So, I'll just merrily continue to believe my family lore and assume the dish is at least based on an Irish recipe.
|2||servings||spaghetti (equivalent to a small box).|
|1||large||white onions, chopped.|
|2||stalks||fresh celery, diced|
|1||-||green (or Bell) pepper, diced|
|1||clove||fresh garlic, minced|
|1||tsp||ground black pepper|
note: I think her original recipe actually used the small size elbow macroni. We use thin spaghetti now.
Scramble fry the hamburger, salt and pepper at a medium high temperature in a large (cast iron) skillet. Turning frequently to prevent charring. While this is cooking, start the spaghetti
When meat is done, stir in the bell pepper, onion, and celery. Stir until tender.
Reduce heat to medium, add tomatoes, stir until bubbling.
Drain and add the spaghetti. Turn the heat off.
Let stand for about 10 minutes for tastes to blend. Serve.
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