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One-Pot Salsa Beef Skillet

One-Pot Salsa Beef Skillet recipe
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It's hard to believe we got all this goodness into a one-pot skillet dish—but true! It has ground beef, mac and cheese, salsa—and more cheese.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 1-1/2 cups each
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posted:
3/12/2014
Precook your noodles a bit otherwise it takes forever! I added taco seasoning and it wasn't too bad
posted:
12/30/2013
Have you seen the sodium level for this recipe? Reason enough not to make this.
posted:
5/31/2013
Have made this twice with regular Kraft Mac & Cheese and really good. A keeper , also quick & easy when you need a meal in a hurry
posted:
4/3/2013
It was super easy and a hit with everyone! Love it!
posted:
2/19/2013
This recipe was a big hit at my house! I didn't add anything and it was delicious! I've been asked to make it again tonight:)
posted:
2/2/2013
Not a fan. Would not make again.
posted:
9/11/2012
So easy and very tasty. Makes alot of food so plenty of leftovers for my small family. My husband doesn't like things too spicy so instead of 1 cup salsa I use 1/2 cup.
posted:
8/29/2012
I gave this 4 stars because I altered it. I used a taco seasoning packet, a tsp chili packet, 8oz frozen corn (1cup), and about 1/2 cup mexi blend cheese, and a bit of salt and pepper. Yummy! Easy clean up with just one pot. Would be great with garlic bread. :)
posted:
6/3/2012
I wished I had read the reviews first, does need more spices or even use taco meat seasonings mix with it. It is easy to make and quick. Added both onions,red pepers and corn to it to pack more a veggie punch to it.
posted:
5/23/2012
Only thing it needs are mexican seasoning after browning the ground beef. Use chili powder, cumin and garlic powder. Or you can get an envelope of taco seasoning and add a couple of tablespoons. Very good recipe.
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