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Spaghetti with tomato sauce Home Made

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Spaghetti with tomato sauce 😻🀩🌺🍝


250g wholegrain spaghetti
2 tomatoes
0,5 onion
1/4 red pepper
1 teaspoon tomato puree
Pepper, salt, red pepper powder, basil and oregano.


Cook your spaghetti and take a second pot with little bit olive oil in it of the heat. Cut the tomatoes, paprika and onions in little peace. For the sauce, put on the second pot the onions and cook it 5 minutes. Add paprika powder and tomato puree in it and mix. And than add the tomato and paprika peace. Cook it so long, till its smooth. Last step, put all the spices you want. Salt, pepper, oregano, basil…. Take the hand blender and bland the sauce. That’s it. πŸ…πŸ«‘πŸπŸ₯°πŸŒΊπŸ¦‹

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