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Great way to use up the pasta shapes you have a little of leftover from here or there. Made this again. The kids and hubby enjoyed it. It is rather big and under seasoned so the second time around I changed using Zaar's servings changer down from 20 to 5 servings and in doing so used it as written except used 1 egg as a half wouldn't have worked. Used an 8x8x2 2 quart baking dish and it was perfect. I used Classico's Pasta sauce with sausage, onions and peppers. Doing so added some additional flavors. Next time I will add garlic as Ellie_ suggested and a sprinkle of seasonings as foodtvfan suggested. Thanks for posting Lauren Clark! Enjoy ChefDLH
Average. The kids liked it. Nice and cheesy.
A nice simple recipe, filling. Made it for a potluck dinner and it was well-received. Thanks!
Thanks for posting this delicious recipe from Taste of Home magazine. My usual choices for the pasta are elbows, rotini, penne, and spaghetti broken into pieces, or I just use up whatever pasta I have open at the time. Fresh minced garlic is a nice addition to the beef, pepper, onion mixture. A sprinkle of seasonings such as oregano or Italian seasoning is also nice. Half the recipe is great for a family of four dinner.
Delicious and perfect for potlucks! I made this for a Church youth dinner but changed it a bit by using 3 boxes pasta (tri-colored rotini, shells and the flower shaped one), using 2 1/2 pounds ground beef and I added one can (14 1/2 oz) diced tomatoes to the hamburg mixture and about 1 1/2 pounds cheese. Although it depends on the pasta sauce used I think next time I will also add a bit of garlic with the onions. Thanks for sharing this keeper!