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VELVEETA® Tuna Pasta Skillet

VELVEETA® Tuna Pasta Skillet recipe
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This is a great recipie! fast to make and very easy! My husband loved this dish! One thing I will change next time is put a bit less of the italian seasoning, I didn't l...read more
posted by
olechka_86
on 4/17/2007
time
prep:
10 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
6 servings, 1-1/3 cups each
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posted:
12/4/2006
I used peas instead of corn and cherry tomatoes instead of regulars but it came out great! It made the regular shells and cheese pale in comparison :)
posted:
11/22/2006
Also as a single college student, this recipe was delicious and fit into my budget just fine! I made it with the tomatoes and onions, even though I don't like tomatoes, but it came out so good! It was so easy to make!!!
posted:
11/12/2006
As a single college student with very little money this recipe was perfect. I was able to eat it for dinner all week long and it tasted great! I left out the tomato and onion because I don't like them and I had to add some extra water because my pasta started to dry out. Other than that I will be making this recipe again tomorrow night!
posted:
6/14/2006
This was great, but I used shell pasta and they did not get soft enough while boiling with the recomended water and they started to burn to the pot. Other than that I would add some onion and more seasoning. Very fast!!
posted:
4/17/2006
Have made this several times. I have substituted the regular tomatoes with 1/2 can Italian seasoned diced tomatoes (drained) and it gave it an excellent flavor.
posted:
3/15/2006
first off, i didn't use the tomatoes, green onions, or the italian seasoning. i substituted Tony Cachere's (cajun seasoning) for the italian. i had to add water during cooking so the noodles/cheese wouldn't stick. all in all, it was very good, especially served with garlic toast on the side.
posted:
8/20/2005
My family and I thought this was good. It was plenty for 2nd's and 3rd helpings! I will definitely do this again, but this time for a party or family gathering. YUMMY!
posted:
8/15/2005
Something in this recipe did not agree with my stomach.
posted:
7/5/2005
I love this recipe! not only does my whole family like it, but its simple to make and quick enough to make for my parents and sister when i come home from work. The only thing that i do differently is that i add 1 more cup of water to the boiling pasta and i add more cheese. Yummy!
posted:
5/28/2005
The Italian seasoning was a bit too much for me and the kids. Next time I'll probably use a lot less or omit it altogether.
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