Haitian Spaghetti Sauce

I was in Haiti last summer and had some wonderful haitian spaghetti and was wondering if anyone would have a recipe for such a sauce.

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  1. Stephanie says

    When making Haitian spaghetti, you have to fry/sautee it.
    You will also need onions, garlic (mashed or minced), a couple of cloves, thyme sprigs, and a little bit of spaghetti sauce.

    Boil spaghetti with salt. After boiling the spaghetti (al dente, you don’t want it too soft cus you will be cooking it again), drain the water and remove the spaghetti from the pot. Add some olive oil to the pot and add the onions, garlic,cloves and thyme. Make sure not to let the onions and garlic burn. You want the oil to take on the flavor of the seasonings. Next, add your cut up hot dogs and sautee them for a few minutes. Add your spaghetti and let it cook in the olive oil for a few minutes as well. Add A LITTLE BIT of spaghetti sauce (you can also use the spaghetti sauce and a little ketchup to add a touch of sweetness), just enough for the spaghetti to take on an orange-ish color (i’m sure you know Haitian spaghetti is very dry and not at all saucy).Cover and cook a little bit longer. Before covering, you can add onions that will sort of steam. They won’t be soft, but they won’t be raw either.

    Hope it tastes like what you’re expecting. I LOVE Haitian Spaghetti w/ Avocado for breakfast.

    Try it w/ smoked herring. It’s good also.

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