Jollibee Style Spaghetti

Jollibee Style Spaghetti is our version of the yummy Jollibee Spaghetti that everyone loves. The outcome of this recipe is a sweet delicious spaghetti that both kids and kids-at-heart will like.

This Jollibee Style Spaghetti recipe does not use any fancy ingredients. Just like any other spaghetti, this makes use of ground meat (pork), and a tomato based sauce (sweet Filipino style). The red juicy hotdogs and minced ham are important because it gives this dish a distinct flavor and appeal. The quickmelt cheese on top also helps to make the spaghetti have a richer flavor.

The secret in making a tasty spaghetti such as this is to simmer the sauce for a longer period. By doing this, all the flavor from the meat are extracted; it also releases lycopene from the tomato sauce. This is an anti-oxidant compound present in tomatoes.

Try this Jollibee Style Spaghetti Recipe. Let me know what you think.

Jollibee Spaghetti Recipe

Jollibee Style Spaghetti Recipe

Ingredients

  • 2 lbs. Spaghetti pasta
  • 3 (15 oz.) can tomato sauce
  • 1/2 cup tomato paste
  • 1 lb. minced ham
  • 1 1/2 lbs. ground pork
  • 6 to 8 pieces red hotdogs, sliced diagonally
  • 1/2 cup granulated white sugar
  • 1 medium yellow onion, minced
  • 2 teaspoons minced garlic
  • 2 cups beef broth
  • 1 cup shredded Velveeta cheese
  • 2 tablespoons cooking oil
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Cooking Procedure

  1. Cook the spaghetti pasta according to the package instructions. Drain and set aside.
  2. Heat the oil in a cooking pot.
  3. Saute the garlic and onion.
  4. Add the ham. Cook for 3 minutes.
  5. Put-in the ground pork. Cook for 3 to 5 minutes.
  6. Pour-in the tomato sauce and beef broth. Stir and let boil. Simmer for 60 minutes.
  7. Add the hotdogs and tomato paste. Stir and cook for 10 minutes or until the sauce thickens.
  8. Put-in the sugar, salt, and pepper. Stir until the ingredients are well incorporated.
  9. Arrange the spaghetti pasta in an individual plate. Pour the meat sauce over the pasta and top with cheese.
  10. Serve. Share and enjoy!

Number of servings (yield): 8

Watch the cooking video:

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Comments

  1. xianelle says:

    Nkaka miss ang pgkaing pinoy and finally i saw this..thank u for sharing ur knowledge about cooking..it really helps a lot..godbess!

  2. Thank you so much sir for sharing us your recipes.I followed more than 60 of your recipes this will help a lot in my carinderia….it suits the availability of its ingredients and the procedure are very easy to follow.The video serves as great help…..more power po,marami po akong natutunan sa inyo.God bless po!

  3. Gerome says:

    Preng, if you noticed when eating at the reataurant (jollibee) their spaghetti is a bit grainy. I think pro like you will notice it too. Lasang nilagyan ng liver or liver spread. Just my observation.

    • Preng Gerome, yup I see what you mean. It looks like potted meat or just a little hint of liver spread. It can be a good exercise to everyone out there to try and see if it will taste closer if a little liver spread will be added. I will do the same and will create a new post so that everyone will benefit with the experiment.

    • gerome says:

      Instead of using sugar…might try condensed milk for creamier result.

      peace:-) regards to all in IlL-Town

  4. You are a great help…i really don’t know how to cook but now i’m practicing….my hubby loves it and i share it also with my neighbors..they love it too..i just made Chicken Empanada and wola so perfect! Neighbors love it..keep sharing and Mabuhay ka!

  5. hello po! salamat for the yummy recipes ive tried cooking for my hubby and myself… were missing the jolly spag and im thinking of trying your recipe this weekend but i cant find velveeta cheese here in nz. is there another option po? pls pls pls help… thanx!

  6. Wen Entwistle says:

    I’ve recommended yout o so many of my friends, even to my non-filipino friends. Thank you so much for all the wonderful recipes here na Pinoy na Pinoy ang dating! Keep up the good work!!!

  7. Sheila Amor says:

    Thanks for the recipe im a Dietician here in ksa and a mom too jst discovered your site so far amazed by your cooking skills simple but tasteful. I just modified pork into other meat because of the unavailability of it. Thank you. GOD BLESS. .

  8. Jiemary says:

    Since i found this site it makes my life easier i dont know how to cook before. Im very happy and started cooking at home instead of going out to eat, my husband like the way i cook filipino food. Your site is a helpul lot of choices of recipe and most of the ingredients is not hard to find..

  9. euralyn labaniego says:

    ok lng po ba kahit walang beef broth?

  10. Hi! My girls loved the jolibee spaghetti. Though I made some changes to it… I didn’t use the hotdog, adjusted to 1/4 cup white sugar and used spam for the ham bec that was what’s available in my pantry but still turned out great. You helped me a lot in preparing delicious meals for my family. Kudos to you and please continue posting videos and whatever recipes you have because you never know how many moms you’ve helped around the world. May God bless you.

    • Thanks for your feedback, Edna. This information will be useful to everyone here.

      As I always suggest, it is absolutely OK to tweak the recipes according to your preference, or based on the ingredients that you have at present.

