Becoming a new housewife can be quite a challenge. There is so much expected of a wife in so many different cultures. One thing that is set in all cultures and expected of the woman, will be cooking. When you get married, one of the biggest expectations is to know how to cook. In a Hispanic culture, women are the matriarch of the home. They are expected to carry all loads of the household, along with all the other members of the families. Some suggestions for women marrying into the Hispanic culture, learn to cook, or have at least two dishes to start with. You can order pizza, and watch the grandmother not eat a single slice. This is frowned upon. Suppose there was a new addition born into the neighbor's home across the street, a packaged lasagna that can be frozen and reheated at another time, would be totally appreciated. Once you begin with one recipe, it gets easier to add to your list of recipes. So, begin with a somewhat easy to remember recipe.
The very first step in this recipe- following process. Will be preparation. Preparation is huge. Having all your ingredients, and all of your materials needed for the recipe on hand will be effective, throughout the entire process. It helps to set up all ingredients, in an orderly fashion, or by sequence of the recipe. For example, spices and ingredients that have to be measured out and combined. Should be set up in chronological order with the necessary measuring cup or spoon. Next to the bowl or pot that will be used to combine or cook the ingredients. This also applies to the setup of the pots, pans, and baking dish. Set them up in a comfortable, but effective order. The list of ingredients needed for this recipe is:.
1 lb. (pound) of Italian sausage.
2 lbs. of ground beef.
½ cup of onion, minced.
2 cloves of garlic, crushed.
1 (28 oz.) can crushed tomatoes.
2 (6 oz.) cans of tomato paste.
2 (6.5 oz.) cans of canned tomato sauce.
½ cup of water.
2 T (tablespoons) sugar.