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All In One Pot Saucy Pasta

All-in-One-Pot Saucy Pasta recipe
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Our ground beef and pasta dish is a weeknight winner—a one-pot wonder, ready to eat in just 35 minutes.
20 min
35 min
6 servings, 1-1/2 cups each
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This recipe was ok. When I made it, I didn't use the onions as my husband is not an onion fan. I did added garlic powder though. It still was pretty bland. I used other noodles rather than the rotelle it called for. I suppose I will try it again perhaps with the onions and more spices to give it more flavor.
Love this recipe! Very easy and always turns out good!
this was good next time i would probably leave the pepper out, although i liked it my children picked it out. I also added extra cheese and it needed salt.
This was an good recipe to have for a quick lunch or dinner. I used a large poblano pepper and added my favorite spices including garlic salt. I'd make this again with different peppers, cheeses and spices for a different take on a now favorite recipe.
Another family favorite. I subsitute 1 package of sweet italian turkey sausage for the lean ground beef, it adds wonderful flavor and a kick of spice.
Very good! Easy to make!!! Didn't add red pepper and was still tasty. If you freeze, undercook a little so the pasta doesn't turn mushy when reheated.
Easy to make & very good. Did not use peppers nor onions. Added black pepper & garlic salt for flavor. Substituted alfredo sauce.
My husband loved this recipe and wants me to make it again. It did need a little salt, but very tasty.
This meal was quick and very easy to prepare. I agree with the cook who said it does need a little more flavor, so I added some garlic powder. I also served it with some garlic bread. This dish is very similar to the way I make American chop souey, but easier and taste better. My family loved it. I will also add this to my recipe box!
I read the reviews ahead of time and they were right: it does need some help on flavor, a bit of garlic and pepper did it for me. Other than that this dish was everything I expected! Delicious, perfect amount for my boyfriend and I to fill up and both have leftovers for lunch! If you feed more than two and want leftovers, I suggest doubling the portions, and also making it in a larger stew pot is a little easier in avoiding messes with the sauce. This one's definitely going in my family recipe book!
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