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You’ll Whip This Up With One Arm Tied Behind Your Back!
When my husband and I first got married and moved in together, it was quite the adventure. We both had lived at home up until that point, so everything was very new to us as far as owning your own home goes. I had picked up the cooking, cleaning, and bill paying watching my mom. He had learned some of the essential handy work, car repairs, and electrical fixing. Together, we made a pretty good team.
When we went grocery shopping, we were always amazed by all the foods there was to choose from. We were used to just getting whatever our parents had brought home.
One of our favorite things to make were those boxes of rice or pasta that you just had to add meat too. It was the perfect amount to fill us up. Sometimes we would even have a few leftovers that were always tasty the next day. Then, we started having kids and that small box of pasta was never enough to feed us all anymore.
Fortunately I got this super tasty recipe from my sister! It’s hassle-free and easy on your wallet – and the kids love it!
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Quick Tip: Any shape pasta will work in here.