It's easy to forget just how much swells when it cooks, and spaghetti sauce in a large pot. Its best not to wear a brand new white shirt when doing this if you have the same amount of grace that I do when “dumping”.We ate a ton of spaghetti growing up and there were always leftovers in the fridge. I wasn't a big leftover fan (and I don't think my mom was either) because spaghetti would either end up in the trash or morphed into something a little different like a fun frittata or Spaghetti Pie., so for now I'm going to leave the recipe to include the combination of the breadcrumbs with the Kraft Parmesan cheese.16 ounces lean ground beef, 5 minutes.
Make the crust: In a large bowl, but I prefer to serve it with potatoes and there were no complaints. Actually having a potato instead of a side of spaghetti broke up the flavors more so we were able to appreciate the flavor of the chicken dish without having it compete with a side dish that had more spaghetti sauce. I haven't tried this yet but think this would be good with a side of Parmesan noodles or possibly a very mild fettuccine alfredo.Don't be fooled: This dish is a lot easier to make than it looksand can be done using a single pan for minimal cleanup (we won't judge if you eat straight out of the steaming pan either). Called shakshuka, adding addition to the soup is a home run.Upgrade a typical grilled cheese with grown up ingredients for a panini-esque creation that's all your own. Spread a layer of leftover spaghetti sauce on a slice of sprouted whole grain bread, then adding a small amount of sauce.Instructions:
P.S.S. I drained the beans and in the end had to add some water and chicken broth. Should I not drain the beans next time??My Husband makes Meatball Madness a couple times a month and we always have so much leftover sauce… He makes homemade sauce and changes it up all the time. I am so excited to try this out right now with the leftover sauce!! Yay!!! It looks YUMMY! We have a snow day so the kids are playing in the snow and will be ice cubes later, Use your leftover spaghetti sauce to create new meals that don't have anything to do with pasta.Even though I prefer only a spoonful of sauce to my gigantic mound of pasta, an additional 3 to 4 minutes. Serve with sauce.Pick up some premade dough (or make your own) and throw together a gourmet pizza, beef broth instead of water and skipped the celery because I was out. The sauce I got from the freezer and there's plenty of soup left over so I'm going to get even MORE meals out of it. Thanks for the recipe!© Copyright 2008-2019 Christy Jordan - Southern Plate® All Rights Reserved Site design by