This recipe had too much catsup in it.. I added sugar to tame the tanginess but it did not help. will not make again
Feb 2, 2014
Love it! 2nd time making it and this time I doubled everything and instead of 6oz pasta doubling to 12 I used a 16oz package and it was awesome and went further. Will be making our spaghetti this way from now on. I don't measure the onions and cheese and just estimate instead but everything else I measure
Oct 31, 2013
suzi Member since: February 5, 2010
Very good. I was out of chili powder so I used some taco seasoning instead.
Sep 4, 2013
Just made this tonight let me tell you it is AMAZING truly tastes just like K&W. THANK YOU!
Jun 30, 2013
ABsolutely just like K&W! This has to be the original recipe because it is exactly like I remember.
Apr 20, 2013
Can anyone help me? The 3/4 cup beef stock, am I suppose to put that in the mixture dry?
CDKitchen Note: I'm not sure what you mean by "dry". You pour the beef stock into the meat mixture at the same time you add the spaghetti. This is the liquid that will cook the spaghetti (there is no real quantity of liquid added up until this point).
Feb 27, 2012
I used to live in Winston-Salem and ate K&W spaghetti often. This recipe is spot on! Absolutely delicious.
Jan 24, 2012
Made this last night, not knowing what "K&W' is I can't compare. Over all I liked the dish, the ketchup made it slightly too sweet for my taste but a few shakes of season salt tamed that. It is a good platform to start experimenting from if you're into that. Next time, more chili powder, garlic and a couple of beaten eggs are going in with along with some riccota and a 1/4 cup less ketchup. Been in the fridge over night, I'm sure it'll be even better today.
Sep 21, 2011
It really does taste like K&W! My husband and I had seconds. This one is a keeper for sure.
Aug 20, 2011
This was absolutely phenomenal! It tastes JUST like K&W's baked spaghetti!! I was so excited when I tasted it and tasted just how good it was. I HIGHLY recommend this recipe!!!! YOU WON'T REGRET IT!!
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