Filipino Spaghetti Recipe

Filipino Style Spaghetti is a Filipino version of spaghetti characterized by a thick sweet tomato meat sauce incorporating hotdogs and/or sausages. This is a typical dish seen on small/big occasions and/or gatherings.

Pinoy Style Spaghetti With Bread

Filipino Spaghetti Ingredients:

* 1 kg. spaghetti noodles

* 1/2 kg. ground beef

* 1/2 kg. ground pork

* 1/4 kg. hotdogs, diagonally sliced

* 1 kg. tomato sauce

* 3 pieces laurel leaves (bay leaves)

* 1/4 cup brown or white sugar

* 2 green bell peppers, diced

* 2 onions, chopped

* 1 head garlic, minced

* 3 tablespoons of cooking oil

* 1 cup of water

* Salt and pepper to taste

* 1/2 cup grated cheese

Filipino Spaghetti Cooking Instructions:

1). Cook spaghetti noodles according to package instructions.

2). In a sauce pan or wok, sauté garlic and onions in cooking oil.

3). Add ground beef, ground pork, laurel leaves, bell pepper and a cup of water. Bring to a boil and let simmer for 10 minutes.

4). Add tomato sauce, salt and pepper to taste then let simmer for another 10 minutes.

5). Add brown sugar and hotdogs. Continue to simmer for an additional 5 minutes.

6). Serve with the cooked spaghetti noodles and grated cheese on top.

Note: Image may vary with the end result of this recipe.

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15 thoughts on “Filipino Spaghetti Recipe

  1. Food Safety Training

    I love spaghetti since I was a child. My mom always cooks me, my brothers and my sister whenever it's our birthday or other special occasions that needs celebrating. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Now I can cook for my mom.

  2. MaryJane Tauyan

    i miss my moms filipino recipe of this one! she makes it a little more bit spicy for me though. i love spicy foods! hehe here in singapore we do it italian sauce with wine and a very long process. Though we can have just the ready made in a bottle already! xx

  3. tatess

    I can't make a good Filipino spaghetti, probably because i ma use to the American or Italian style. Being married to a foreigner, he is not used to sweet spaghetti with sausage that we Filipinos usually make.

  4. Alwin Aguirre

    Suddenly remembered Jollibee's spaghetti, haha! I think that's the only place I go to for Pinoy-style spaghetti. I never cooked this kind of spaghetti, not that I don't love it. It just feel like I'm cooking for the kids whenever I do

  5. Ness

    Spaghetti is part of the filipino lives already and my grocery list every month. haha! And people now are more adventurous in terms of the sauces being use on their pasta.

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