How to Make Real Italian Spaghetti Gravy : Italian Dishes

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Real Italian spaghetti gravy is traditionally made by following just a few basic, easy to manage steps. Learn about how to make real Italian spaghetti gravy with help from the owner of a family Italian restaurant in this free video clip.

Expert: Clemenza Caserta
Bio: Clemenza Caserta started up a family Italian restaurant, Stuzzi, in Richmond, Virginia.
Filmmaker: Ashley Berkman

Series Description: You don’t have to know someone from Italy to bring authentic Italian flavors right into your own kitchen. Get the secret to making rich, delicious Italian dishes in your own home with help from the owner of a family Italian restaurant in this free video series.


Samuel Gallezzo says:

That’s not out of breath that’s a heart condition. Good chef but not long for this world.

paul ducharme says:

Gravy is a sauce which is thickened by some type of gluten (corn starch, flour).
Sauce can be either gravy or cream or tomato etc. usually thickened one way or another by reducing or adding starch etc. although most people call gravy a meat flavored sauce, not generally tomato or cream.
Demi glace is thickened by stirring in cold butter (no flour).

Benjamin Myles says:

Ps fuck up about his weight it’s a cooking clip

Jeff Cockmann says:

looked like tomato sauce to me, and not crushed tomatoes. Also, aren’t you supposed to cook this for like 4-5 hours slowly? he just shoved everything in there and ate it right away

0ff topic guy says:

7:34 He forgot the cheese.
Make mine Romano. Fresh grated.

Mario Soto says:

This Clemenza looks like the other Clemenza from The Godfather.

Tito Reyna says:

Thanks bro. That plate looked so delicious when you plated it. Can’t wait to try this next weekend. If you ever want some recipes about south Texas mesquite flavored grilled meat or soups,

nickyscarfo1 says:

this guy is the real deal, love him !

Run Run Shaw says:

Dudes name is Clemenza and has no neck. I’m taking notes.

Benjamin Myles says:

Hey tony

Duck Duck says:

Fat Italians will make you the best Italian dish you’ll ever eat but they’ll scratch their fat ass a hundred times when making it.

Arthur Vera says:

Great video.

Jon Ron says:

This fat fuck can cook though

Dion1957 says:

Is there a Vegan way of doing this?……if there is…keep it to yourself!

charlesh805 says:

Italians didn’t have tomatoes in their cuisines until after Europeans raided the Americas.

Joe Black says:

cracks me up calling tomato sauce gravy

eric williams says:

dude put on a clean chef jacket for the video. also never washes his hands after touching raw meat. FML

Levi Rebancos says:

When dinner’s at 8,
and you gotta “take care” of someone at 9.

Math Yu says:

My mans tryin not to die

December's Very Own says:

A lot of this Italian Americans are cartoonishly Italian stereotypes. Italians from Italy don’t even act like that.

Pickle Rick says:

“C’mon Jo Jo Stop fuckin breathing on me, your fuckin killin me over here!” “Matter a fact throw him in da fuckin bathroom”

Seventeen76 says:

I grew up in NY…Joe and Guido called it sauce. I know some PA Italians call it gravy.
I dont give a damn. lemme taste the mutaf@cka….thas all I needa know. I think dis guy is legit.

Dan Webster says:

Watch this many times. love you man Werkin that italian gravy like it ain no thang. -PawPaw

Anthony Jordan says:

Love this guy; gonna try it the way he does it!

Jesus Christ says:

Step 1: Don’t call it gravy.

scott O'brien says:

Get a stress test. Better yet get a chemical stress test.

gavin b says:

he looks like he is going to have a stroke

Joe Hart says:

Definitely Clemenza’s meal from the Godfather. I was always annoyed when Sonny interrupted him with “Hey, why don’t you cut
the crap”

James Smith says:

What goes in the meatballs?

darkstar18498 says:

I just discovered a cure for skinnyness

Randy Bobandy says:

Making fun of the chef? I bet some of you idiots have shit going on that your not proud of… But that’s it. We live in a society where it’s full of judgmental pieces of shit.

Anti Dimaryp says:

Tessio is always smarter.

Prey Petting says:

no cross-contamination here

KevTeezy says:

I love the way he caresses each piece of meat at the start

December's Very Own says:

A lot of this Italian Americans are cartoonishly Italian stereotypes. Italians from Italy don’t even act like that.

keseysvenisonchili says:

from one cook to another- wash yer hands, dude.

looks amazing though.

Haïtien Canada says:

I would do it without the pork, just beef…

Peter says:

Is this a deleted scene from The Sopranos

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