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« Topic Start: January 03, 2011, 06:24:24 pm »

Mm Ive made this twice in the last week. The kids and I LOVE it Cheesy Mmm

Meatless version, that I make
http://www.meatlessmama.com/2009/06/vegetarian-spaghetti-pie.html

Meaty version
http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Spaghetti-Pie-III/Detail.aspx
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« Reply #1: March 14, 2011, 05:34:39 pm »

Mm Ive made this twice in the last week. The kids and I LOVE it Cheesy Mmm

Meatless version, that I make
http://www.meatlessmama.com/2009/06/vegetarian-spaghetti-pie.html

Meaty version
http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Spaghetti-Pie-III/Detail.aspx

I'll have to give something like this a try. My husband has marked it as something he'd like, and Fried Spaghetti is a favorite here. I have a son who will not touch regular spaghetti with a ten-foot-pole (or a fork! LOL) but he'll eat Fried Spaghetti, and I wonder if he wouldn't love spaghetti pie?
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« Reply #2: March 15, 2011, 02:19:15 am »

I'll have to give something like this a try. My husband has marked it as something he'd like, and Fried Spaghetti is a favorite here. I have a son who will not touch regular spaghetti with a ten-foot-pole (or a fork! LOL) but he'll eat Fried Spaghetti, and I wonder if he wouldn't love spaghetti pie?

What is Fried Spaghetti? I've never heard of it before.

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« Reply #3: March 15, 2011, 08:23:24 pm »

What is Fried Spaghetti? I've never heard of it before.


It's pretty simple, a way to prepare leftover spaghetti. I prefer it to regular spaghetti, myself. You have leftover spaghetti with a tomato sauce. You melt butter in a skillet, and saute some chopped garlic, and onion if you like it, until it's soft.Toss the room temp. spaghetti with cheese (mozzarella, asiago, parmesan, romano, provalone, and any combination of these work well) and spices (oregano, basil, parsley, etc) and add to the buttery garlic in the pan. We also like to add some red pepper, for heat. Stir in some milk (or cream) to make a creamy cheesy tomato sauce, and cook over medium heat until it's melty and hot.

Super quick and easy. You can add ground beef, leftover chicken, green peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms, pesto - anything you think would be good in it. Everything is "to taste."

I'm sure there are recipes for it, but we just cobble ours together this way, and it doesn't matter really what ingredients you use, which ones you leave out, what order you add them (although it is best to saute the garlic BEFORE adding the pasta) -- you can mix everything together right in the skillet if you want.


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