There are many different ways you can make a sauce for your pasta. I prefer the thick spaghetti over the thin, but there again it’s how you want to make it. I also use this recipe for goulash since I make a large batch and freeze the rest in two servings in individual freezer containers.

What do we need:

  1. One (1) package or a pound of sweet sausage.
  2. Three to four (3 to 4) pounds of ground beef.
  3. Two (2) Hunts Meat flavored sauce.
  4. One (1) sliced sweet onion.
  5. Two (2) 8 oz cans of muchrooms
  6. One (1) can of diced tomatos
  7. Minced Garlic

For the sweet Italian sausage, it can be substituted with hot Italian sausage or Kielbasa.

Start by cooking the sausage in a large saucepan. When the sausage is pretty well cooked, add in the hamburger and cover with a lid. Once the hamburger is done, you are going to want to drain off the excess juices from the hamburger. After draining, add in the two cans of hunts meat flavored sauce, two cans of mushrooms, onion sliced. some minced garlic and a can of diced tomatoes.

Allow this to simmer over a low heat uncovered, stirring it often. You will notice with it simmering for a while, it will thicken up. Now it’s ready to be served. This will make enough for around 10 to 12 servings. The way I do it is to get one to two serving freezer containers and portion some into each one and then freeze it. From that point, when I want spaghetti or goulash, I just grab a container out of the freezer and put it into the microwave for 20 minutes on pro defrost. I like my pasta fresh, so this works well for me and my dogs.

Now the way I serve it if we have the kids and grandkids over is to leave the sauce in the saucepan and when the pasta is ready, I drain it in a cullender and have everyone do an assembly line starting from young to old. They place the pasta on their plate and move over to the saucepan and put the sauce on top of the pasta. My mother-in-law would drain her pasta and put it back into the large kettle she cooked it in. She would then pour the pasta over the spaghetti and stir it all together and then serve it.

There are many different variations and my best advice is to tweak it to the point that it works for you and your family.


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