How Do You Cook A Delicious Restaurant-Quality Spaghetti Dinner At Home?
Toss those canned and frozen spaghetti dinners in the garbage can! There’s nothing like eating a delicious traditional spaghetti dinner, and it’s much easier (and less expensive) than you may think. So lay a tablecloth on your dining room table, light a couple candles, dim the lights, and wa-la: a perfect recipe for a restaurant-quality Italian meal right in the comfort of your own home. Cook Spaghetti. Boil water in large pot and add spaghetti. After about 5 minutes, begin checking to see if it is cooked by pulling a strand out of the boiling water, cooling the strand, and tasting it. The consistency you are looking for is al dente, or slightly chewy. Cook Meats. Your meat choices are Italian sausage, ground beef (for meatsauce), or meatballs. For Italian sausage, fry in a 10- or 12-inch oiled frypan for about 15-20 minutes, turning sausages halfway through the cooking process so both sides are browned. For ground beef, brown in a frypan. For meatballs, you can either follow a recipe