Spaghetti and Meatballs Recipe – How to Make Italian Spaghetti Sauce with Meatballs

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Watch how to make delicious homemade Italian tomato sauce with meatballs to top spaghetti or your other favorite pasta. It’s an easy recipe that’s seasoned just right, and the meatballs can be made ahead while you’re cooking the sauce—and then they cook right in the sauce as it simmers.

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  1. I used premade sauce and it turned out great. The meatballs were the best meatballs I've tasted so far. I was surprised because when I made them I didn't use any measurements. I am doing this again! Thanks for sharing!!

  2. On Italian food videos there is always loads of Italians saying it's not made correctly.

    I find it funny as Italian food is very simple food that 10 year old kids could make it, roll meat into ball, add to tomato sauce that takes 5 minutes to prepare. You cant really go wrong.

  3. This is how i make mine i fry the onions and garlic the same, add 2 canned plum tomatoes, a little peppeer and a table spoon of mixed italian herbs then let it boil on medium for about 7-8 minutes. The spagetti I boil till its nearly done, drain it and add into the tomatoe sauce along with cooked italian sausages. Then i let this mix a few minutes. I i dont add sugar or salt because it doesnt make that much of a difference to the taste but does to you health

  4. I'm italian and i have to tell you a secret (to you and all ignorant americans) that CIA doesn't want you know it…..In Italy WE DON'T EAT SPAGHETTI & MEATBALLS!!! And another thing is: what is that shit???Now i undestand why americans say that pasta makes you fat,pasta is not the problem,you are the problem coocking everything in a shit and fat way!

  5. Difference between an American recipe and Australian. American 1/8th of a teaspoon of Garlic powder, Aussie a Pinch of garlic powder! Why be exact for such tiny measurements :S

  6. I just used this recipe for the second Sunday in a row. we always have a Sunday dinner. it has to be an awesome dinner. this recipe, with cesar salad, my family thought they were in an Italian restaurant. instead of a dozen meatballs, I covered the top of the sauce pan, because there can never be enough meatballs, they disappear quick.

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