Fettuccine with Meat Balls in Tomato Sauce

Fettuccine with Meat Balls
in Tomato Sauce
 I cooked this last few weeks ago for our weekend brunch.
My family loves to eat any kind of pasta.  They always can't get
enough of it.  Wanted more or 2nd helping after few hours.

Malaysia schools holiday will start tomorrow until end of this year 
and I just love it because the road traffic will be less and I do not need 
to wake up at 6.00 am.  Now I will have longer hour of sleep..Horay!
Same goes to my two young adults going to college.
Eventhough traffic will be less but shopping malls and places of interests
will be full of people (and don't forget the airports also).  
Well, we cannot have both, am I right?

Back to my wonderful recipe.

 I have extra Meat Balls which I frozen it.  
Take it out and thaw at room temperature.

One jar of ready made Original Tomato Sauce.

 Heat up 1 tablespoon of cooking oil and add the Meat Balls.
No need to cook it so long because your Meat Balls are already cooked.

 Once your Meat Balls already heated up, pour in the
ready made Tomato Sauce.

 Once you notice the sauce bubbling, turn off the fire.
Do not cook so long because the sauce will dry up.  Keep at aside.

Get ready one pot of boiling water with some added salt.
Add in the Fettuccine and cook until al dente.
Drain and toss with some of the boiled water from the pasta to avoid
the Fettuccine stick to each other.

Scoop some of the Meat Balls in Tomato Sauce into the 
drained Fettuccine and mixed well.

Now, you can cook this for your lovely family during this school holiday.
Am sure they will love it.  Mark my words for it.


Anonymous said…
"I cooked this last few weeks ago for our weekend brunch." At first I thought brunch? But on second thought, we do tend to cook a larger breakfast on weekends. That's part of the joy of weekends!
Phong Hong said…
Yuummy!!! Amy, now that I am officially in XL or XXL territory, I might as well eat what I like. Hah! Hah! This pasta dish of yours is very inspiring because of all pastas I love fettuccine maybe because it reminds me of koay teow. Bookmarked!

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