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Lovers of more traditional Italian spaghetti and meat sauce may cringe a bit when they see this at first, but don’t worry: you can love your original spaghetti recipe and still find plenty to enjoy about this Wild West Spaghetti. This dish can be ready in about half an hour, meaning you can find time for it on even your more hectic days.
I do love the version of traditional spaghetti meat sauce that Mother used to make, and I still do make it frequently. It’s good for when you have a fair bit of free time to make something that will provide a meal or two a day for several days. You do have to be patient with it, though. This Wild West spaghetti works much better if you are in a particular rush or if you just want to mix things up a bit from the traditional.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Taste and Tell
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Quick tip: Adjust the amount of hot sauce to your liking.