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Stupidly Easy Wicked Beef

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Stupidly Easy Wicked Beef
Stupidly Easy Wicked Beef
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For a quick and easy beef and noodles recipe, try Stupidly Easy Wicked Beef. This homemade beef and noodles recipe is super simple and packed with amazing flavor. You'll want to add this easy ground beef recipe to your weekly dinner rotation. With only 7 ingredients, this is a totally easy recipe to throw together in no time. It bakes in just 30 minutes and is a hearty and filling dish that will "wow" your family. The only thing to note is this recipe is meant to be spicy. If that's not your thing, you can adjust the ingredients according to your personal spice preference.

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For more easy recipes your family will love, try these 25 Ground Beef Casseroles.





 

Cooking Time30 min

Cooking MethodOven, Skillet

Cooking Vessel Size9x13-inch baking dish or Dutch oven

Difficulty Level

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Wicked beef? Now, that made me raise my eyebrows. I want to see if this dish is wickedly good or not. We always use brown gravy for our beef and noodles, so I am very happy that you use the Alfredo sauce. I love the stuff. I was looking for a reason to use a homemade batch I have in the freezer.

This ground beef recipe looks really tasty. I like the fact that you can leave it to bake in the oven. Then you can relax with a nice glass of wine whilst dinner is being taken care of. I like ground beef recipes and I am sure this most definitely wow my family.

I love anything that is referred to as stupidly easy. I know my way around a kitchen, but sometimes it's really nice to switch on autopilot and just cook something that's simple and basically mindless. This is really tasty, though I've used spinach noodles rather than regular egg noodles, plus I've added a bit more in the way of spices. I used a regular size of Alfredo sauce, the 16 oz. Jar, and that worked fine.

Wondering what to make for dinner last night I was idly trawling through All Free Recipes looking for something to make with the ground beef in the fridge when I saw this Wicked Beef recipe. We prefer a low carb diet so I replaced the pasta with spiralized zucchini but everything else was as per the recipe. It was DELICIOUS and we all had seconds. Definitely a family hit.

How much Alfredo sauce is needed? It just says a jar. But, what size? This looks good. I make something like it with a cheddar cheese sauce. I am sure this would be equally as good. I think I will try this with ground turkey instead of the ground beef and maybe just use one pound instead of one and a half.

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