spaghetti pinoy style. Filipino-style spaghetti is an interesting take on an Italian classic dish. Made with banana catsup and hot dogs, it's not your ordinary bolognese! Filipino Spaghetti is the Pinoy version of Spaghetti with meat sauce.
Easy Pinoy Style Spaghetti Pinoy or Filipino style spaghetti is sweet and has the famous red hotdogs and banana catsup on it that make this spaghetti unique. The best of this sweet-sauced, hotdog-punctuated pasta in Manila. That's the main appeal of Pinoy spaghetti. You can have spaghetti pinoy style using 12 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of spaghetti pinoy style
- You need 1 box of spaghetti noodles.
- It’s 1 of spaghetti sauce pinoy style.
- You need 1 of hotdog.
- Prepare 1 of butter (1 stick).
- It’s 1 can of mushroom.
- It’s 1 of garlic.
- Prepare 1 of onion.
- You need 1 of celery.
- You need 1 of bell pepper.
- You need 1 of parmesan cheese.
- Prepare 1 of carrot.
- Prepare 1 of ground beef.
Not necessarily because it's the height of gourmet. What makes our spaghetti really Pinoy is the addition of banana ketchup, ground meat and hotdog. So why use Italian style spaghetti sauce in this recipe instead of the sweet style or just tomato sauce. Pakuluin at palambutin ang spaghetti sticks.
spaghetti pinoy style step by step
- heat butter or cooking oil in the pot.
- fry chopped garlic and onions with oil/butter and ginisa mix.
- add chopped carrots, bell pepper, celery and sliced hotdog.
- put the defrosted ground beef and mix it with all the other ingredients in the pot.
- add in the mushrooms.
- pour in the spaghetti sauce (pinoy style).
- mix until cooked.
- boil spaghetti noodles with water, oil, and garlic salt.
Jump To Recipe • Print Recipe. This recipe for every kid's favorite – Filipino Spaghetti – comes from the orphanage that I worked at for a year in Cebu. Filipino Style Spaghetti Recipe is one of the most loved foods in Filipino cuisine, it is always present in every special occasions like birthday and fiesta. Those who haven't tasted the Pinoy Spaghetti I must tell you that it may look similar to the Italian counterpart but there is a big difference, Pinoy spaghetti is sweet and extender ingredients are used. Unlike Italian spaghetti, Filipino spaghetti runs on the sweet side because of added sugar.