Star asked me what’s so dang good about MY spaghetti. This stuff is craved by people all over Ohio. The funny thing is that it’s cheap and easy! So, I decided to post the recipe. Seriously, folks, it’s so simple.
I boil water (duh). When I add the noodles (usually vermicelli or thin spaghetti), I also add in a tablespoon or so of margarine/butter/vegetable spread whatever, about a 1/2 teaspoon of salt, and some vegetable oil. I let it boil. What this does is flavor the noodles as well as keep them from sticking as much. Still, keep stirring as it boils to your desired tenderness. I like mine just a titch softer than al dente, but it’s up to you.
Drain, do NOT rinse. Or else you’ll rinse off the buttery/salty goodness!
Add Hunt’s tomato sauce (usually 2 of the small cans), parmesan cheese, a bit of garlic powder, and a bit of onion powder. Stir and TA-DA! My cheap and easy spaghetti.
Of course, I like to add an Eckridge hotdog, cut up. Sometimes I like to eat those hard breadsticks with it, or Keebler’s Club crackers.
If you guys try it out or have any questions, let me know! Enjoy!