Spaghetti Pie

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This recipe is fantastic. Make it today. Don’t wait. Just look at the website photos and see how tall and thick and rich and delicious this spaghetti pie is going to be when you have finished making it. And this is the kind of dish that can sit on the counter for people as they run in and out of their daily lives, and grab a slice. Of course, it is beautiful enough to also sit on the table for Sunday dinner. Either way, it is a sumptuous blend that is also economical to make. Try this recipe soon!

It starts with preparing the spaghetti, which in this recipe, is used already cooked. Do not over cook spaghetti. It is a high carbohydrate food and so diabetics and others concerned about their glycemic index need to cook their pasta only to el dente; that is, until the pasta is barely cooked. That keeps the spaghetti, a high carbohydrate food, but lower on the glycemic index, from being absorbed in to the body too quickly and causing a sugar spike. Portion control is also another issue, especially for diabetics. So cook that pasta only until it is barely tender, or el dente. The rest of the ingredients come together easily as they should. Be sure to include the garlic, listed on the recipe as optional. Garlic is an amazingly good food to eat. And it’s healing and health supporting elements are improved if you let it sit a few minutes after you have chopped or crushed it before using it. Garlic is a great source of selenium, vitamins B6 and C, as well as manganese and plenty of other components. It also supports heart health and is loaded with anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatories. This is a lovely recipe made with plenty of great seasonings, herbs, and spices. Make this recipe to spec, including the garlic that is listed as optional. Your family will love this dish.Find out how to make this recipe and many others at the website Pinch of Yum.

Nutrition Facts for: Spaghetti Pie From Pinch of Yum
Ingredients: Spaghetti, olive oil, yellow onion, garlic cloves, celery, carrots, spinach, dried basil, dried oregano, nutmeg, salt, ricotta cheese, eggs, tomato sauce, cheese.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings. * Per serving: Calories 364, Calories from Fat 119, Total Fat 13.2g 20%, Saturated Fat 6.4g 32%, Cholesterol 114mg 38%, Sodium 690mg 29%, Potassium 634mg 18%, Carbohydrates 43.1g 14%, Dietary Fiber 2.4g 10%, Sugars 6.0g, Protein 19.1g, Vitamin A 99% , Vitamin C 17%, Calcium 29%, Iron 20%

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