4 tablespoons freshly ground black pepper

2 teaspoons sea salt if you have it, or table salt

1 small jar of crushed garlic

1/4 cup orange juice

Freshly grated Parmesan cheese

2 Jars spaghetti sauce with meat sauce base

2 tablespoons of Oregano freshly cut into small pieces, or you can use Oregano from the jar

1/3 cup brown sugar

1/3 cup barbecue sauce (your favorite) optional

1 small can tomato paste

1/2 cup of a rich red wine (only if you want it)

1 can diced tomatoes, or you can dice 3 tomatoes yourself if you feel like the extra work

3 tablespoons vegetable oil

2 boxes Angel Hair spaghetti (could be wheat if you like wheat) I like angel hair and wheat, less calories too.

In a large frying pan add vegetable oil. Let oil get hot, bring fire down a little, and then add ground beef or turkey. Put in all of the meat. Break it up as you add it in the pan. Add the pepper and salt, small jar of garlic, onion, and Oregano. Let simmer and cook until meat is all brown and done. Once the meat is done, transfer to a large deep stew pot. Then add orange juice, brown sugar, can of tomato sauce, enough of the spaghetti sauce to your liking, the diced tomatoes, and your favorite barbecue sauce (optional) and last but not lest, the red wine. Again, use the wine at your discretion.

Let simmer on a low fire for about 30 minutes so that all of the ingredients can mix well. Once you taste the meat sauce and it's finally to your liking, of course share the spoon with a loved one, stir occasionally and just let it simmer on a really low fire. Your spaghetti should be boiled already.

Plate spaghetti and add enough meat sauce to your liking, then, top with grated Parmesan Cheese and grated black pepper, if you want too.

Walla!

Warning, could be too good to be true, so eat up with a nice green salad if you want and some garlic cheese bread. Oh watch out now. This could be heaven on earth. Don't hurt yourself, but go for seconds if you can handle it...

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      Heavensgates 4 years ago

      I'm glad the pictures make you hungry curly-live!

      Now go try the recipe and see how the "real deal" is one thousand times better!

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      curly-live 5 years ago from Quezon City

      This is mouth watering... looking at the pictures makes me feel soooo hungry! :D

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      Heavensgates 5 years ago

      Good question Doug. It's not scientific, but it could be anywhere from 6 to 10 servings; it essentially- depends on how much you pile on your plate! Lol

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      doug 5 years ago

      with all that said and done what is the serveing count

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      Heavensgates 6 years ago

      Hi jagandelight!

      Yes, the brown sugar, red wine, a little oj, and BBQ sauce, are all of my personal try it, you'll like it, secret ingredients. You don't have to use them if you don't want to. But, just a little of each one, will make your taste buds sparkle!

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      jagandelight 6 years ago from Florida

      this sounds good, I will be trying this recipe soon and I'll let you know how it turn out because I love spaghetti and meatball.

      Is this your own personal ingredients? brown sugar, red wine, OJ, B. sauce are flavors that I would not think of adding myself but it sounds yummy.

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      Heavensgates 7 years ago

      G.T.,

      I am glad you found it delicious!

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      G.T 7 years ago

      Thanks for putting the recipe on here it was very helpful and delicious to.

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      Heavensgates 7 years ago

      G.T. thanks for the question. Add it with the other sauces, it's optional.

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      G.T 7 years ago

      When do u add the barberque sauce

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      Heavensgates 7 years ago

      Thanks RevLady for the comment.

      This is sooo delish! If you do try it, Enjoy!!!

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      RevLady 7 years ago from Lantana, Florida

      Sounds yummy. I may just give it a try.

      Forever His,