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Saucy Beef Noodle Skillet

Saucy Beef Noodle Skillet recipe
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Delectable beef, saucy diced tomatoes and chopped green peppers team up with zesty dressing to make this ramen noodle skillet something special.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 1-3/4 cups each
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posted:
9/21/2007
this was the worst meal I've prepared in a long time. I think it needs different noodles. I will not be making this again
posted:
9/21/2007
My whole family like this recipe very much, it is a keeper. This is a quick and easy dinner to make. I am always on the run so it is nice to find a good and quick dinner.
posted:
9/21/2007
why does it say to use beef noodles and then it says discard or save the beef seasoning? pretty dumb if you ask me. i didn't like this recipe at all...the kids thought it was alright but...i won't make it again.
posted:
9/21/2007
I made this last night. I omitted the green peppers because I didn't have them, and I added a little Italian Seasoning for some extra flavor. I have to say that this was the first and last time I will ever try Ramen Noodles. It was disgusting. The base of the recipe was actually very good, though. I think next time I try it, I will use a different type of pasta. It was quick and easy, which is a plus with 4 kids, but the texture and taste of the noodles just ruined it for me. I will definitely make it again, but maybe with bowtie pasta next time.
posted:
9/20/2007
This was a unique combination we enjoyed very much. I cut the recipe in half for us but still used 2 packages of noodles. My husband said it was like having the boxed dinners you add a pound of beef to but without all the MSG. I did add some green onion and garlic for more flavor and substituted fresh tomatoes from the garden for the canned. Husband added soy sauce to his. Quick and easy. Will make again.
posted:
9/20/2007
I cooked the green peppers with the ground beef to make them 'softer'. I also spiced it up with salt, a splash of hot sauce & soy sauce. The soy made it taste like Chinese noodles. VERY tasty, quick, & affordable!
posted:
9/20/2007
This recipe was okay. I added some onions and some cayanne pepper as well as some garlic salt. It didn't really taste bad, but it wasn't the greatest. My toddler aged kids really liked the noodles, but my husband wasn't a big fan. I doubt I'll make it again.
posted:
9/20/2007
This recipe was so easy and tasty. We made the chicken version and I added a little cumin to the dish. My kids loved it!!
posted:
9/19/2007
A good, basic recipe. I made some substitutes (ground turkey for beef, shell pasta for ramen noodles) - cuts the fat by a lot. Then added more spices (salt, pepper, Italian seasoning, garlic powder) and lots of minced garlic - my husband loved it and he is Italian. What does that tell you? ;) If you use pasta, I would suggest upping water to at least 2 cups to give the pasta some floating room.
posted:
9/19/2007
I loved this even though I do not like Ramen noodles as package prepared. I think a little onion and maybe a clove of garlic would also be good, however, we really liked the basic recipe. It was quick and easy as well as great tasting.
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