No Pasta, Crunchy, Spaghetti

"A Great Way to Have Your Children Eat Their Veggies! Simple and Fast!"
 
No Pasta, Crunchy, Spaghetti created by ladypit
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  • In a skillet, brown the ground turkey,.
  • Heat the spaghetti sauce and add turkey.
  • Make an Iceberg Salad with your favorite ingredients AND Italian (vinegar/oil) dressing.
  • Toss the salad into the spaghetti sauce.
  • Heat the sauce some more and serve medium hot.
  • Yummy!
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  1. Ilysse
    I'm not rating this because I would never make a dish with jarred sauce. However, I do love greens with meat sauce (gravy) over them. Arugula is great as is spinach, endive, etc. I tend to like more of a bitter green. Also try escarole stir fried in a little olive oil and garlic.
     
  2. Yogi8
    Well, this was a pleasant suprise! I really enjoyed the crunch of salad with hot spagetti sauce. I made my sauce with cooked chopped eggplant instead of the meat and added lots of extra veggies to my salad. Next time I may try cutting my lettuce into thin strips to be more like spagetti! Very good idea dr stever!
     
  3. ladypit
    No Pasta, Crunchy, Spaghetti Created by ladypit
  4. ladypit
    This one was just so different that I had to try it. I scaled it back to 1 serving and made it for lunch. I'm not generally a "meat in my sauce" kind of a girl so I used some frozen soy crumbles instead of the turkey. I then added some leftover sauce I had in the fridge. To some prebagged salad I had in the fridge I added a balsamic vinegar/olive oil dressing. Then I stood at the stove for a minute because I could not get myself to add the salad to the pan. But I did, and it was very good. Not the prettiest looking meal, but very tasty. The balsamic worked beautifully with the sauce. I think next time I may put some balsamic on the lettuce but leave off the oil. Thanks for a neat one to try!
     
  5. ladypit
    This one was just so different that I had to try it. I scaled it back to 1 serving and made it for lunch. I'm not generally a "meat in my sauce" kind of a girl so I used some frozen soy crumbles instead of the turkey. I then added some leftover sauce I had in the fridge. To some prebagged salad I had in the fridge I added a balsamic vinegar/olive oil dressing. Then I stood at the stove for a minute because I could not get myself to add the salad to the pan. But I did, and it was very good. Not the prettiest looking meal, but very tasty. The balsamic worked beautifully with the sauce. I think next time I may put some balsamic on the lettuce but leave off the oil. Thanks for a neat one to try!
     
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