"Spaghetti" with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

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It’s so amusing to me to look back over my blog from when I started it back in April, and watch it progress to where it is now, still a Rookie Junior Varsity blogger.  I am ok with that title but I must thank you all for supporting me in the beginning, it was rough haha, and some of the photos were not appetizing at all, thank god they tasted yummy.  

I have pretty much come to the realization that my new Sunday ritual begins with a delicious Almond Milk Latte which you can read about here and me sitting in the coffee shop typing away for some new recipe posts for you all.  Reason I am telling you, is so you don’t expect the ADHD splattered across these posts to diminish anytime in the near future. K now that we covered that, let’s address this weekend.



It was great, end of story k.  For some reason I had a productive gene kick my ass and it felt great to be done with everything by Saturday morning at noon.  It left me time to cook some amazing food for a few friends coming over to watch Jon Jones kick Rampages ass, which happened.  I went back through my own website and whipped up some go to favorites of mine as well as some new creations.  I made some delicious Lime Cilantro Coleslaw and used Lime infused Avocado Oil from Bella Vado instead of the EVOO.  After that the super simple Sun-Dried Tomato Broccoli soup with some quick Cauliflower rice to serve with my new creation I will talk about in a minute.  I had a Lemon Garlic Chicken making itself delicious in the crock pot while I slaved away making an amazing Pumpkin Chicken Chili which will get itself posted sometime in the near future.  Pretty much when I have something interesting to say and the patience to type it :)  


On top of all that amazing food, I may have indulged in a few NorCal Margaritas which helped loosen me up and made my night.  Made the dishes more fun too, quite random but buzzed dish washing is just a little more fun than average dish washing, especially while it feels like your in a boat in rough seas swaying back and forth.  I am a true kitchen guy to the end too, couldn’t go to bed with dishes dirty or food out, so in my infinite intoxication I cleaned.  It’s sad on how well of a house wife I would make :(  Well enough of me blabbing, go enjoy this simple and delicious meal :)

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"Spaghetti" with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce
 
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Serves: 4
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  1. Cook your spaghetti squash following the instructions above and set aside
  2. In a sauce pan over medium heat saute your onions, garlic, and peppers until your onions are translucent. You can saute them in the oil of your choice
  3. Once translucent add in your ground beef and saute until your beef is cooked through
  4. Add in all remaining ingredients and stir well, cover and let simmer for 10-20 minutes stirring occasionally
  5. Plate your spaghetti squash and spoon your sauce over the top
  6. Enjoy

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17 Comments

  1. Couple years late on this one but WOW really great dish. this will definitely be something i make for my family/friends in the future!
    Modified it a bit by excluding the serrano chile pepper (added another sweet red pepper instead) & added rosemary, & a mixed spice mix (cinnamon, cumin, ginger, etc.) & it turned out nicely!
    Looking forward to leftovers the rest of the week!

  2. I’m gonna give this a try. It’s very close to the sauce I usually make, except for roasting the red pepper and adding the serrano chile pepper. I’ll let you know!

  3. I have to say…as I read, my first thought was, “I’ll provide margaritas if you wash dishes!” Then came the housewife comment. I’ve always joked that I need a wife (but I’m a girl). Thanks for the laugh.

  4. Like your website but the link above for almond milk latte isn’t correct. The link takes you to guacamole.

  5. I have looked over your posts here, all looks awesome. Will also try the one you have here, love pasta a lot.

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