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Easy recipe to make for a large group of hungry people. I substituted mushrooms for quartered artichoke hearts and browned the sausage separately as the first step, then sauteed the onion, garlic and peppers in a small bit of the reserved fat from the sausage. From there it was just a matter of adding everything else and letting it simmer. A new favorite for our house.
I didn't have any cans of tomato sauce or tomato paste but I did have diced tomatos and spaghetti sauce. Didn't have any mushrooms or cheese but this turned out pretty great. I'd give it a five if I liked spaghetti more but I don't its just what I had to make.
I added about two teaspoons of sugar because it was a bit too tangy for my taste. My son liked it fine before the added sugar. The best part about this recipe was that it was a little different from our usual spaghetti.
My husband loved it! I read the other reviews before making it. I didn't add olives. I chopped up a tomato and added it. I followed the recipe more of less and it was delicious. I have leftovers.. can't wait because I know it will taste even better the next day!!
SUPER GOOD AND TASTY. As we re Chinese family we seldom eat western. However when my dad who usually dislike spaghetti tasted it he said it is Super tasty and he said in the future if I ever made spaghetti he would like it by this recipe.
This is a nice change from my usual sauce that comes in a jar. I used crushed tomatoes and tomato paste for the base and added 1 pound of ground beef and a small package frozen green,red and yellow pepper strips. We now have leftovers for 2 nights with the amount of spaghetti and meat sauce. I served this with crusty bread and a good red table wine.
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