Jollibee Style Spaghetti
You will never fail in this one. Almost every Filipino household loves this meryenda dish. And you can also start small with it. This may be a good start. I know someone who started with just selling spaghetti and ended up running a karinderya or food stall. You will really never know until you try doing it.
You know spaghetti well. You have this when you were a child until now. Do you like eating Jollibee spaghetti? Spaghetti, a traditional Italian cuisine, is a long, thin, solid cylindrical pasta. It is frequently served with tomato sauce or meat or vegetables. A bit of trivia. Do you know that spaghetti is the plural form of the Italian word spaghetto, which means thin string or twine? Isn’t that what we commonly see with cooked spaghetti, intertwined pasta?
Spaghetti pasta is made from ground grain and water. Although you can make your own with a pasta machine, many commercial brands are now available. No need to toil in preparing this dish. It is very convenient to prepare ingredients and come up with a delightful spaghetti. Spaghetti should be better cooked al dente or fully cooked but still firm to the bite. When boiling spaghetti pasta, do not forget to add in salt and oil. Ask your mom or grandmom why if you don’t know such practice.
In the Philippines, our Filipino-style spaghetti is a creative twist of the classic Italian dish. It is commonly sweet with banana catsup. When trying to save some costs, corned beef is used instead of minced harm or ground pork. Have you done that before? This recipe here uses tomato sauce and paste and hotdogs, which the kids love. Although you cannot cook well, you will not fail if you will follow this recipe. Give it a try.
- 500 grams Spaghetti Pasta
- 250 grams ground pork
- ¼ cup ketchup
- ¼ cup tomato sauce
- ⅛ cup tomato paste
- 5 pcs hotdog
- 1 pc onion
- 4 cloves (chopped garlic)
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp seasoning granules
- ¼ cup water
- 3 tbsp sugar
- 1 tsp pepper
- Cheese for toppoings
- Water for boiling pasta
- Oil for saute
- Put 1 tsp. Salt in boiling water and pasta noodles.
- Cook the pasta according to its label and put in ice water to avoid overcooking.
- Heat the pan with oil, and saute the garlic, onion until translucent.
- Add the ground pork, stir it well.
- Add the sliced hotdog and stir until the hotdog and ground pork are cooked.
- Add the tomato paste, ¼ cup water, tomato sauce and tomato ketchup.
- Add the water, seasoned with 1 tsp. salt, pepper, seasoning granules and 3 tbsp. sugar.
- Stir it well and give it a taste according to your taste bud.
- Adjust the taste if you want it.
- Stir it frequently to avoid burning, slow fire only.
- If it's thickened, turn off the heat and the sauce is ready.
- Serve with your favorite pasta. Enjoy
- Add extra cheese