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Weeknight Ravioli Bake

Weeknight Ravioli Bake recipe
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Layers of frozen ravioli are the not-so-secret star of this bubbly, lasagna-like bake that's easy to assemble on even the busiest of weeknights.
10 min
55 min
8 servings
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My family loved this recipe. I added some ground beef and cottage cheese. It was easy and fantastic!
I have made this several times this month. My family loves it and I love being able to make them happy with inexpensive, filling and quick to make dinners! I want to use beef filled ravioli the next time. It comes out delicious whether you use brand name ingredients or generic. This recipe will replace lasagna night in our household.
We loved this dish! My husband and picky little son even asked for seconds! Can't wait to make this one again.
I usually am not a fan of ravioli, but I really liked this and my kids did too. I skipped the diced tomatoes though.
This is really good. I have 2 children and I substituted mini-ravioli (1 bag), much easier for them to eat and I used the Italian Style diced tomatoes. My husband loved it too.
I would make this again, but I would have to spice it up some. I would either buy meat-stuffed ravioli or make a meat sauce to go between the layers. LOTS of cheese going on here with using the cheese-stuffed pasta. The suggestion to add spinach between layers also sounds tasty. I also would probably cut the recipe in half unless I was feeding a crowd. As it is, it makes a FULL 13x9 pan.
This was really good. I used roasted tomatoes instead of stewed tomatoes d I didn't use the amount of water that the recipe calls for. Also, I added my own seasonings and I left the ravioli uncovered until it was almost done. I had no problems with the ravioli cooking unevenly.
Everyone loved this-from my 1 yr old to our 12 yr old, and it was super easy to make. I added a chopped green pepper to the spaghetti sauce mixture because I had it on hand and I wanted more veggies. Next time I might add some ground beef like a previous review suggested.
I made this last night and added ground beef to the sauce. We liked it and will definitely make it again!
Picture looks better than it taste. It was very dry and had a awful taste.
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