How to Make Quick Spaghetti and Meatballs
The most classic Italian-American recipe: spaghetti and meatballs. Learn how to make this quick dish for busy nights.
Hey everyone! I'm Judith with recipe.com and today we are gonna be showing you how to make a Quick Spaghetti and Meatballs, a classic Italian-American recipe. So, what you'll need is 1 package of spaghetti which we've cooked and drained, 1 jar of meat-flavored pasta sauce-- I'm using Prego today, and we have 2 tablespoons of grated Parmesan cheese, and we have 16 precooked, unfrozen meatballs. So, what we're gonna do is get our large sauce pan and we're gonna put it to medium-heat and place in our Prego sauce, just like so. It's a really confident and indulgent a-- indulgent meal. I just love it. So, once that's going, we're gonna add in our meatballs very simply. Add them all in and get them covered by the sauce. Alright, we're gonna give that a little stir. Good, so we'll give that a little stir and make sure all the sauce is covering the meatballs and we're gonna let that simmer for 20 minutes until the meat is cooked through. Well, it's been about 20 minutes and that has simmered nicely and that just smells gorgeous. If there was camera's smell, you would just love it. So, well got to have-- mix that in and we're just going to place it over our pre-prepared cooked spaghetti. Oh, and look at that, what an indulgent feeling, flavorful dish and that's gonna serve the whole family and probably more. And then, last but not the least, we'll put over our Parmesan cheese and that is just gonna make it taste gorgeous. Wow! And there you have it, a feeling and flavorful Quick Spaghetti and Meatballs. Well, thanks for watching everyone. For more great recipes and savings, go to the recipe.com.
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