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Pronto Saucy Pasta Skillet

Pronto Saucy Pasta Skillet recipe
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Need a tasty meal, pronto? This mix-and-match skillet recipe lets you match a saucy pasta with your choice of meat, veggies and cheese.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
2/16/2005
WOW! So fast and easy! I made the pork chop version and it was delicious. You better believe I'll be making the other versions too, the possibilities are endless. My only tip would be... less dressing the second time around. It ended up a bit soupy, but regardless was delicious!
posted:
2/2/2005
My husband loves this dish. I will surely make this again!!
posted:
10/7/2004
Love it. Tried it with different kinds of dressing too. Ceasar is great. Extra parmesan cheese in all varieties is excellent. Huge crowd pleaser. Good as leftovers too.
posted:
9/14/2004
I love the mix-n-match recipes and this one is great! I made a version using cheese-stuffed ravioli, fresh spinach & mushrooms, and Kraft Three Cheese Ranch Dressing. It was wonderful!
posted:
8/31/2004
I was surprised at how easy it was to make. My kids loved it and even asked for seconds. This a wonderful recipe with the beef sirloin steak.
posted:
6/27/2004
I tried all of these recipes. They are all very good. I found that I had to cut almost half of the dressing that the recipe calls for, or else it ended up too soupy.
posted:
6/2/2004
I made this dish for my husband and his friend, and they both raved over it. I found it easy, and the combinations are almost endless.
posted:
4/15/2004
The chicken one is great. A different taste and variety from the regular pasta dishes.
posted:
2/13/2004
I enjoyed this recipe very much. I made the pork chop version and served it with some toasted garlic bread, and got compliments from everyone in my family. I used thinner porkchops than it called for, but all in all it was very good. I will definately make this recipe again!
posted:
1/24/2004
I made the beef sirloin version. The meat had to cook at least 2x's the amount shown in the recipe. It was delicious when it was finally done.
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