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STOP With The Post-Dinner Cleanup Craziness!
Before we get started with the recipe, I have a confession to make. I’m the laziest person on the planet, when it comes to cleaning up after dinner. There, I said it! I feel a little guilty because my husband often steps in to do the cleanup. I guess I shouldn’t feel that way – after all, I made the dinner so it’s very nice of him to offer a helping hand.
The problem is, whenever he makes dinner, he always washes all the pots and pans and cleans up the kitchen before we even start eating. And that, my dear readers, is why I feel guilty.
I don’t know how he manages to do all that; it’s almost as if he had an extra pair of hands! But lately I’ve been trying to find ways to improve my kitchen skills. And recipes like this one have turned out such lifesavers! There really isn’t a cleanup at all, if you can make your whole meal in one pot. But I didn’t think a pasta dish would turn out this good, until I gave it a try!
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Quick Tip: You can use any kind of pasta for this dish.