Vintage Handwritten Recipe | Spaghetti and Meat Sauce | Meat Sauce Recipe | Easy Spaghetti Sauce

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1 lb (453.5 g) top round steak (or use lean ground beef)
2 large onions
6 cloves garlic
1 1/2 tsp salt (or to your preference)
1/2 tsp pepper (or to your preference)
1 tsp Italian dried herb blend (I used McCormick brand)
1/4 tsp crushed red pepper flakes
3.5 oz (97g) tomato paste
4 oz (113.5g) beef broth/stock (or red wine)
24 oz (680g) tomato puree (you can also use tomato sauce)














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godoggo says:

Hey….Hope you and the family are Great : ) @4:46 What brand pan is that you are using? It almost looks Terra Cotta…Thx, G~

SuSu Magoo says:

Very cool book, what a neat find! Is that a happy face on your spoon? So cute, love the pot as well!

Griselda Mrza says:

Loved the innovation of this! You’re great!

L2THEC1 says:

Please, tape that torn piece from a fellow Houstonian …lol

J K says:

Thanks for sharing and it looks great, but you missed one of the most important parts; use Italian Pasta!! (made in Italy) or make your own, fresh. The true Italian pasta is made with a different variety of wheat that makes it so much better than the junk we get in North America.

Just like sushi is about the rice, pasta is about the pasta!

Ventura0404 says:

And thank you for not adding oil to the spaghetti’s water. It does not allow your sauce to stick to your noodles. And actually if you will put your noodles in the pan with your sauce and cook it for a minute you were we were it was something that taste even better than just labeling it on top

Linda Abrahamsen says:

Did not finish the video. There were way too many commercials. I know that its your way to earn extra money for each commercial, but it’s really aggravating.

Wyatt Dowling says:

okay, this is making me too hungry, time to pause and cook something.

Gaby T says:

This looks soo delicious! I love all your recipe videos. I will try this one out I think my kids will love it!

Jose Lopez says:

Loved your video’s introduction. Thanks for all your videos. I have only been cooking dinners these past three months. So been watching you a lot.

Where did you get your pot? I love the shape as it allows one to move fast and minimize spills.

dramatic_ eyesgloz says:

This is so delicious

Denim & Pearls says:

That looks soooooo good! I cringed at even 2 whole onions, but the key is to sauté them really well. I’m inspired to try this recipe, tfs!

Elizabeth Hernandez says:

i love old cook books their recipes are so much easier than now a days, your lucky for your find

priiincessaviles says:

Love the wooden spoon you used!!☺

Judy Kaspar says:

I have this exact cookbook! It belonged to my grandmother. I also have my mothers later version and a more modern version of the Fannie Farmer Cookbook my mother gave me when I first got married in 1980. I still use the books to this day.

JOE Quezada says:

So, awesome this is next level, I think I’ll grill some whole Italian sausage and add them to the sauce whole, and see how it turns out, I’ll definitely update my comments to let you know.

Cecelia Portillo says:

Can you do more recipes out if that book? I really loved this.

Scott DeGasperis says:

You did an awesome job of interpreting the antique recipe you discovered. That chef lives on…

M Warren says:

I love your new pot. Where can I purchase one?

Barbarsa Loe says:

Love old cookbooks!!!! What a treasure! Espevially love the handwritten notes in them!!

mrssie1223 says:

Looks great! I would also add crushed tomatoes, petite diced tomatoes, parmesan cheese, romano cheese, garlic powder, onion powder, and a chicken bullion cube (Knorr). I think chicken bullion has more flavor. I like a very flavorful sauce. I also add Merlot to some recipes, especially beef and stew and pot roast when I cook them in the crock pot. It brings out the flavor of the meat, and tenderizes it as well. Also, some parsley for color. A little knob of butter makes it smooth. I want to try to mince my beef like you did. Yum! That sauce over some Angel Hair Pasta with some homemade garlic bread! I am so hungry right now! LOL!! ;D

Robert Tolputt says:

What is the point of promoting this as an old recipe and then not following it ?

mrcynthiag mrcynthiag says:

I didn’t see you add your seasonings……..did I miss it?

Dani C says:

I use beef stock in mine also.

BriSherea APTTMH says:

You should frame the recipe and make it a focal point in your kitchen!

Scott Telford says:

Where did you find this book? I would love to find one like it! I have a notebook with all my grandmothers recipes all typed out. I want older ones now…

charliecannibal says:

Just Wondering no sugar added to help with the acidity of the tomatoes?

Margarita McGuinn says:

I noticed you sprinkled something on your meat then on your onions, was that just salt and pepper? This looks yummy btw I definitely want to try!

Kerry says:

You know after listening to your video, I’m going to suggest you don’t “cut to the chase.” You have a nice voice, you have interesting stories. You should talk more in your videos.

Sherry Donald says:

Can I move in ? I LOVE pasta, spaghetti, hence, I’m on a diet now ( : Looks delicious, I was drooling….

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