Now you can make this family favourite all from one pan, with either dry or fresh pasta. Ready in just 35 minutes, the mustard, garlic and paprika simmer down, infusing the pasta with that delicious stroganoff flavour.
I've seen the One Pan range of sauces on the shelf for a while now and last week finally decided to grab one to give a try. The packaging is nice and simple reflecting the meal that it is for really well, colours match and blend well etc. So overall this is a nice looking package and this is the one that caught my eye.
Looking at the back I really liked the idea that I could just throw everything into the one pan, even uncooked pasta. So I happily gathered up all the ingredients written on the back of the packet, and got ready to cook what I hoped would be a nice, quick and easy 20 minute meal.
Unfortunately I didn't get the easy meal that I had hoped for. I followed the instructions right down to the letter but ended up with a great huge mess and a pan of food for the rubbish. First it bubbled like crazy and created a huge mess and then all the liquid evaporated well before the pasta was cooked which resulted in the dish burning and therefore rubbish due to it tasting like it was all burnt.
If I get given any more in this range then I may give one more a try but I won't be buying this again.
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