All-In-One Spaghetti

  • Lindsayglacy Posted: 02/26/10
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    THIS WAS SOOOO GOOD!!! It was one of those dishes that you want to keep eating, but are too full. My entire family loved it too! I will only use this spaghetti recipe from now on. I didn't cook the sauce as long as the recipe called for. I cooked it for about 10 minutes, then added the noodles. I served it with a green salad and garlic bread. I will absolutely make this again!

  • nolamom Posted: 07/07/09
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    This was GREAT! I loved it for a weeknight..serve with crusty bread and butter and a salad or green vegetable and sprinkle with fresh-grated Parm for a perfect family meal. My kids LOVED it and the leftovers were a hit too. And the best part -- super quick for a weekday meal and only one pot to wash up. My go-to spaghetti recipe from now on!

  • mrsbeezee Posted: 01/22/09
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    I love this recipe ...it tastes marvelous and freezes well ... don't change a thing ..it is fantastic the way it is written

  • ChelleyBones Posted: 07/15/09
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    This is a dish the whole family loved. My 13 month old went nuts over this! I am going to save this recipe for my go to. The only altering I did was using 1.5 lbs of beef, half the onion, V8, and rotini pasta. I didn't simmer the sauce for 30 minutes and instead just added my noodles to cut the cook time in half. I never seen spaghetti made in one pot and it made clean up super easy! Served this with basil pesto bread.

  • mary1b Posted: 05/22/10
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    i made this and really liked the convience of it being all in one pot and it was very easy to make.my husband and i really enjoyed it,i passed the leftovers on to my daughter and son in law and they gave it a big thumbs up also.

  • KC2633 Posted: 07/24/10
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    This is a nice basic recipe for a quick uncomplicated weeknight family dinner. It is one that even fussy kids will eat. Think better tasting hamburger helper type dish. I swapped out the tomato juice for beef stock to cut some of that acidity. Serve it up with a veggie and some salad and you're good to go!

  • NanciK2 Posted: 07/14/10
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    Excellent and easy! I easily made this for dinner on an Tuesday evening after work. I added some chopped bell pepper and some mushrooms because I had them on hand. This recipe is a keeper for sure!

  • molly2010 Posted: 06/22/11
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    Easily the best spaghetti recipe that I have ever made! My WHOLE family absolutely loved all the flavors & how rich it was. Didn't change a single thing about the recipe except I used Italian seasoning instead of dried oregeno. All in all, great meal & I wil definetely be making it again!

  • JLMROCKS74 Posted: 07/27/11
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    Wow! I wanted a simple delicious pasta dinner and this was it! It was very easy to make and the surprisingly the chili powder gave the sauce a nice flavor and kick. My whole family loved it and it was great to cook in one pot too! Will definitely make this again. I also added Italian Seasoning instead of Oregano and added some basil too, but this is great quick homemade sauce.

  • Connie50 Posted: 09/15/11
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    this looks great....I have a one pot spaghetti that I have been using for the past few years, I never make homemade sauce anymore, because my family prefers this 1 lb of ground beef,(i add italian sausage sometimes) 6oz can of tomato paste, one can of chicken or beef broth, 1 2/3 cup of water, onion, mushrooms, garlic...8oz of spaghetti, (i use angel hair) uncooked, dried basil, garlic..(sometimes add a dash of catsup, we like a sweeter sauce.....make your sauce, taste it...then add pasta, cover and voila! But I will be trying this one tonite!

  • Maremontague Posted: 09/20/11
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    I would recommend cooking pasta separately and pouring sauce over pasta. When I cooked pasta in sauce some of the pasta did not cook.

  • aeprivott Posted: 10/13/11
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    My family LOVED this and it was so easy!!

  • mrmseawa Posted: 09/16/11
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    Just fixed this with ingredients I had on hand...whole wheat penne pasta, canned tomatoes vs tomato sauce & some pico de gallo. It was DELICIOUS! Definitely will try this again, as it is very easy to throw together & loved by the fam ☺!

  • pjasso Posted: 01/08/13
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    One of my favorites!

  • kathym50 Posted: 04/07/14
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    This recipe is sooooo fun !!!! How can you not like cooking the pasta with the sauce all in one pot! Reminds me of the Kraft recipe for lasagna - no pre cookig of the noodles, even though you are not using the no cook noodles. I augmented and added some of the ingredients and spices to our taste. Anybody wants to know, call me or rsvp and I will be happy to share. Yummy!

  • LeesuhJ Posted: 02/13/14
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    I thought it was way too saucy- I would add the whole package of pasta next time!

  • Studentmom Posted: 09/11/13
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    I read this recipe and all the good reviews yesterday and thought i will try it, even though I was a little sceptic. What a wonderful surprise. This is a very handy recipe when you have two toddlers that needs more time than the cooking. Thanx.

  • JonSobel Posted: 09/02/13
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    My family and I loved this recipe. The sauce was outstanding. This is a family favorite. We did all the steps exactly how they were except we added a little less chile powder. Other than that we had an excellent dinner that we shared with our friends.

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