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Portions: 8 Serving size: 1-3/4 cups
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I'd like to know the nutrients per serving the way I make Spaghetti which is similar to, not exactly like this. I use twice the garlic, generous Basil and Oregano in lieu of 'Italian seasoning' plain tomato sauce in lieu of prepared Spaghetti sauce, and either 2 fresh diced tomatoes in summer, or 1 can diced tomatoes in winter. Now that I'm cooking for a kidney patient, I've been afraid to cook with tomatoes at all. Your website is giving me hope, but, can I fix this the way I usually do or does that throw the phosphorus way to high? Dietitian comment: You did not mention how much tomato sauce you use but if you add the fresh tomatoes you can reduce it to 8 ounces to keep potassium in the same range. Your changes do not increase the phosphorus.
Aug. 23, 2014, 5:46 AM - Inappropriate review?
I've made this several times. I grew up eating Cincinnati chili, which is sweet, so this tasted just fine to me.
Aug. 03, 2014, 11:01 AM - Inappropriate review?
I just made Ken's Spaghetti for dinner this past weekend. It was so good and tasty. Enjoyed it very much. Next time, I just might add just a smidgen of Basil and see how that will work.
Feb. 01, 2014, 2:36 PM - Inappropriate review?
I didn't use any sugar and used just a half pound of 93% lean hamburger with a small jar of sauce. Not as saucy as what I used to do (I'm Italian) but I wanted to cut down on the tomatoes. Tasted just great even without tons of sauce.
Jul. 18, 2011, 4:42 PM - Inappropriate review?
I never have added sugar to spaghettie sauce. Adding 1/2 to 1 tspp of basil will do the trick as basil is a sweet herb.
May. 09, 2009, 8:56 AM - Inappropriate review?
I make my own "doctored"up Spghetti sauce,Using a bottle or two of of a natitonal brand and adding ground beef,chopped onions,bell peppers,and sliced mushrooms to the sauce.being a diabetic I leave out any kind of sugar,I do add a little more Garlic powder,and Italian seasoning to the sauce.and it still tastes great! I realize the idea behind the addition to the sugar is to bring down the acidity and bitterness,but I like my sauce without the sweetness!
Jul. 27, 2008, 10:42 AM - Inappropriate review?
I AGREE WITH SERENA THE BROWN SUGAR DOES MAKE IT TOO SWEET MAYBE A LITTLE LESS OF THE SUGAR WILL TAKE CARE OF THE SWEETNESS, BUT OTHER THAN THAT I WILL MAKE IT AGAIN.
Jun. 17, 2008, 8:46 PM - Inappropriate review?
My family liked although they thought that the brown sugar made it to sweet. I may add a little less next time. I will definately make it again.
May. 24, 2008, 4:37 PM - Inappropriate review?
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