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Deliciously Meat Sauce Sriracha Spaghetti


f I could choose my favorite family food, it would be spaghetti. My husband and the kids are crazy about this favorite Italian dish, and I do not so much on sharing the rest of my family's spaghetti fascination; I have an "Asian tongue," according to my husband.

For sure, I do love spicy food; anything spicy provokes my appetite. So this spaghetti sriracha is the perfect way to share my penchant for spaghetti with my family.

The Easter brunch is only a few days away. However, it is not a typical "Easter menu," but since my family loves spaghetti, this would be an excellent gathering. I don't need to second-guess myself; I knew this entree would be the party's hit.

Sriracha is always an excellent option to add a little heat to your plates, it is not just the spice that will evoke your taste bud but also helps to enhance your dish's flavors, and you can add sriracha to any recipe you desire.

I'll cooperate with the Asian flavor of this Italian dish in this recipe by mixing sriracha on the beef spaghetti, which is a delicious recipe, effortless, and only requires a little time to make.


  • 1 lb Ground beef

  • 1. tbsp Garlic

  • 1 cup yellow onion

  • 2 cup tomatoes paste

  • 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce

  • 4 tbsp Sriracha. Add if you want more spicy.

  • 1 LB Spaghetti dry

  • 3 tsp Brown sugar

  • 2 tsp salt

  • 2 tbsp Olive Oil

  • 1/4 Basil, fresh 1 tbsp Basil flakes, dried

  • Ground black pepper

  • 2 cups of cherry tomatoes

  • 14 ounces of Chicken broth

  • 1 tablespoon Oregano


  1. In a large pot or skillet, add olive oil, add onions, garlic, and ground beef; cook for 6-8 minutes or until beef is cooked through. Use a wooden spatula to break apart while cooking and drain off fat.

  2. Add cherry tomatoes cooked for another 3 minutes and add the tomatoes paste, broth, water, oregano, basil, black pepper, Worcestershire sauce, Italian seasoning, sriracha, brown sugar, and salt: mix well to combine the ingredients; bring to a boil and until the sauce thickens.

In a different pot, boil the water, add salt and some olive oil, and spaghetti until cooked. Transfer the spaghetti to the plates and serve it with sriracha meat sauce and sprinkle the dried basil on the top,

Bon appétit

Thank you so much for reading; please let me know if you try this recipe.

Much Love,


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