By Wineaux on December 31, 2009
Photo by seal angel
Photo by seal angel
"I got this recipe after I became a friend of Philadelphia Cream Cheese on Facebook. They offered a free cookbook and coupons to those who were willing to make the dish and rate it. Of course, I did and they gave me permission to share the recipe here! This is a real keeper! After making it strictly by the directions, I made it again, this time substituting cubed tvp for the meat. WOW! We liked it just as much! So enjoy! There's a video on utube if anyone wants to see it!"
Serving Size: 1 (328 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This was so good! Excellent! I added green pepper, onion, and garlic to the meat. Then a can of diced tomatoes to the sauce. A little pepper and garlic salt to the meat. Over thin spaghetti. Topped with shredded and Parmesan cheese. Will make it this way from now on."
"I cook this often. The flavors of the cream cheese and sauce can't be beat. Very smooth, rich and creamy, I add extra zing to the sauce with a little crushed red pepper flake. Enjoy!"
"My 14 yr old DD made this for dinner tonight. It was a nice easy recipe for her to prepare. I would prefer a bit more oomph so would add peppers and mushrooms and maybe some onion/garlic the next time. Overall, a good recipe. Thx for sharing."
"I gave this recipe 3 stars. My family liked this spaghetti. It was more soupy then we like, so when I make it again I will add more spaghetti and season the dish. Overall this was good, so I plan to make it again! Thanks for posting! Christine"
"This was super. It was creamy, easy and a great twist on the usual spaghetti. I sauteed onions with the ground beef and doubled the recipe. It went fast all around. Thanks for posting Wineaux.
"I wanted to make this, but was out of spaghetti, so I substituted penne pasta and it was VERY DELICIOUS! When I make this again, I will stick with the penne, too. My whole family loved it, and pretty much licked their plates clean. Thanks so much for posting. It's a keeper!"
"Good square dancing elephants! Yep, even elephants would love this."
"Hubby and I loved this! What an easy twist on spaghetti that produces great results. The addition of the cream cheese made the sauce so rich and creamy and a beautiful color too. I doubled the recipe and we had lots of leftovers, so last night I put it in a sprayed baking dish and layered some shredded cheddar in and put it in the oven at 350 for about 45 minutes and we had "baked spaghetti a la Philly"!! Will definitely make again. Thanks for sharing."
"This was so good, thanks for posting & sharing this recipie."