Olive Garden's Spaghetti Sauce

Ingredients:
2 pounds ground round
2 tablespoons oil
1 can stewed tomatoes - (14 oz) -- cut up
6 ounces V-8 juice
1 jar Prego spaghetti sauce - (16 oz)
1 envelope onion soup mix
1/2 cup grape jelly
Cooking Directions:
Brown meat in oil until pink color disappears. Crumble with fork. Stir
in tomatoes, V-9 juice, Prego, soup mix and grape jelly. Cook,
stirring
often, 15 to 20 minutes or until jelly melts and sauce is piping hot.
This recipe yields enough sauce for 6 to 8 servings.

11 comments:

Askinstoo said...
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Michelle said...

definitly sounds intresting that for sure,has me wanting to try it,Has me wondering how it whould taste

ham man said...

ok here is my comment,
i tried this receipe and followed it exactly except for the 1/4 grape jelly. my family just loved it.. it was even better left over..

give it a try

fran said...

I have been making this for a couple years now. i bet olive garden misses me now..

Erin said...

Love it!!!! I am going to try and can it with out the meat. Then it will be a delicious meal for the family when we are busy during the week:)

Claude said...

This is the only Spaghetti Sauce I make anymore. Have used it for a couple of years now.

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Kristi said...

Don't add the grape jelly...it made it waaay too sweet! But without the jelly it is pretty good, however it tastes nothing like olive garden's meat sauce!

Anonymous said...

Not much taste, at all. I would cut the jelly in half. I had to add seasoning, garlic and more Prego and V8. I do like the grape jelly idea since I usually add a little sugar to my spaghetti sauce.

Anonymous said...

The amount of salt in this recipe is outrageous. The onion soup is pure salt. I made it and everyone complained it was too salty tasting. It tastes nothing like the Olive Garden recipe so why it's being sold as that is beyond me. Save yourself a headache and humiliation and don't make this recipe.

Anonymous said...

I SURE DO GET A BIG KICK OUT OF SOME OF THES COMMENTS BUT SOUNDS LIKE TO ME SOME AMATURE COOKD!!!