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Spaghetti Pie

  When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that's amore!
but what does a 'spaghetti pie' mean?....it means YUMMY!


Well, the search was on for this recipe after I made us a pot of spaghetti and used the angel hair pasta and there was way too much left over. So I froze the left overs in glass bowls and got my box of old recipes I had saved for a 100 years to find this one. I have changed it of course to fit 'us' and am hoping it doesn't step on anyone's copyright somewhere! We loved it as it was fun making it and just having a different kind of spaghetti.

 

Ingredients:

6 oz of spaghetti (in our case two bowl fulls of the angel hair frozen which we ran hot water into and then drained)

2T butter (soft or melted)

1/2 C grated parmesan cheese

2 well beaten eggs

1 pound of ground beef or bulk pork sausage

1/2 C chopped onion

3/4 C chopped green pepper (we used red as it is sweet)

Sauce, here we differed, the original recipe has you making your sauce up from scratch, we just used half a jar of prepared sauce from the store, so do what you want. We only used half a jar so it was thick and not too thin.

Salt, pepper and if you want thow in extra herbs

1 C cottage cheese (but we used ricotta cheese)

1/2 C shredded mozzarella cheese (we used monterey jack)

Directions:

Cook spaghetti as directed, drain and then stir butter into the hot spaghetti and the parmesan cheese. Then form it into a crust in a buttered 10 inch pie plate, pushing it all around.

Spread ricotta cheese on the bottom of that.

Cook up the ground beef, salt + pepper, add onion and red pepper. When done, add the sauce and heat all up.

spread that into the crust and bake 350 degrees for 20 minutes and then add the mozarella or monterey jack chees on top and cook another 5 minutes or when it is melted nicely.

Take out and serve ...sice it up just like a pie....mange!

 

Original recipe in Better Homes and Gardens to give credit

If you have any recipes you would like to share with others, please email me, just try not copying it out of someone's copyrighted book please......:-) oops it takes a minute for the form to come up on crankyold crone contact page, so just email to me if you don't hear back or want to wait for it.

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