As a Filipina who loves eating her mom's home cooking, I wanted to learn how to make the native food that my mom makes. Since my mom doesn't follow a recipe and cooks by tasting and adjusting I had to do the same. She gave me the ingredients and an estimate of how much she uses for each ingredient and from there I had to taste and adjust the flavor. There ARE variations of Filipino spaghetti, but the elements that make it Filipino are the hotdogs and sweetness that goes into the spaghetti. I personally am not a big fan of the hotdogs in the spaghetti, which is why I didn't include it in the Filipino spaghetti that I made. I've listed the ingredients below (without measurements) just so you can get an idea of what Filipino spaghetti is like.
Hunts pasta sauce (traditional/four cheese)
Jufran banana ketchup (I like the spicy one)
Red bell pepper
Ground meat (pork or beef)
Salt & Pepper
Grated cheese to top at the end (I decided not to add any to mine)