Skillet Spaghetti ~ Quick, easy homemade spaghetti! Only uses one skillet!
When I try a new recipe on my family, which is quite often I study their faces quite intently. I watch for any indication they love or hate it. This is all for YOU! It’s part of my research. Another thing I pay close attention to is if their plate is clean and mostly importantly if they go back for seconds. Technical research I do for all of you to know if a recipe is blog worthy right?
My research on my end of the deal is also quite technical. It’s called, can I make this on a weeknight with minimal effort while entertaining a child that wants attention and is hungry. Aren’t you impressed by this research I do?
I’m proud to report that this amazing Skillet Spaghetti passed both tests with flying colors! Another thing my research proved was that it only takes one skillet to make, which is amazing because I don’t know about you but I HATE dishes. If you are one of those lucky women that have trained their hubbies to do the dishes kudos to you. Do you mind leaving me quick note at the end of this post on how to do this? Much thanks!
This Skillet Pasta has a homemade spaghetti sauce, which might scare you, but please don’t let it! Grab your Contadina tomato paste, spices like chili powder oregano, garlic salt, dump it in the skillet with your pasta and you have an amazingly flavorful spaghetti that will have everyone cleaning their plates off and going back for seconds. Try this amazingly easy, flavorful dish today and join the Contadina #cleanplate club along with my family!
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