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We enjoyed this very much! The only change I made was that I added some pepper to the sauce. However, next time I will double the sauce because the noodles soaked up all of the sauce and it did become a little dry for us. But otherwise this was great, even our picky almost 2 year old LOVED it. She did her little happy "dance" (more like wiggling) in her high chair when she ate it, which isn't an easy thing to do with new food with her. This is certainly going in the rotation thanks!
This was a really simple meal to make. I used turkey kielbasa, doubled the sauce and added mushrooms, chopped zucchini, minced onion and some chopped bell pepper. Dh really enjoyed this. Thanks for posting the recipe.
I made this for dinner the other day, and my family enjoied it. My 4 year old especially loved it. I didn't add the peas, just because my husband hates frozed peas, and I thought canned would be too mushy. I'm glad I didn't add them because I'm sure there wouldn't have been enough sauce. The only other change I made was to use lite kielbasa. Will probably make this again.
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this was pretty good my family seemed to enjoy it we dont care for peas so added some asparagus and some corn an added about 1/2 cup of sour cream cause it seemed a little dry to me so with those adjustments we loved it thank you for sharing!
This was a yummy, comfort-food meal. Easy, the family liked it, and best of all, I usually have the ingredients on-hand. I did add an onion, 2 chopped summer squash (to increase veggie content), turkey kielbasa instead of regular, a touch of paprika and splash of hot sauce, and 4 oz cream cheese. The cream cheese and regular cheese I used were low fat. I think this would have been tasty without my changes. My 4 year loved it! I haven't tried freezing it yet- did anyone else?
This is a nice take on skillet mac and cheese. I added a bit of chicken for my son, who can't eat sausage in any form, and used wagon wheel pasta. The leftovers were even good reheated for lunch. Thanks for posting! Made for ZWT Witchin Kitchen.
This really needed more seasoning that it called for, but other than that the basic recipe is quite good! I added onions, mushrooms and sun dried tomatoes as well as the peas it called for. Carmelized the batch a bit far but just added a depth of flavor and made the sauce much more brown in color. Added about 2 T of cream cheese at the end to make it even more creamy. Turned out pretty good!
This was a delicious comfort food... reminded me of a grown up version of hot dog wienies in mac & cheese. I added onions when I sauteed the kielbasa and garlic in butter. Skipped the peas since DH hates them but next time I may add some bell peppers and mushrooms. I was afriad the onion and garlic were going to burn before the kielbasa got a good sear on it, so next time I'll sautee the kielbasa by itself first to get it a little crispy before adding the veges. Thanks for this recipe! It was fast, easy, and oh so yummy :)
As delicious as I thought it would be - my sort of comfort food !! I added some diced zucchini but made no other changes. Made for tonight's dinner but I could not help myself and had it for lunch - so yummy !
I made this on 4/17/08 for mine and SO's dinner.Since we are trying to cut back a little on meat, I just used half a pound of smoked sausage( just a personal choice ).And instead of minced garlic, 3/4 th's of a teaspoon of powdered was used.Aside from those changes the recipe was followed exactly.If your looking for quick,tasty and yet family pleasing recipe,look no further you found it.This will be made again.Thank you for posting and "Keep Smiling :)"