Cheeseburger Pasta

Cheeseburger Pasta

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"So many favorite flavors and ingredients--pasta, tomato, Cheddar cheese, ground beef--are in this one easy skillet supper."

Ingredients 20 m {{adjustedServings}} servings

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  1. Cook beef in skillet until browned. Pour off fat.
  2. Add soups, water and pasta. Heat to a boil. Cook over medium heat 10 minutes or until done, stirring often.
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  1. 49 Ratings

Janine Tryban Gilchrist

My family and I love this recipe - with some additions. I usually add sauteed onions, 1 tsp each of garlic powder, chili powder and black pepper and 4 Tbsp of soy sauce. Very easy and quick dinner with ingredients I usually have on hand. Reheats well too.


This is pretty good, a nice once-a-month quick easy meal for my family. I like to put Onion and/or Garlic Powder in this to give it a little added flavor


This is good for what it is; I'm eating a bowl of leftover cheeseburger pasta right now. It is very mild and something children would probably enjoy, but to add flavor, you need to make some changes. First, I browned the meat with cayenne pepper, crushed pepper flakes, and minced garlic. I also used milk instead of water to make it more creamy, and I mixed in a handful of shredded medium Cheddar. I added a few dashes of Tobasco to the soup mix, and you'll likely want some salt and perhaps black pepper to taste. I top my individual serving with more shredded cheese. I also used egg noodles. Even with all those additions, it still tastes pretty mild to me, but it's good and simple when you don't have much energy for cooking a big meal. Consider the audience, definitely; over on Campbell's website, this recipe gets pretty good reviews all around.