Three Meat Pasta

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Three Meat Pasta Three Meat Pasta

Servings: 4 to 6 servings
Cook Time: 45 min
Difficulty: Easy

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1 pound angel hair pasta
2 cups cooked chicken, off the bone
2 cups cooked sausage, cut 1/2-inch thick
2 cups cooked ham, cubed
1 large yellow onion, chopped
2 cups Cheddar cheese, shredded
16 ounces cottage cheese
1/2 cup sour cream
3 chicken bouillon cubes
1 cup hot water
1 to 2 cups Parmesan cheese, grated





Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

In a large pot, boil salted water for angel hair pasta. When cooked, drain and set aside.

In a large bowl mix together the chicken, sausage, ham, onions, cheddar cheese, cottage cheese, and sour cream.

In a separate small pot, dissolve bouillon cubes with hot water and pour over the meat and pasta.

Pour mixture into a 9 by 12 by 2-inch greased baking dish and top with the parmesan cheese. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes or until the bubbling around the edges.

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Love your show especially when you have your sons on the show with you. Hope to eat in your restaurant sometime soon.

By Dale starbuck on April 26, 2013


what type or kind of sausage is used in the 3 meat pasta?

By gary on January 18, 2013


this dish is great!!my family love it!

By Anonymous on December 12, 2012



By JULIETTE LOEWEN on October 23, 2012


Great receipt! What is the calorie count for a serving of this dish?

By Gayle on September 05, 2012


Hi Paula your food is great,I controll my sugar by eating right,but I eat any thing I want to including your recipes.but in moderation.I"ve been doing this sence 1990.I intend keeping on .I also love butter and I eat it just not every I dont think food hurts as long as you are the boss of what you eat and not the other way around.cant wait to try the 3 meat ya and love ya show.

By martha sue schofield wilson on August 16, 2012


Can anyone tell me how or when the meat and pasta get combined? The recipe skips this step. Thanks

By Eileen on July 28, 2012


I submitted a comment that never made it on here yet like last week :( I really would like to make this, but the recipe does not say what to do after you set the pasta aside. When are the pasta and the meat combined together??? Or are they layered or what??? It does not say when the pasta and meat come together, but then skips to saying to pour the bouillon over both. Please answer my comments, or edit the recipe to add this step. Thanks

By Eileen on July 23, 2012


TO umsteen: I dont know if you know this, but this is not the site for low calorie dishes really. I have a BMI of twenty and BP of 110/60, this is not an everyday recipe, but good for when you crave this sort of thing, and i add broccoli or peas and carrots to stretch out my creamy pastas when i make them.

By kate on July 19, 2012


I don't really understand the directions of this recipe. It says make the pasta, and set it aside. Then mix the rest in a mixing bowl. Then it says pour the bouillon over the meat and pasta. ???? Are the meat and pasta somehow together at this point? Are you supposed to mix the pasta with the meat mixture and then pour the bouillon over that and mix the bouillon into it??? I think there are some steps missing?

By Eileen on July 17, 2012


To Umsteen: One pound of pasta generally serves 8. Portion control cannot be over-stated. No need to sacrifice flavor when you can moderate how much you eat.

By Stormie on June 03, 2012


paula i love to watch your shows.

By amanda gilstrap on March 23, 2012


I'm looking for a recipe to make for a ladies' lunch (only a few people). What would I serve with this? The only thing I can come up with is a salad or fresh vegetable like asparagus??

By Shannon on February 02, 2012


i watch your show every day i love your show

By Anonymous on January 31, 2012


This is a good way to perpetuate the obesity epidemic, not to mention diabetes and hypertension. This meal may taste delicious, but please consider what you are doing to your body. You only get one life. Per serving (based on this recipe serving 4 people): Calories: 1,482 fat: 58g protein: 130g Sodium: 5,823 sugar: 6g Carbs: 100

By Umsteen on January 26, 2012


Like to watch you cook and taste

By lindatruitt on January 08, 2012


I recently tried the three meat pasta recipe as seen on TV. It has a good taste and is simple. it did not turn out as i expected. it was to much pasta and was not creamy at all. Could someone tall me what may have happened. Rather than this being a comment message for publication I am asking what I may have done wrong. I love your shows and recipes. Thanks Alice

By alice groover on November 18, 2011


I swap the Angel hair with pena pasta because my family does not like the thin pasta and I replace the cottage with cream cheese. This has become my family's favorite dish!

By Tabatha Hess on November 12, 2011


I'm always looking for something diffrent to cook and i will keep looking at your site. you awsome to watch and learn from. Thank You

By virginia on August 22, 2011


Hi Martha, There is no written recipe for the dipping sauce, but it's a mixture of chopped roasted red peppers and mayo. Hope this helps!

By Jonathan Able on August 17, 2011

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