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Program #822Chef Dave
Big Dave's Cajun Spaghetti
*Put on a pot of noodles* 1. Sautee bell peppers and onions in olive oil.
2. Add ground beef. Season meat with seasonings (herbs). Let cook fully.
3. Add honey & pinch of sugar
4. Optional: Add cooking wine to bring out aroma of onions and peppers.
Last: Let simmer!
After meat and noodles thoroughly cook,
toss noodles into meat pot and fold in meat sauce into noodles.
Spray half pan with one stick spray and add cheese and toss together.
(Mozzarella & mild cheddar).
Smooth top out and add handful of mild cheddar to cover the top of dish.
Bake at 350 degrees for 15 or 20 minutes or until golden brown.
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