Jollof Spaghetti and Meat Balls Recipe

Spaghetti and Meatballs is an Italian – American dish (inter-continental) which typically consists of Mincemeat, Tomato Sauce and Spaghetti. Spaghetti and Meatballs is absolutely delicious and very easy to whip up.

* 1 lb Pasta of choice (I used Spaghetti)
* 4 – 6 oz (8-12 Tbsp) organic tomato paste (see recipe note 1 )
* 1 medium onion
* 1/2 medium red bell pepper chopped
* 1/2 medium green bell pepper chopped
* 130 g kale vegetable chopped
* 25 Meatballs
* 1/4 cup cooking oil of choice (except palm oil)
* 1 bay leaf
* 1/2 Tbsp ground ginger
* 1/2 Tbsp ground garlic
* 1 tsp ground dry pepper
* 1 Tbsp bouillon powder

STEP 1. Heat up oil and sauté onions for about a minute.

STEP 2. Add the tomato paste and allow fry till the paste dries out but not burnt. Takes about a minute of constant stirring. Alternatively you can dilute the paste with about a quarter cup of water and fry till all the moisture is absorbed.

STEP 3. Stir in bay leaf and spices, add 1 cup of water to the mix and then add meatballs.

STEP 4. Allow to simmer for a minute just to blend in flavors. Taste for seasoning and adjust if necessary.
Add the chopped green peppers and red bell peppers. Stir to incorporate.
Turn off heat, add the chopped kale (leaf cabbage) and stir. Allow residual heat to soften the kale.

STEP 5. Set aside. and prepare the pasta.

STEP 1. Bring about 4 quarts (16 cups) of water to boil.

STEP 2. Add about 1 Tbsp of salt to the water.

STEP 3. Add the pasta into the boiling water and allow cook for 8 minutes I like mine al dente ( not soft ) if you like your pasta a little softer, then cook for about 10-12 mins

STEP 4. Turn off heat and drain the pasta with a colander reserving about 1/2 a cup of pasta water.

FINAL STEP. Transfer pasta back to pot. Add the the sauce and mix thoroughly. You may or may not need the the pasta water to add to the moisture of the Jollof.

Serve and Enjoy

  • NOTE
    The quantity of tomato paste used depends on your choice. if you like it red or If you prefer a lighter shade.

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