Oh yes, I remember this and crave it now and then. I raised my family on it. My grandmother used to can tomatoes and give me 2 cases of them every summer, which lasted me thru the year. I always added a little Worcestershire sauce and used grated Romano cheese rather than the Parmesan. Gave a little different taste which I loved.
This was great! I made it as directed except I added an extra clove of garlic, and I didn't have macaroni noodles, so I used rotini noodles. It worked just fine! Also I was not sure whether to drain the tomatoes or not, so I didn't, and the tomato juice added some nice flavor! Next time I think I will add some corn and maybe even some chickpeas for an extra little bit of nutrition. Thanks for the great recipe! UPDATE: I have made this quite a few times and it is always so good. I made it tonight and for a change I threw in some velveeta (I know it is gross, but it was in my refrigerator and I wanted it out but hated throwing it away). It tasted really good, like a homemade Hamburger Helper of sorts.
I read through this recipe and realized I had a similar one I hadn't made in about 8 years. I dug it out. The only difference was that mine adds beef bullion and cheddar cheese instead of parmesan. I love it. My husband was bummed when I ate the leftovers and asked me to make this again. Thanks for posting. I give it five stars for the ease and time it took to make a pasta meal.
i don't even have to make this to know it's good, because my family also used to make this a lot when i was younger. as i got older they made it less, but i remember it and it's so good!
I made this last night and it is a cheap meal and delicious. I cut the recipe in half and used diced tomatoes with chilies and 2 Tbls. of tomatoe paste. I did add some frozen corn and velveta cheese instead of cheddar to make it more creamy. I also added Mrs. Dash garlic/herb seasoning, some basil and a little oregano...turned out great. Thank you for a wonderful recipe that anyone can make as is or add to and turn out delicious!
This was good but could use a lot more seasoning. If you want to choose some spices to add, I would try this recipe.
Very easy, cheap and tasty! Thanks for posting!
Liked this very much. Used coarse ground hamburger and italian stewed tomatoes. I might double the tomatoes or add corn/green beans, just for variety. Thanks for posting a delicious recipe.
This is such gr8 confort food, my husband loved it.. I did not have stewed tomatoes so I used petite diced tomatoes and I also used ground deer instead. Thanks for posting such a fabuoous recipe... So simple yet so good!!
My family enjoyed this meal a lot. I used spaghetti instead of macaroni. Very good recipe I will use it often.