It was ugly, but it didn’t taste too bad, and it was filling. I had some leftover ground beef with taco seasoning, and I mixed it into some thin spaghetti with sour cream, and topped it off with shredded cheddar and sliced jalapenos. Not exactly gourmet, but a few tweaks might make it a new comfort food.
Anyone have a similar mess that they’ve come up with?
Not at all a mess, but I used my Bolognese as a baked potato topping with broccoli. It was damn good! Taco meat would work nicely on a baked badada, too.
ETA: I also repurposed it as a “rice bowl” meal when I ran out of the fresh pasta I had bought.
The bolognese on a baked potato sounds good. Was the broccoli a side dish or was it on the potato?
I was trying to find a picture as I can see it in my mind’s eye, but no dice. I put the broccoli on there, too.
Spaghetti tacos were “a thing” a little while back for kids who watched this tv show…
I know, I know. You’re sitting there, staring at this post and thinking this recipe is one of those “Oh let’s see how outlandish we can be and create an oddball recipe just to be different.” Well, it is and it isn’t. Blame it on Spencer. He’s Carly’s...
As a kid i remember fondly a baked spaghetti “pie” , basically leftover spaghetti and sauce mixed with a few eggs and cheese, pressed into a pie tin and baked.
Lawdy. When I first read this, I thought 'but… but… where’s the
taco part? Then I realized you were referring to the seasoning.
Shame, because I’d have
lurved to see a picture of a spaghetti-stuffed taco. Not that I’d eat it