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Noodles Napoli

You can use any box of noodle mix, I happen to like the Rice-a-Roni™ Noodles Parmesano. You could use plain noodles and add your own spices and cheese, but using the box definitely saves a lot of time and you don't need to have a wide variety of spices on hand.

Ingredients

 1 pound ground beef
 1/2 cup hot water
 1/2 cup milk
 1 package Parmesan Noodles
 2 eggs, slightly beaten
 1 cup creamed cottage cheese
 1 package (10 ounce) frozen chopped spinach
 Grated Parmesan or Romano cheese, optional

Directions

Slightly beat the eggs in a large bowl, add the cottage cheese and set aside. In a large skillet cook the spinach, then drain and put in the bowl with the egg and cheese mixture. Brown the ground beef, drain off any grease and put in the same bowl with the cheese and spinach mixture. Boil the Parmesan noodles in enough water to cover. Follow the package directions for cooking time, but undercook slightly. Drain the water, put the noodles back into the pan. Add the hot water and milk and the cheese sauce from the package. Stir until cheese sauce has slightly thickened. Add the bowl of the other ingredients and stir until everything is heated through. Sprinkle the top of each serving with grated Italian cheese.

Serves: 2 to 4
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