The Making of Spaghetti – Part 4

This post follows on from The Making of Spaghetti – Part 1The Making of Spaghetti – Part 2 and The Making of Spaghetti – Part 3 and, as promised, is not only the final in this series, but is also where I have tested how I cook the sauce against the recipe I wrote.

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Ah yes, Dean and I enjoyed spag bol for dinner last night and I managed to take several photos as I ensured my written recipe actually matched what I do in the kitchen when making it.  You’ll see, I even remembered the red wine and, for a change, it did get into the food.

The Photographic Evidence

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I am really pleased to say, the written word match the process to a T.

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Not the best photo, but my little Christmas Angels as so cute (see the pair of socks?). This was Dean’s bowl, and that’s homemade garlic bread on the side.  It looks bigger than it actually was.

Sometimes I dice the vegetables much smaller than I did yesterday but will admit, it really doesn’t matter because when simmered long enough, more often than not, they will break down and ‘become one’ with the sauce.

I was on my way out last night, so it was up to Dean to ‘dish up’ the remaining sauce and put it into the freezer.  He managed three dishes – so that’s four meals for us from this recipe.  That makes it a budget meal in my books.

I love making this meal and have enjoyed sharing it here on my blog.

Don’t forget to come back and let me know your thoughts should you choose to accept my challenge and try it for yourself.

I’ve finished working on a printable version of my recipe.  You can download it here, or by visiting my Recipes page.

Author: Clare

Ever-expanding one star at a time, my cosmos is a galaxy of thoughts and creativity where you can find poetry, short stories, photography and so much more.

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