Saturday, 14 July 2012

Spaghetti with Tomato sauce

So i woke up hungry thinking of what to whip up in the kitchen. In the end, i decided to make spaghetti with tomato sauce and that's because i had a left over chicken stock sitting in the refrigerator calling out to me to use it quickly :D. The only thing left to do was to Make the sauce and then boil the spaghetti (As easy as ABC)....Shikena!.
Ingredients:
*Tomatoes(Several)
*Yellow pepper
*4 medium sized Onions
*Red hot peppers (chili and Red bell pepper i.e Tatashe)
*Groundnut oil/Olive oil
*Garlic 
*Thyme & curry
*Spaghetti
*Seasoning
*Beef stock
*Butter
*Salt


Procedure: For the Spaghetti
1. Bring the water to a boil. Add a lil' olive oil and salt, then the spaghetti.

2. It takes between 10 to 12minutes to get ready.

3. Drain the remaining water in the spaghetti in a sieve and rinse with cold water(while in the sieve).
4. Put the saucepan back onto the burner and add butter.

5. Once the butter melts, put the spaghetti back into the saucepan and heat them up whilst turning them.
6. Don't worry, it'd turn out really tasty and it won't stick together

Procedure: For theTomato Sauce
1. Peel the onions, Garlic and wash with the tomatoes, chilies and yellow pepper

2. Blend them all together to form a puree adding little water at intervals to loosen

3. Pour the tomato puree in a pot and heat for about 15minutes till the water dries up (watch it carefully so it doesn't get burnt)

4. Pour in your the groundnut oil and fry for about 5minutes

5. Add your beef stock, Thyme & curry, Seasoning and Salt then leave to boil for another 7mins

6. Turn off the burner and leave the sauce to cool then serve with your already boiled spaghetti
Bon Appetite ;)

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7 comments:

  1. Anonymous3:52 pm

    I'm salivating jst lookin at d picture...I eat it a lot but neva tried d one with butter.I guess ill hav to try it now.by the way kip up d gud work

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  2. Many commercial tomato pastes are also made by removing the skins and seeds from tomatoes. However, instead of being left to dry in the sun, they are cooked down to form a thick paste. These types of tomato paste can still be quite good, but they do vary in quality and flavor from brand to brand.

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  3. Anonymous10:46 pm

    Treasure! It's you!

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