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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.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
35 min
servings
total:
6 servings, 1-1/2 cups each
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posted:
9/25/2006
my family enjoyed this. the next time i make this i will add more spices.
posted:
9/25/2006
I made this recipe when my inlaws came over and my mother-in-law loved it and so did everyone else including the young kids. I didn't use mushrooms or red peppers and I used only 3 cups of water, because the amount suggested seemed like too much. I will definitely make it again...next time for my side of the family.
posted:
9/24/2006
This needs a touch of spice, I added 1 t. each of oregano, parsley, minced garlic, basil to the cooking mixture, and then sprinkled some italian seasoning and parmesan cheese on the top before baking. It came out perfect, just like that old Pasta Bake stuff, which I really loved.
posted:
9/22/2006
Taste like chili with pasta in it. Very disappointed.
posted:
9/20/2006
This dish actually tasted better the next day (hardier and more flavor). My family thought it was 'a little better than okay'. I personally thought it needed more seasoning. I added a liberal sprinkling of garlic SALT while it was cooking. It was easy to make.
posted:
9/19/2006
I liked it well enough to make again because it is so easy.
posted:
9/18/2006
I like this recipe because I don't have to cook the pasta....I hate cooking pasta! I doubled the recipe and held back one cup of water, so I could add a can of petite diced tomatos and one can of drained Rotel. For a different look, I used one package of Rotini pasta and one package of Penne Rigate pasta. We thought the juice that remained after cooking was great! It was thick enough for garlic bread dipping! Yummy!!
posted:
9/16/2006
This was kind of like watered-down spaghetti. My family didn't really like the flavor. Next time I'll make the sauce in one pan, and cook the noodles seperate, then combine it.
posted:
9/15/2006
Fast, easy to make and the whole family likes it
posted:
9/15/2006
We use ground turkey, and I browned it with some garlic. I was very good, and I will make it again. Since it is just my husband and myself, what was leftover I put in the freezer. Since most days we don't get home till 6:30, who wants to cook them. I'll take it out in the morning, then zap it in the microwave, fix a veggie and were all set.
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