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Spaghetti Tacos Recipes

Spaghetti tacos - it's what's for dinner

Spaghetti tacos go gourmet.

It seems that spaghetti tacos are all the rage these days.  While parents of tv-watching tweens have long known about the spaghetti taco dish featured on the hit show iCarly, the New York Times has just discovered it.  Earlier this week, they ran a piece in which kids and parents alike sang the praises of this funky food combination.

Now we all want to know how to make spaghetti tacos.  You could go by the recipe from the iCarly show, but that’s really less a recipe than an instruction (put spaghetti in taco and eat).  Why not get a little gourmet with your spaghetti tacos?

Because there’s more than one way to fill a taco shell with pasta, we bring you spaghetti taco recipes for the foodie.

Better Homes and Gardens – You can’t eat this one with your hands, but it’s got all the makings of classic spaghetti tacos.

Chew on That – Olive oil and sea salt give these spaghetti tacos lots of flavor.

Vegancognito – That’s right!  You don’t have to eat meat to enjoy spaghetti tacos.

The Barefoot Kitchen Witch – What’s better than spaghetti tacos?  How about spaghetti tacos with meatballs?

If you’ve got a special way to make spaghetti tacos, we’d love to have the recipe!

Image:  Francesco Tonelli for The New York Times

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