We thought it was ok. Followed the recipe exactly, but wasn't completely crazy about the flavor. I will probably make it again, but not regularly, and when I do I will use less soup mix.
Good fast meal. I added some red and green peppers and forgot to add the parmesan cheese. I will definately make this again..
I made this exactly as listed and it came out delicious. Thanks.
Thanks for this nifty little dish Rhonda! I was looking for a skillet dish that would not heat up the kitchen since today has been a scorcher! All 4 of us really liked this. I used about 3/4 of the onion soup package and that was just right for us. Also, I parboiled the noodles for 5 minutes to remove the starch and then drained the water off and added to the recipe and carried on as written. Only complaint was the "tomato chunks" so next time I will use pureed to satisfy the kids. Thx again.
I admit that I was shocked at how good this tasted! It is so simple that I didn't expect much out of it, but wow! This is now on my permanent menu rotation! (I halve it for 2. Half an envelope of onion soup mix is 2 Tbsp.)
Good and easy to prepare! I love one-pot recipes. Thanks!
I was surprised how tasty this was. I added a bullion cube to the water and used bow tie pasta. Once I added the parm cheese and stirred I put all in a 13 X 9 pan and topped with 2 cups of mozzarella. I baked it in the oven at 400 for 10 minutes. It was really good.
Yesterday I cooked 1 onion diced, a package of mushrooms sliced, 2 red bell peppers diced with the meat. It was even better. All the family liked it even my little boy of 15 months old. I began to cook the pasta (fusilli) maybe 5 minutes and then added them to the mixture of beef, tomatoes... By mistake, I put 2 lb of ground beef but it was perfect. I used diced tomatoes.
This turned out better than I was expecting for such a simple dish! My family enjoyed it. I did make some changes though. I only used a 14.5 oz can of tomatoes, and I didn't notice until I was dumping them in the pan, but they were the kind with diced peppers in them. To compensate, I used cilantro instead of oregano and cheddar cheese instead of parmesan and mozzarella. Next time I will pay better attention and prepare as written (though I will probably stick with the smaller size can of tomatoes)!
I wanted something quick and easy and this met both of those requirements.The only changes I made,was to only use a 14 1/2 ounce can of diced tomatoes since that's all I had.And I added a little bit of garlic powder as I was browning the meat.But other than that both my SO and I really enjoyed it.Thank you for posting,this will be made again."Keep Smiling:)"