Yummy and easy to make. I halved the salt because it seemed like too much but next time I won't because it needs the full amount. I added a chopped green pepper because I had to use it up. I also topped my plate with some crumbled cheddar and it was great. I loved the fact that I did not need to precook the pasta.
This was disgusting-not the flavor of the sauce, I did my own seasoning, but the noodles were like eating glue. I added water repeatedly, trying to thin it out but it was the noodles themselves that I couldnt stand. They were thick (and I used angel hair pasta) and just...gross. I had three bites and couldnt even bring myself to eat it.
I tried this recipe today and it was great!!! Will be cooking this one again....
Absolutely the worst way to do spaghetti. Noodles are not made to be cooked in a crockpot . It turned out very chewing with a glue/bubblegum like texture. I am a highly decorated very experienced chef so I assure you there was no user error. I love a good crockpot recipe, but spaghetti is not ment to be done this way. It is extremely disappointing when you spend all day cooking something slowly in a crockpot , and then when you add the noodles for the last hour it ruins all of your hard work . Save yourself from this catastrophic failure.
I put this together this morning for dinner tonight and after about 5 hours, it looked like it was drying out. I added 1/2 cup of water and went about my errands. It turned out pretty good, although mom said it was bitter. Dad and I enjoyed it though. Thanks for the easy tasty recipe!
What a great recipe. I do agree that it needs a bit more zip but I followed the recipe as is and it was still great. Next time I will add some fresh garlic, onions, and a bit of crushed pepper flakes to the meat when it cooks and be a bit more careful about the hour cooking time on the pasta. Really a great recipe though a definate repeat.
This reminded me of a recipe that I used to have and lost! I did add about 1 1/2 cups hot water to the noodles, since my crock pot runs really hot and it really needed it! It's also a great way to use up leftover tomato juice. Thanks for posting, Beth. Roxygirl
Everyone in the family loved this. I used salad macaroni instead of spaghetti pasta to make it easier for little ones to eat. I also used fresh mushrooms and a little bit of red wine. It turned out outstanding and smelled great in the house too. Thanks Beth.
Very easy to prepare, and very popular with the kids. I followed the advice of a previous reviewer and added hot water at the same time as the noodles, and it worked out beautifully. Will be making this again, thank you :)