Oma's Spaghetti, my German Grandmother's take on Spaghetti is a quick, savory dish that takes 30 minutes to make. Ground beef, onions and celery sauteed in BUTTER! This recipe is a family favorite!
Here's a little video I made to show you the process:
Oma's Spaghetti is super easy to make and you just need a few ingredients: 1 Pound Ground Sirloin, 1 Small Onion, diced, 2 Stalks of Celery, diced, 1 Small Can of Diced Tomatoes, 4 Tablespoons of Butter, and a little Salt and Pepper.
4 Easy Steps:
Step 1: Sweat the Onions on low heat in 1 Tablespoon of Butter until just translucent. You don't want the onions to caramelize. You just want them softened, white in color and kind of opaque.
Step 2: Add the Ground Sirloin and some salt and pepper, and stir it in with the onions until the beef is browned. The beef should be pretty tasty at this point. So give it a try and add some more salt if it needs it. This way, you are layering the flavors and building the foundation for a great tasting sauce.
Step 3: Once the beef is browned and tasty, mix in the tomatoes and the celery. Put the lid on the pan and let it simmer away for 15-20 minutes.
And there you have it! A quick and tasty sauce ready to serve on your favorite pasta.
Traditionally, we have always served Oma's Spaghetti on Spaghetti, of course and with a lot of parmesan cheese. But it's great on any kind of pasta you like!
Oma's Spaghetti is easily frozen and reheated for a fast weeknight meal.
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