Sweet Filipino Spaghetti

I have quite a large extended family and after many years of having a small dining table, I finally bought one big enough to accommodate them all! So to christen the new dining table, we had feasts from foods of our respective countries. I made idlis and coconut chutney using the Thermomix for my husband’s family (the recipe is in Dani Valent’s In The Mix cookbook) and I made this for my family’s Filipino feast.  Similar to the Leche Flan I posed earlier, Filipino Spaghetti is a staple at any party. It’s not like the Italian version which is full of aromatic herbs; this type of spaghetti is sweet. This type of spaghetti is also sold at popular Filipino fast food outlets McDonalds and Jollibee. Happy childhood memories fill my mind when I eat this and I’m so glad my kids enjoy it too.


Prep and Cooking Time – 30 mins | Serves – 6


– 8 Frankfurt’s (375g), pre-boiled and sliced diagonally
– 500g dried pasta
– 100g tasty cheese, in 2cm cubes
– 1 onion
– 2 cloves of garlic
– 20g TM vegetable stock
– 500g ground / minced pork
– 80g caster sugar
– 90g tomato paste
– 450g tomato sauce



Add cubed cheese to TM bowl and grate 8 sec / speed 9. Set aside grated cheese.

Cook dried pasta according to packet instructions. Once cooked, set aside in a serving dish / ThermoServer to keep warm.

Chop onion and garlic 3 sec / speed 7.

Add stock plus mince pork and sauté 5 mins / 100oC / counter-clockwise operation / Gentle stir setting

Add sugar, tomato paste and ketchup. Continue cooking 15 mins / 100oC / counter-clockwise operation / Gentle stir setting

When finished, add sliced Frankfurts into the TM bowl and using the spatula, gently mix the Frankfurts into the sauce.

Pour sauce over cooked pasta and top with grated cheese.


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