Cooking: Filipino Style Spaghetti

First Cooking Entry

I have been cooking since high school. My mother has trained me along with my two older brothers how to do the kitchen works. It was a training that is really worth learning for. In cooking, if you know the basics, then everything will just follow suit. You can cook whatever way you want. My only problem is sometimes, I don’t know the exact name or what particular recipe I am cooking.

I just want to tell you that my purpose of sharing this and the next cooking posts, is not for you to follow or copy my way of cooking. I am not expert on this. I didn’t study culinary either. If you insist of doing my way, why not, but my aim is, to solicit comments, critique and perhaps get something from you by sharing your way of cooking. With that, I could learn more something from you guys and improve my own skills.

But if you’ll learn also something from me, then that would be great.

So here’s my first entry.

Spaghetti – The Filipino Style


1 piece onion (chopped)
1 clove garlic (chopped)
400g pasta
100g ground beef
2-3 pieces small hotdog (sliced)
750g tomato sauce Filipino style (sweetened)
sugar (to taste, in case you want it sweeter)
black pepper (to taste)
salt (to taste)
cooking oil
cheddar cheese

1. Boil the noodles until desired tenderness and drain.

2. Saute the chopped garlic until brownish and onions.

3. Mix the ground beef till cooked and pour all tomato sauce, chopped hot dogs, and small cubed cheddar cheese.

4. Mix the spaghetti sauce with the tendered and drained pasta noodles, add grated cheese and serve.

That’s it, with that four simple steps, Filipino Spaghetti Style can now be served. You may serve it cold or hot. Personally, I love to eat a hot spaghetti with melting cheese on it. 🙂 Yummy! What is spaghetti without soda?! 🙂

Enjoy and tell me what you think!





A Filipino expat in Dubai, an online ad specialist, a social media influencer, a photographer wannabe, a music lover, a loving husband and a loving father, a movie freak, a gadget geek, a foodie etcetera

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6 Responses

  1. ropcorn says:

    That looks so yummy! I was thinking of eating spaghetti today and I have now definitely made up my mind to do so. Thank you for sharing this and for dropping by my blog. Have a wonderful Sunday! 🙂

  2. pasta is a favourite with me too. a great recipe here, will try for sure this weekend. will share a pasta recipe soon on my blog. please read and comment. thanks

  3. Dayane says:

    thanks to you i have learned something new today, thanks a lot.

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