Shipwreck Dinner

Ingredients :
1 pounds Beef, ground, thin, (approximately 21% fat) raw
(1) (7.25 Oz) package of KRAFT Macaroni as well as Cheese dinner Original Flavor not prepared

(1) (14.5 OZ) (1) (14.5 oz) S & W Ready Cut Tomatoes in Juice-Cnd-Cup SW

1 cup of milk reduced fat, liquid with 2% milkfat with vitamin A added

1 cup green peas frozen and uncooked

1 cup corn sweet yellow, frozen kernels cut from cob not prepared

1 tsp of seasoned salt

1 cup Cheddar Cheese

Directions :
In a large pan, heat it up to medium-high temperature. Stir in the beef until it is browned and crumbly. five to seven minutes while in the skillet.

Mix pasta and cheese mixtures from the package of macaroni and cheese into the beef mixture. Add the milk, tomatoes peas, corn, and peas to the beef mixtureand stir. The mixture should come to a simmer, then lower the heat to medium, then put a lid on the skillet to cook 12 minutes in a simmer till the pasta is soft .

Then, season the dish with salt that is seasoned. Stir the half-cup of Cheddar cheese into the dish until it melts. Sprinkle the rest of the cheese over the the top.

Tips :
It’s a decent recipe, but if would like a more refined recipe, you should utilize the pasta shells as well as cheese using the ready-to-apply cheese. It’s similar, however, you must include the milk as you’ll require it for cooking the noodles. Add tomatoes juice.

For a variety of options, make use of Ro*tel(R) as an alternative to regular tomatoes. You can also use 1 cup frozen Fajita-like vegetables, along with some taco seasoning for the Gulf of Mexico Shipwreck . You can make it an Sicilian shipwreck with the addition of Italian seasoning onions, garlic and mozzarella .

Feel free to reuse leftovers from this recipe.

If you’re looking to add an extra kick in your everyday meals Sue Creole-style salat seasoned in Creole style.

Nutrition Facts:
per Serving 636.2 calories. 1107 mg cholesterol; 1107.9 mg sodium; 42.9 grams of protein and 55 grams of carbohydrates.