Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"Corkscrew pasta, Prego® Pasta Sauce and mozzarella cheese make an easy-and-delicious casserole topped with crunchy croutons."
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cooked corkscrew-shaped pasta
1 (26 ounce) jar
Prego® Traditional Italian Sauce*
shredded mozzarella cheese
Pepperidge Farm® Zesty Italian Croutons, crushed
This was a great meal. I added 1/2 lb browned sausage, to make it more hearty. Husband loved it, will definitely make this again.
A little bland for my taste but a very quick and easy meal to make.
Nice start for a pasta recipe. I used macoroni instead of twists since it was all I had. I'm not sure if the pasta shape affected it or not, but I had to add a can of plain tomato sauce to make it less dry. I also used a different sauce since I don't like Prego.
The best thing about this is its easy... I used Francesco Rinaldi sweet and tasty tomato sauce instead of prego (you can find it at your local grocery HEB, SUPER WALMART) made it taste very good...also if you want crunchy curtons wait after the cheese is melted to add them
This was good although next time I think i will go with a different sauce. The prego was just too tangy.
It didnt taste as great as I thought it would. And the croutons are better left on the side if you want them to stay crunchy.
Nice and easy and tasty. I love cheese so the more the merrier. A pretty basic recipe.
easy enough for my bf to make i am all in.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
2-Step Cheesy Pasta Twists
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 130
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