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April 28, 2013

One-Pot Beef Spaghetti

Creamy-tomato One-Pot Beef Spaghetti is ready in under 25 minutes and you only need to add a side salad or two for a quick, easy dinner

One pot dishes are so popular these days and there are so many recipes floating around, from beef, lamb, chicken to fish, but one of our favorites is this One-Pot Beef Spaghetti.

I like it for two reasons, less dishes and this specific recipe is also quick, easy and you can have dinner on the table in less than 25 minutes.

My husband is particularly good making one pot concoctions, which we always enjoy, but he does not write down what he does or add and when I ask him afterwards, I get an answer like ".. throw in a packet of ground beef ...quantity???, add spices ...which??? ... onions and other vegetables ... like what???.."

Creamy-tomato One-Pot Beef Spaghetti is ready in under 25 minutes and you only need to add a side salad or two for a quick, easy dinner

So, yes, that is why I have only shared one of his recipes previously, since I started blogging ! I am usually only too glad when he does the cooking, although, he enjoyed this dish so much, I think he will follow the recipe next time {or he will guess and make something similar} - one never knows what he will dish up ...

One-Pot Beef Spaghetti


4 Servings

INGREDIENTS:

2 TB Olive Oil
500g Lean Ground Beef
1 can (385g) Mushrooms, sliced, drained   (or use 1 1/2 cups Fresh, sliced Mushrooms)
1 Onion, chopped
2 t Fresh Garlic, crushed
1 1/2 cups Beef Stock     (the KNORR stockpot is my favorite)
2 1/2 cups Hot Water
1 can (115g) Tomato Paste
1 TB Sugar
1 t Italian Dried Herbs
250g (1/2 pack) Spaghetti, broken in half
Salt and Black Pepper, to taste
Cheddar Cheese, grated

DIRECTIONS:

1.) Heat the Oil in a large pot - cook the Ground Beef until done - add the Mushrooms, Onion and Garlic - stir-fry for 2 minutes (a little longer if using fresh Mushrooms)
2.) Add the Beef Stock, Water, Tomato Paste, Sugar and Italian Herbs - add the Spaghetti, stir through and cook over medium heat, stirring regularly, for 15 - 20 minutes or until the Spaghetti is done.
3.) Season to taste with Salt and Black Pepper

Serve, topped with Cheddar Cheese and a side salad or two.

Creamy-tomato One-Pot Beef Spaghetti is ready in under 25 minutes and you only need to add a side salad or two for a quick, easy dinner

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Creamy-tomato One-Pot Beef Spaghetti is ready in under 25 minutes and you only need to add a side salad or two for a quick, easy dinner

12 comments:

  1. I've done this before and I love it! Yes, one pot dish meals are IT!!!

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  2. Hello I found your blog through Let's Get Social Sunday, your recipes look delicious!!! New follower here via Google+. I invite you to visite my blog and if you like my creations I hope that you will consider following me back.Thank you for hosting this party!
    Marisa from
    http://passionetcouture.blogspot.ca/

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  3. 'Hopping' on through from the Let's Get Social Sunday!! Nice to meet you!! I've started following your blog!! ~KM

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  4. Eek, it's dinner time here and this looks good enough to eat! :)

    Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  5. Hi Linda! Just linked up and following you now via Pinterest! Thanks for the party! Come visit me when you get a chance at www.musingsofavintagejunkie.blogspot.com

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  6. Hopping on by and following you thru BlogLovin

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  7. Hi, I am a new follower via Bloglovin! Thank you for hosting this link up party, I look forward to reading your blog :)

    Jessica
    www.piganddac.blogspot.com

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  8. Wow Linda this looks like my kind of meal one question and its probably dumb but how does the starch from the spaghetti go. Does it thicken the dish or do you rinse it before cooking?

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  9. Oooooh spaghetti...my all time favorite food and now you've made it even easier! Yummmm...I have been known to eat cold spaghetti for breakfast!! Thanks Linda, it looks awesome!

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  10. I love one pot meals, Linda! For the same reason as you - less dishes :) Pinning this one!

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  11. This sounds great - totally opposite direction from my normal cooking (mostly anything with chicken or broccoli) which my family will enjoy! Can't beat a 1 pot meal!!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. wow, looks easy to make and delicious...which is the best dinner. Thanks for sharing and going to try this.

    Stopping by from the All My Bloggy Friends Blog Hop, have a nice day

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