Here's a thick, hearty sauce that turns ordinary spaghetti and garlic bread into a filling feast. When I'm in a hurry, I make this slow cooker recipe in an electric frying pan instead. —Mary Tallman, Arbor Vitae, Wisconsin
Trudie Reed of Orange, California relies on this made-in-minutes main dish quite often. "You don't even have to precook the spaghetti," she notes. "Served with a green salad and garlic bread, it makes a quick-and-easy supper."
Chili powder and cumin give a mild Mexican flavor to this colorful one-skillet supper sent in by Beth Coffee of Hartford City, Indiana. With chunks of fresh zucchini, it's a nice change of pace from typical spaghetti dishes.