I found this via a search ingredients on hand site. I changed it up with ground turkey, chili powder, fresh garlic, and browned the meat with jamaican jerk. Became an instant hit. Now this is the dish I make for all fall parties.
My family didn't care for this one. Like another reviewer, my hubby thought this came out of a box like Hamburger Helper and he teased me about it- "Oh, I see we're doing the 'just-add-water' cooking now!" It was kind of a mess and just not tasty enough.
Was extremely easy to make!! I made just as directed, and the results were great. Not only did it look great, but everyone said that it tasted good too. Will definitely make again b/c of the ease of preparation.
Like the other reviews it was not very pretty. Flavor was ok.. but my family did not really care for it. It was a quick easy meal though. Husband thought just a step up from Hamburger Helper
One of the first recipes we made on this site and thought it was delicious. If you use a chunky spaghetti sauce that's thick, it's not so soupy, and you have to make sure you drain the fat off the meat completely! The crescent roll on top was great, made up for the noodles! We used low fat sour cream and it was great. The leftovers were better than any I've had before.
A fairly tasty meal, but not pretty to look at - turned out more like soup with a cust on top for some reason. Using (16 oz.) no-fat sour cream was my only change but don't think it's totally to blame for the soupiness. I personally liked the sour cream flavor but my family did not.
Not really a lasagna, but still an easy dinner. I used my own homemade spaghetti sauce and didn't change a thing about the recipe. It wasn't pretty to look at, but did have a nice flavor and was quite filling. We served this with a tossed salad for a simple weeknight dinner.
To my surprise this tastes like yummy rich lasagna! Easy and takes a short time to make. I used two and a half teaspoons of Italian Seasoning evenly distributed over the cheddar cheese. I will be making this again!