Made this last night using 95% lean ground beef, light sour cream, and 2% cheese for a lower calorie and lower fat version. It was excellent. Thanks so much for the recipe. A new no guilty comfort food for our household.
This was very tasty! I put a little cumin in the ground turkey to give a little more flavor and used stewed tomatoes to keep it a little lighter.
Very good. I used ground turkey and whole wheat rotini....definitely a keeper, the kids and husband loved it!!!
Had to make several modifications, but it turned out great anyway! Used ground turkey and gluten-free penne (quinoa, rice, corn blend) and Ragu for the sauce. Didn't have sour cream, or gf cream of mushroom soup so I just left that out. Topped with 75% cheddar cheese and 25% Parmesan. Since I made a small amount, it only took 20 minutes to bake. Will try again with correct ingredients - Thanks!
Simple, fast recipe that delivers a delicious meal in no time. I made this last night and my boyfriend loved it. Like another reviewed, I also seasoned my meat with cumin while browning it in the pan. I added minced green and red peppers and onions for extra flavour and was generous with the garlic. It's an easy way to sneak in more veggies. I omitted the sour cream as I didn't have much on hand and didn't grease the pan. Turned out great and I'll be making this one again soon
Easy and yummy is correct! Few changes I made (just to use what I had on hand): quinoa penne for pasta, turkey for meat, 1/2 cup greek yogurt instead of sour cream and Mexican blend cheese. Thanks for an easy meal!
Made this today and it was wonderful. I used spaghetti noodles broken into fourths and prego spaghetti sauce. Loved the taste of the sour cream.
This was very good, but my one complaint is that there didn't seem to be nearly enough tomato sauce. I'd say only 1/3 of my noodles wound up with tomato sauce on them, the noodles more towards the bottom of the dish just had sour cream. Perhaps the dish is supposed to be like this, but since there was so little tomato sauce it wound up kind of bland to me. I did enjoy it very much so next time I would either use less noodles or perhaps add at least another 8 oz. of tomato sauce.
ALL FOUR of my family members ate the whole portion they were served... and two had seconds!!! This was really simple but really great comfort food. We have had a rough week, and it was a lovely break for us. Thank you for posting!
Tasty! I can see this being a family fav! I did kick it by adding onions, chili, carrot, parsley,squash n basil. I need to get healthy veggies into my guy. I used 4 cups cooked elbow macaroni same amount ground turkey but added all the veggies, twice the amount home grown tomato sauce and used 1 cup strained kefir in place of the sour cream. I should have mixed in some of the cheese with the elbows. My choice of cheese was cheddar and mozzarella using 2 cups.