9 Reviews

This was good and easy to make. I used canned petite diced tomatoes and drained them and used Robusto Italian dressing but followed the rest of the recipe as written. My hubby thought it needed more dressing and added more to his serving. We all enjoyed this.

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bmcnichol September 04, 2012

My family loves this and that makes me very happy...especially for those days when I have little time to cook! Instead of the smoked turkey breast, I use Al Fresco's sun-dried tomato chicken sausages. After chopping them up into bite-sized pieces, I usually brown them in the skillet (but since they come fully cooked, it's not necessary). Great taste with very little effort. Thanks so much for submitting!!

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Jug O'Mud October 17, 2009

Easy and delicious. A kid pleaser too! My husband took one bite and his face lit up and after a few mouthfuls he managed to say "this is really good!" I bought a "slab" of smoked turkey at the deli counter, used a pint of grape tomatos - cut in half and some nice parmesan. It was so fresh looking and tasting, and since I keep most of the ingredients on hand, I'll make this whenever the smoked turkey is on sale. Next time I will try some variations on the dressing, since I usually make my own.

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more time momma March 11, 2009

This was delicious and ready in 15 minutes. I did make one change, since it is winter, instead of fresh tomatoes, I used a 14-ounce can of diced tomatoes, drained. Thanks for posting, Ugogirl. Will make again. Sue

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SweetSueAl December 29, 2007

This is so easy! I had some black olives left from another recipe, I added them. It was okay, but the original was better.

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szoconn August 30, 2007

Quick, easy, nutritious and tasty - what else could you want?! I cut this down to one serving using 2 ounces whole-wheat spaghetti, 2 Tablespoons fat-free zesty Italian dressing, 1 medium sized tomato, deli-sliced turkey cut into strips and 1 tablespoon parmesan cheese. Next time I will leave out the parmesan cheese just because I like the flavor of the dressing more than the cheesy taste. I made it as directed, but I imagine this could be refrigerated and then eaten cold and still taste delicious. This is very filling and very satisfying. I looked around my refrigerator for something else to throw in, and I'm glad I couldn't find anything because this was just perfect the way it is!

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TexasHurricane August 30, 2007

This was soooooo good! I had to buy sliced smoked turkey, so I cut it into thin strips. But it was so delicious. I couldn't believe something so simple and quick to make could taste so good. Thank you so so much!

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billikers September 29, 2006

This is a weeknight winner for sure. I made the following changes: Used whole wheat pasta, used more pasta in proportion to the dressing (I used a whole 13.25 oz. box of Ronzoni Healthly Harvest rotini), used halved grape tomatoes unseeded, and added 8oz baby spinach at the end, mixed till just wilted for the color and extra vitamins.

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DinnerBelle September 15, 2006

This was so simple and quite good for the ease and timeliness of the recipe. I didn't have any italian dressing in the house so I used Kraft's Roasted Red Pepper and Parmesan dressing and it was fine.

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dunebuggy8 July 24, 2006
15 Minute Pasta Combo