Jims Galley

Jims Galley

Friday, January 7, 2011

Pirate Pete's Spicy Galley Spaghetti

Here is a quick and easy recipe for the galley that is sure to warm up your boat guest on a cold January day at the dock. This recipe is contributed by captain Pirate Pete and he made it for all of us at a dinner party last night. This is not your usual Italian spaghetti dish by any means, but it is very good and you should try it for sure. Everyone loved it!
Country sausage
Italian sausage
Ground Beef
1 pack of chili mix
can of mushrooms
can of large pitted black olives
Three cans of spaghetti sauce.
Crushed red peppers
Olive oil

Brown meats and drain then put in a saucepot. Add schrooms and olives and all tomato sauce. Use some water or red wine to thin out the sauce if necessary. Heat on medium.

Cook the noodles for about 8 minutes then let stand on a low simmer for 10 minutes. During this time add crushed red pepper into the water as well as Olive oil. Drain when done.

Serve topped with fresh cheddar, motz, and parm on top.

Spicy and delicious, and very easy! Try it in your Galley sometime, it will heat the boat up real quick!!
Jim B

Baugh's Garlic Bread Baguette


Served with Baugh Baguette's stuffed with roasted Garlic.
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