Recipe by PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese
"You can assemble and refrigerate this cheesy, beefy pasta shell dish on Sunday night and, the next day, dinner's on the table in 45 minutes."
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medium pasta shells, uncooked
extra-lean ground beef
1 (20 ounce) jar
PHILADELPHIA Light Cream Cheese Spread
KRAFT 100% Parmesan Shredded Cheese
chopped fresh basil
1 1/2 cups
KRAFT Part Skim Mozzarella Shredded Cheese
Easy to make, very cheesey and my family loved it! Will definitely make this recipe again!
Looking at the ingredients, it looked like something my family would like but for some reason, nobody could eat it. None of us could eat more than 1/4 of our plates.
Very good...made some alterations by adding some adobo seasoning and some catalina dressing while cooking the meat with inions and peppers. Will definitely make again!
Delicious recipe! Even my some what picky kids ate it and one of them asked for seconds! I used dried basil instead of fresh. I'm not sure how much I used but I'd estimate maybe a tablespoon to 1.5 tablespoons. I originally found this recipe on the kraft website. The recipe is pretty much the same except on the kraft website they want you to use a 10oz tub of Philadelphia original cooking creme. I add more pasta sauce too. The jars I get are 24-26 oz and I use the whole thing.
Had to tweak for on hand ingredients. Cream cheese made it very tasty and I liked it a lot. Didn't have fresh basil, but used a Basil pasta sauce from Newman's own I think. Threw in some red pepper flakes for a little kick and some minced garlic too. My 14 yr old gave it a "definitely make again" rating!
This was a very tasty comfort food. You definitely need to add some salt. Other than that, it was great. Will make again. Note: I did not refrigerate and cook at a later time. I popped it in the oven right away and it came out delicious.
Did exactly as recipe except for the types of cheeses. Came out great - wonderful taste and easy to prepare. Will definetely make again!
This got 4 stars due to the fact on a busy night I could just pop it in the oven but really nothing special. I added some garlic to the sauce mixture as my family loves garlic. I also was a bit short on the cream cheese since my family didn't realize it was for a meal. I will make again but only because I can make it the night before
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