  11. Hi!

    Actually I don’t cook. I don’t even know how to cook! Last year, it was my birthday and I was looking for a pasta recipe online and this page really helped me a lot!!! I tried your Lasagna and voila!!! Everybody enjoyed my recipe!!! They were amazed cause they’re aware that I don’t know how to cook!! This day, I am planning to cook pasta again cause yesterday was my birthday. I will try your Jollibee Style Spaghetti later this afternoon and I hope everybody will love it again!!!

    P.S.
    Is it ok if you email me privately the brands you use because I really don’t know what to use cause again I don’t cook. I am just inspired by you so I hope you could help me with this. :)

  12. #maricel says:

    Thanks a lot for sharing this recipe.God bless you.

  13. uller says:

    thanks for sharing your recipe sir!! keep up the good work

  14. mary ann hernandez says:

    Thank you so much po.more success po sa website nio ang gnda po at ang sasarap ng recipe.god bless po.

  15. mary ann hernandez says:

    Hello tanong ko lang po.ung 2 cups po ng beef broth pwede po b ung knorr cubes tutunawin nlng sa tubig?ilan po kyang knorr cubes un?salamat po sna po reply kau.

  16. Most of the best recipes I’ve used are yours. I especially like how simple and precise your instructions are. I barely have to tweak it to pattern my own taste buds. I love this recipe as well as your banana bread and leche flan. I have tried most of the chicken recipes as well. Thank you because of your recipes I can now (somehow) cook decent meals not just for myself but for my family. :)

  17. Hi! I’m a 23-year old nurse who don’t have the luxury of time to cook my meals. But when I do, I’d Google recipes and it would lead me to your website.

  18. dennis guanzon says:

    Hello sir.
    Merry Christmas.
    You are a big help po sa isang taong tulad ko na di marunong magluto! Hehehe
    Pano ba gawin yung beef broth sir? Sorry for having no idea.:)
    Thank you and more power.

  19. may i ask lang po, anu pong mga brand ng tomato sauce ang pedeng gamitin?

  20. Danica says:

    Hello

    I wanted to try the recipe, but not sure where can I find ingredients here in the UK.
    Hotdog – i dnt think i can get our purefoods red hotdog over here,

    For the mince ham – is that the maling? if yes then i can just mince that then.
    the tomato sauce is that del monte spaghetti tomato sauce?
    Many thanks!

    • Danica, the ham in this recipe refers to regular ham. you can use black forest ham, honey ham and other similar types. Ma-Ling is not ham; I think that it is referred to as luncheon meat.

  21. Sir, I’m in UAE and I’ve tried your Jollibee style spag and it’s perfect. Thank you so much! I’ve been a fan. I’ll be trying your max fried chicken tonight. Do you have a recipe of rum cake? Please do post sir as Christmas is coming. Thank you

  22. Reca Jane Jaranilla says:

    This recipe is amazing..tried it and my Pinoy friends here in Gambia loved it so much..feels like we’re back in Philippines..thanks for sharing..been following your recipes online and we love it…

  23. tin griego says:

    thank you so much for this recipe sir..my boyfriend and i loves spaghetti so much especially the one on jollibee..we always miss it eating together coz he’s a police officer assigned in a very rem0te brgy. his only wish for his b-day is for me to co0k him spaghetti.i am very much sure that this one ‘s a hit! so excited to cook.thanks a lot sir.Godbless!

  24. Hello, I have been watching your videos when I was still in the Philippines. I just found out that you are in the US. I just moved to the US myself and was wondering if I can ever cook Filipino food here or if the ingredients are going to be hard to find. I tried cooking simple Pinoy foods here but am very inspired by your video that I can cook kare kare here! I am inspired and in the next few weeks and months, I will cook the more complicated Pinoy recipes you recommended or featured in your website. I guess I just have to find bagoong here in the US. I will definitely try the Jollibee sphagetti since there is no Jollibee in Maryland. Thank you for showing me that cooking Pinoy food in the US is possible..I find that cooking Pinoy food makes me less home sick. Pinoy food is the best!

  25. manny paule says:

    thanks to ur recipes many kababayan you help god bless you yes its true you are the best chef
    I hv small bakery and now I do cater also to ur recipes thanks again the lord give you back

  26. michelle says:

    Pwd po ba ung spaghetti sauce sweet style?

  27. sir, ang dami ko po talaga natututunan sa inyo ^^… salamat ng marami sa lahat….
    btw, tanong ko narin kung tulad dito sa middle east walang pork… possible parin ba na mahabol yung jollibee taste ng spaghetti??? or meron po kayang alternative way para makuha yung taste ^^ thanks po

  28. Wow! Spaghetti jollibee style really look yummy I will definitely subok talaga. I learn so much talaga sa panlasang pinoy even my colleague went to your site and try some of your recipe coz they try my cooking which is from your site and they love it. Pls. Continue posting new recipe . I really appreciate what your doing you teaching so many people who don’t know how to cook and I’m one of them .God bless Panlasangpinoy.

    • Maricel, thanks for the nice words. Don’t worry, I will try to push myself harder to provide more recipes that you guys will enjoy.

  29. Norman says:

    Honestly, you’re still the best cook for me.:-). I love Filipino dishes.
    My wife married me because of my cooking ability too hehe..
    And this i owe to your great cooking style which I’ve learned a lot from you sir.
    More power and God Bless!

  30. Janice says:

    Thanks for this recipe! My kids loved my spaghetti already but this is something I need to try as well!! i salute ive tried many of your recipes and so far are all successfully tasty and delish!!! Keep it up! Thanks a million!

  31. Thanks a lot for sharing. I really learned a lot from your cooking style, very clear instructions and easy to follow.

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