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Italian Pasta Skillet

Italian Pasta Skillet recipe
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For those nights when you have only 15 minutes to please everyone, this cheesy Italian Pasta Skillet will be your new best friend.
5 min
35 min
4 servings
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Just needed a little bit more salt for my taste but apart from that my hubby liked it...
It had the taste and consistancy of canned spaghetti, which no one in the family eats. The flavor was ok - and might have been improved with the green pepper - but I wouldn't make it again. I did use our regular brand of sauce but it didn't win over any one at the table.
I used the red pepper that is suggested, tasted great in this dish, also added red onion and some spices at the end because just following the recipe was a little bland...but with the changes I thought it was very good and very simple!
This is a very bland meal. Nothing special about it.
I love this recipe! The only thing i did different was use a Tomato & Basil sauce.
This was so good and so easy to make. I will definately be making this again. My whole family gobbled it up.
This was a great quick and simple recipe. My whole family loved it. I would say it is more than 4 servings though. I did not add the green peppers, but I may choose to next time.
My family loved it, I have two little girls (5 and 3) they never repeat plate, this time they even clean the pot with their little fingers.
This was alright. Nothing extrodinary or out of the ordinary...but really good none the less. I slimmed it WAY up. My only problem was i used a whole wheat linguine and must not of broken it up well enough because it stuck together but it was good. And made 4 very big portions.
After reading all the comments, I decided that I should try this recipe with a few minor adjustments. Here they are: First I sweated about 1/3 cup of onion in 2 tbs of olive oil. After about 5 minutes I added two cloves of garlic, chopped fine. After about 30 seconds (or until the garlic was aromatic) I added 1 lb of ground chicken. I then added a pinch of Italian Seasoning. I cooked on medium until the chicken was brown. I then followed the recipe. During the last 3 minutes of cooking I added a handful of cherry tomatoes, cut in half. I didn't use the peppers because my husband doesn't like them. This turned out great. My husband and son asked for seconds.
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