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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Barry Harshbarger 3 months ago
Easy and good, made 6 portioned lunches for the week
Rose Barton 8 months ago
Shaey 8 months ago
I very much like this!! I tweaked the recipe to be a little more fast serve and easy. Using the servings for two, Here are the tweaks I used; Instead of canned diced tomatoes, I cut up a small-medium tomato Added 1/2 of a chopped onion to combat acidity of tomato Some extra oregano 😉😉 Instead of baking, I cooked the noodles thoroughly, drained the water, and mixed the meat/sauce and cheese into the pot all together to save time. The result was a very American version of Goulash, but very homestyle!! Tweaks aside, I definitely recommend this for a low-budget, easy to make dinner that can feed many!!
Lori 8 months ago
I just made this last night.... I used basil tomato marina sauce ,,Worcestershire sauce, diced tomatoes , pepper, onion, and I always add a little sugar cause the tomatoes can be very acidic..... I make a big pot so there will be leftovers, Taste so much better the day after
FlawlessCulinaire 9 months ago
I did modify this recipe a bit. I cut the ingredients in half to be more sizable for 2. I also misread the ingredients originally so I didn’t have any tomato sauce. I used a 4 cheese pasta sauce that I already had instead. Everything else I kept the same.