Got this from my friend Gina at work, from a 2/2007 Good Housekeeping magazine. She has a reputation for being a terrible housekeeper but she made this and brought it in for us for lunch and we were all pleased:D Great one dish meal for vegetarians or people not obsessed with meat. Use tomatoes in puree, pre-chopped if possible. I recommend using 1 can navy and 1 can garbanzos or small white beans. Serve with hot sauce on the side.
I know the title is somewhat vague, but this is what we called it growing up. This is a great recipe, because the ingredients are ones I often have on hand. It makes a lot and is very comforting. The cheese, pasta, tomato sauce and meat are a tried and true combination!
This is a super-simple recipe that I got off the back of a fettucini box and tried on my kids during their "picky months"...They LOVED it! It's so simple, I'm almost afraid to post it...But I wanted to save it because the kids ask for it a lot.
This is a delicious but simple recipe that's bursting with flavor! Also good for a quick meal and can easily be doubled for larger batches. I can honestly say that when we have these, there are never any leftovers.
We were brought up calling it slop growing up and it kinda looks like slop, but we all love to eat it and it's even better leftover. Call it whatever you want . . . no one asked you if you liked the title. Season to taste means exactly that . . . if someone who is eating this is on a salt-restricted diet, than make something a bit more healthy than a dish named Slop.