Creative Sausage Spaghetti Monsters

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Here’s a quick and creative recipe idea – with a bit of fun if you’ve got young children. Tinned frankfurter and pasta octopi. If you poach them gently in stock, the sausages keep their flavour while the pasta cooks. Also, with a little imagination and a little help from children you can create monsters tossed in a little red pesto with some grated cheese, such as octopus and other funny creatures.

Ingredients:

1 package of hot dogs, any kind, preferably one without nitrates
1 package of spaghetti noodles, preferably whole wheat or multi-grain
1 cup of spaghetti sauce, jarred or homemade

Directions:

  • Fill a large pot with water. Add a pinch of salt and bring the water to a boil.
  • Slice each hot dog into 6 or 8 pieces. If serving to toddlers, first slice the hot dog lengthwise to reduce the risk of choking.
  • Skewer each hot dog piece with 4 pieces of uncooked spaghetti. Center the hot dog on the pasta strands, as pictured below. Children could help with this step.
  • When the water is boiling, cook the Octo-Dogs according to the pasta package directions.
  • Gently warm the spaghetti sauce on the stove top or in the microwave.
  • Drain and rinse the Octo-Dogs with lukewarm water to prevent sticking.
  • Serve warm with pasta sauce on the side for dipping.

 

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8 Responses to “Creative Sausage Spaghetti Monsters”

  1. henry says:

    They show way more pasta through those hot dogs, also, there is No way that those hot dogs are cut in 6 or 8 pieces…. other than that super cute idea.

  2. filippo says:

    peccato che wurstel e pasta abbiano tempi di cottura completamente diversi,
    viene una merda.Credetemi.

  3. bob says:

    Yum, animal fat stuffed into a synthetic casing with enriched flour carb overload inside.. sounds real healthy!

  4. kinetixratoon says:

    they look so funny haha

  5. Karen says:

    I would break the spaghetti in half so it could fit in the pan and cook evenly. Plus it would look more like octopi.

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