Spaghetti Napolitan 337kcal / per person

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recipe number 01039
cooking time 30 minutes
comment Spaghetti Napolitan is a Japanese invention. It is a pasta dish with onion, small green bell pepper, ham, wiener or bacon, seasoned with tomato ketchup. Sprinkle with grated cheese or Tabasco to serve. It is one of the popular snacks in coffee shops.
image It is a familiar dish with ketchup flavored spaghetti mixed with salty meat products and sweet vegetables.
Dry spaghetti (1.7 mm) 120 g
Wiener sausages 30 g
Onion 60 g
Small green bell peppers 20 g
Canned mushrooms 15 g
Oil 1 tsp
(A) Ketchup
Not essential, if not available.
2 2/3 tbsp
(A) Worcestershire sauce 1 2/3 tsp
(A) Salt 1/6 tsp
(A) Pepper to taste

Cut the wiener sausages in half lengthwise and then slice diagonally. Thinly slice the onion (usu-giri) and cut the bell peppers into rounds (wa-giri). Absorb any excess moisture from the mushroom using a paper towel and halve lengthwise.

Cook the spaghetti in salted (not listed) boiling water. Heat the oil in a non-stick frying pan and sauté the (1) ingredients in it.

Season with the (A) ingredients. Add the cooked spaghetti and sauté together. Place the spaghetti on a plate and serve.

technique Add the sauce to the tomato ketchup so that the ketchup evenly coats the spaghetti.
  1. Cut the wiener sausages in half lengthwise and then slice diagonally. Thinly slice the onion (usu-giri) and cut the bell peppers into rounds (wa-giri). Absorb any excess moisture from the mushroom using a paper towel and halve lengthwise.
  2. Cook the spaghetti in salted (not listed) boiling water. Heat the oil in a non-stick frying pan and sauté the (1) ingredients in it.
  3. Season with the (A) ingredients. Add the cooked spaghetti and sauté together. Place the spaghetti on a plate and serve.