Wednesday, October 19, 2011

A Helluva Good Meal...

Sombrero Spaghetti Bake (my own creation)
Here are some pics with descriptions...
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Brown .5 lb of beef chuck with .5 lb of chorrizo (I like it extra spicy) with a small onion, chopped. Add garlic powder to taste, if you like.
Add 1/4 cup of heavy cream after the meats brown nicely.
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Add a whole can of carrots (or steam fresh, and add). Make sure they are chopped :)
*look how well they blend into the meat mixture.
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Be sure to boil your spaghetti noodles :)
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Layer of meat mixture.
Toss a little cheese of your liking (I used parm and reg mix)
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All of the cooked noodles (I left mine slightly aldente)
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Rest of meat mixture with more cheese (I used parm, reg, and shaved havarti)
Bake uncovered in 400 degree oven for 20 min...
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...be sure to clean up your mess :)
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DONE :D Let cool slightly before indulging!

***Be sure to bring some exra cream to the dining table. You can add extra to your own bowl if the heat is too much for you :)

ENJOY :D

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