It was very good, I did add some Worchester sauce, instead of the heavy cream I added greek yogurt and to give it a kick I put two tbsp of pepper flakes, everybody loved it, even one of my picky eaters that does not like cheese at all, I added before he could see it, and did not noticed : ) very good and tasty recipe.
I am going to use this recipe and just use pasta sauce instead of the cream
I made this recipe tonight for dinner. My husband loved it. He asked me to make it again. Next time, I will try the lower fat version and leave out the cream and double the tomatoes. This was easy and quick to make.
I made this with two 14.5oz cans of Trader Joe's diced and fire-roasted tomatoes with organic green chiles, omitting the cream. Gave it a bit of a spicy, tangy Mexican kick, not unlike salsa. Surprisingly delicious despite being mismatched, considering the original is supposed to be an Italian pasta dish. One thing I'd change next time is to add an additional half cup of Parmesan into the sauce as it's cooking, to make it a bit thicker and less watery.
i made this recipe with ground turkey and i left out the cream. it was DE-LISH! next time i will try the greek yogurt per a suggestion but it really didn't need thickening. the parmesan made it thick enough. this is definitely a repeat.
have not tried this. What is a good substitute for the heavy cream? Maybe plain yogurt? Thanks
I'll not try it due to the amount of calories. How much colories do you save by leaving out the cream?
how about adding plain greek yogurt instead of cream?
This recipe sounded really good until I saw the calorie and carb count. Yikes! If you eliminate the cream, then there's no sauce so to speak - just tomatoes - boring.
There's 821 calories in one cup of heavy cream, so thats the bulk of those cals! See my alternative suggestion :)
How could it be 1,046 calories?! :( I'm Italian and love meat sauce! How many calories will it have if I omit the cream?