Sometimes simplicity is just best.

Like this few-ingredient simple Sunday spaghetti supper.

Now say that 10 times fast….?

Simmered for just a few hours on the stove while you kick your feet back and enjoy a relaxing afternoon.

With perhaps a super simple drink of choice.

Like this orange vodka & club soda. So simply deelish. No extras needed.

But back to the s’ghetti… 

All this meal needs is a lil TLC in the form of time. No crazy ingredients. Nothing super fancy. Just a few hours to let the sauce really shine to its fullest potential.

And trust me, those few hours will.be.worth.it.! 

Onion. Garlic. Ground Beef. Pasta sauce. Parmesan cheese. Spices. Pasta.

I think we can all handle that, right? 😉

1. Saute the onion in some olive oil until tender.

2. Add the ground beef.

I used an 85/15 grass fed from Whole Foods. Which rendered a lil’ extra fat that I simply spooned outta the pan and went along my merry s’ghetti cookin’ way.

3. Chopped garlic at the end for a flavor punch.

4. Two jars of your favorite spaghetti sauce.

I really like the Whole Foods brand plain ol’ original.

5. Throw in some dried oregano, basil, salt & pepper then cover the pot and start.the.simmerin’.

 

Two – maybe three… – hours later. You are going to be oh-so-pleased with the results. The flavor just develops into something some.kinda.wonderful and your entire house will smell like pure deliciousness! 

Does it get any better than that?? 🙂

Keeping with the simple theme here, a most favorite veggie side dish of mine was completely necessary to go with this spaghetti supper.

Roasted Garlic Broccoli.

I know you’ve probably seen me make this one.thousand.times, but that’s because my friends, it’s just.that.good.!!!

Olive oil. Garlic.

 

Chillaxin in a shot glass until the spaghetti is close to done and the broccoli ready for roasting. Gotta let that oil get to know the garlic and all 😉

Drizzled over the frozen veg and roasted until caramalized and slightly crispy on the edges. 

I still have an outstanding bet to anyone that this dish could get past any broccoli hater. It’s just SO good.

The flavor of the broccoli completely transforms into something some kinda delicious. If you don’t believe me, try it for yourself! I wouldn’t steer you wrong now would I? 😉

3 Comments

  1. mmmmmmmmmmmm! Seriously- does anything smell better than spaghetti sauce cooking? nom nom nom. Perfect meal

  2. Oh yum! I love s’ghetti so much! 🙂

  3. ohhh simply delish~~

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