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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.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
5/30/2012
Love it! I mix a box of cooked spinach with the sauce and use the veggie tom. sauce for added nutrition. I will try the meat ravioli and no water next time. Did bubble over alot...:(
posted:
5/19/2012
I added hot italian sausage and a few leftover pepperoni and this dish was really good. I only used one 1 lb bag of ravioli, and I used rosemary & oregano diced tomatoes which went very well w/ this dish. Spicy red pepper spaghetti sauce as well. I will probably omit the water next time, as the grease from the sausage will be just enough. Great, easy recipe.
posted:
5/6/2012
big hit in my house! Gonna definitively make this again!
posted:
5/5/2012
My family absolutely loved this dish. I omitted the water as per instructions from other reviewers, which I think was a smart move. Also, I didn't realize till after the fact at the bottom of the recipe it mentioned using the large ravioli for this recipe. I used standard size ravioli and used beef instead of cheese and had no issues. Next time I plan on using beef ravioli for the bottom layer and cheese ravioli for the top layer. This is a definite keeper!
posted:
4/29/2012
This recipe is a HUGE hit in our house! My husband requests this every shopping trip. Even without meat, it's a great meal for our family and it's SUPER easy! I buy our store brand petite diced tomatoes with olive oil & garlic for a little added flavor. Wonderful!
posted:
4/25/2012
Very tasty and easy recipe! My husband and daughter were not crazy about the diced tomatoes, next time I will get petite diced so maybe they won't notice. I also thought this was a little watery so maybe next time I will decrease the amount of water. But I will definately make this again!
posted:
4/23/2012
This is a terrific recipe! You do not have to thaw the raviolis. I make mine in an 8x8 dish using only one bag of ravioli. Must use the cheese with the Touch of Philly. It is SO GOOD! Enjoy!!
posted:
4/13/2012
I have a question for those who made this already. I plan on making it tomorrow. Do you bake the ravioli while its still frozen or do you thaw it first/ cook it. I appriciate if someone could let me know
posted:
4/11/2012
this was very good, i added chopped onion and garlic to this as well as some oregano and Italian herbs, very easy on a busy day, will definitely make this again and again!!
posted:
3/13/2012
Quick, easy and delicious - the perfect meal for a working mom! I used beef ravioli and added a few slices of provolone cheese and pepperoni in between the layers to change things up a bit - yummy!! Pair with a salad and garlic bread - dinner is served!
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