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Classic Pasta Skillet

Classic Pasta Skillet recipe
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This pasta skillet is a classic for a reason. Ground beef, spaghetti sauce and rotini cook together before being joined by melty mozzarella at the end.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
35 min
servings
total:
6 servings, about 1-1/3 cups each
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posted:
7/2/2006
Very bland. I used lots of garlic salt and I still couldn't get good flavor out of it.
posted:
5/16/2006
this was very bland. It definately needed something else. I won't be making it again. It's similar to another recipe on this site, which calls for you to bake it. I think it's called easy pasta italian bake - that one was great.
posted:
5/11/2006
I made this recipe with spicy Italian sausage, marinara pasta sauce and colored rotini pasta. The sausage I bought came in links for the grill so I just cut the lining and removed the sausage. The recipe calls for a 1 lb of meat but I used 3 links which is about ¾ lb. Next time I am going to use less (½ lb) because it was still too much meat for me. Also I cooked my pasta separately, and then added it to the meat/sauce combo. I heated it up again and followed the rest of the recipe. I didn’t measure the mozzarella just stirred a small handful in, and then covered the top with some. One thing I forgot to do was season my meat, I am just a beginner cook and I sometimes forget. My fiancé’s only complaint was that it could have used some salt, which he added later. This recipe made more than enough food; I will make a smaller batch next time since it’s only the two of us. Also next time I will probably experiment with different sauces and meats.
posted:
4/3/2006
this was very good. i made it last night for my family, and all my kids eat it, and enjoyed it very much. and this a lot to say, because they are all very picky. would make this again.
posted:
3/29/2006
I have several picky eaters in my family. I made this one night as an easy throw together... and EVERYONE went back for seconds.. Even my picky 5 yr old daughter !!! I can't wait to make it again.
posted:
2/20/2006
This is a yummy and easy to make recipe. I like to make it for company and it have recieved rave reviews. It does make a lot of food, so there are often leftovers. As good as this meal is fresh, it is just as good reheated.
posted:
2/9/2006
WOW, was I surprised to find this today! I had used this recipe when I lived Ironton, Oh. about 3 yrs. ago and lost it in the move., I could not remember where I got the recipe from. I really liked it and had served it several time. A great quick meal and very easy.
posted:
1/24/2006
Great alternative to lasagna! Its quicker and easier than even the no boil kind. I love this recipe!
posted:
12/30/2005
I doctored up the sauce with more seasonings and included parmesan cheese as well. Even my picky toddler chowed it down.
posted:
12/6/2005
Like some of the previous makers I found the recipe to be very bland - even after adding spices! If I make it again I will likely change the meat to some sort of sausage and see if that makes a difference.
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