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Pasta shells with ground beef


This ground beef pasta recipe is so delicious and easy that anyone can make it. I learned how to make this skillet from a friend, but he told me he was inspired by his Mexican neighbor’s recipe, who calls it Conchitas. The term Conchitas comes from the shape of the pasta, which looks a lot like a goulash but with a Mexican touch.A speedy/simple ground hamburger formula, this is a pasta dish that will be on your supper table throughout the week! So smooth thus comforting!I can’t start to reveal to you the amount of this pasta I ate on likely 13 unique events.

Indeed, first, I should reveal to you that no plating of any sort was included here.Not a chance. This is unmistakably a straight-out-of-the-skillet type supper. Simply snatch your fork and delve directly in.All that cream sauce. All that pasta, simply gathering that richness. Also, the impeccably disintegrated ground meat, once more, absorbing every single drop of that smooth, radiant goodness.

Ugh, I can’t discuss this any longer since now I need to make this for supper. Once more. For the fourteenth time.



1.5 pound of ground beef
Garlic clove
Black pepper
Sazon perfecta seasoning.
2 cups of medium sized pasta
1/4 cup of oil
4 cups of water
2 tablespoons of granulated knorr chicken broth
4 tablespoons of granulated knorr tomato broth
3 diced serrano peppers
half an onion
1 box of Rotel
a handful of chopped coriander
garlic and onion powder to taste
2 packages of red sazon
1 laurel leaf



1 ) Brown ground beef with minced garlic, black pepper and Sazon perfecta seasoning.

2 ) While the meat is cooking, in a deep frying pan, brown the pasta shells in 1/4 cup of oil (as you would brown brown brown rice or Roni).

3 ) Drain the fat from your ground beef and add the meat to the pasta shells.

4 ) Add 4 cups of water, 2 tablespoons of granulated knorr chicken broth, 3 diced serrano peppers and 4 tablespoons of granulated knorr tomato broth, cut half an onion, a can of Rotel, a handful of chopped cilantro, 2 sachets of Sazon rouge, a bay leaf, and add garlic and onion powder to taste.

5 ) Stir and cover and cook over medium-high heat until your shells are aldente. Serve! and enjoy this easy-to-make Mexican pasta recipe with ground beef.


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