12 Reviews

Very good! I added fresh asparagus, carrots, and broccoli to the pasta as it cooked. (chopped the veggies small enough to cook in 15 minutes.) Be sure to cook soup mixture the full 10 minutes so those hard vegetable flakes soften!

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J-Lynn March 08, 2010

good recipe, but i made some alterations to it [so i'm rating based on the turnout after I changed things around.] instead of measuring out milk, i added little by little until desired consistancy was reached. also, i added in sauteed normany vegetables [broccoli, carrots, cauliflour] and shrimp. i opted to leave out the soup mix entirely, and rather kept adding salt to taste.

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onzarama February 16, 2010

Even though I skipped the salt, this was really salty and tasted very processed. I ended up having to dilute it with more milk in the end because it was so salty but that just made it runny. My husband gagged and refused to eat it. I was able to eat it fine though. If you're going to try this recipe, skip the salt!

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Lesley G November 30, 2009

Delicious! I added in some leftover mushrooms and asparagus that I had sauteed the night before. It was so good, I'm embarrassed to say, that I ate leftovers for breakfast this morning. YUM!

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hollyberry117 October 27, 2009

I added 4 oz cream cheese, a tablespoon of dry ranch dressing, 1 chopped tomatoe, "left-over" cooked vegetables (carrots/zucchini), a little Lawry's lemon pepper, and raw shrimp. Definitely a keeper and an easy recipe to follow. Great for company.

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trick June 10, 2009

This was delicious and really easy! I added some vegetables and it was great. I didn't have soup so used boullion and it was fine. Thanks!!!

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gogoroxx July 29, 2008

I was looking for a simple, easy pasta primavera recipe and this one fit the bill perfectly. I followed your directions for the sauce (using 1 1/2 TB of flour) and then added to the sauce, a lb. of shrimp, a handful of frozen broccoli, a handful of frozen peas, some blanched asparagus, and some chopped pepper for spice. These all cooked together until the shrimp were pink and the vegetables crisp tender. I added some leftover spaghetti to the mix and dinner was ready in about 15 minutes. We loved it. I can see how this could easily be adapted to use whatever you had on hand. I've added your recipe to my "keeper" file. Thank you for sharing.

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Jann Edwards July 14, 2007

This was really good and so simple to make. The only thing was that I didnt find the veggies in it to be cooked through and I did it for the stated time. Will definately make this again but will just cook it for another few minutes.

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luveyduvey21 September 18, 2006

I loved this and so did my husband, and he's pretty picky at times. I'd definatly make this again. It's quick and easy! Oh and since I did'nt have veg soup mix I just used veg boullion and frozen mixed veggies and it turned out fine!

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Chef Spearjack May 09, 2005

quick & easy! i had to substitute onion soup mix, and added chopped celery & carrots. this is the first time i have prepared pasta primavera and will definitely make it again. thanks for the recipe!!

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grouchgirl February 08, 2005
Easy Pasta Primavera