No, I do not.
Um. Pasta sauce has sugar in it...so technically some people unwittingly do.
If you're making homemade spaghetti sauce a little bit of sugar cuts down the acidity in the tomatoes, if you buy pre-made sauce there's no need to add sugar. To answer your question, no I do not put sugar in my spaghetti sauce, because I'm too lazy to make homemade sauce.
My mum puts brown sugar in her homemade spaghetti sauce, along with afew big cans chunky tomato (rather than traditional spaghetti sauce), cheddar cheese, a packet of sloppy joes, ground beef, garlic powder, onion, green peppers, and mushrooms.
I always add a little brown sugar to Bolognaise sauce when I am making it for Spaghetti Bolognaise, so in that sense, yes. (Anyone want the recipe?)
I put parmesean in my spaghetti
No, I do not put sugar in my spaghetti. I do not know anyone
who does so. However, I do add a little when I make the tomato sauce. It
decreases the acidity. You can include sugar in your sauces as long as you do
not utilise too much. Unless you are trying
to make a dessert or something.