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Creamy Baked Ziti

Creamy Baked Ziti recipe
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Creamy is the key word here, as sour cream and cream cheese take a tomato, marinara and ziti casserole to a whole new level of pasta deliciousness.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
11/16/2010
Very creamy and so satisfying. I added some ground beef to my sauce, hubby requested. I also put in some garlic, onion and italian seasoning to the sauce. It was so tasty. The cream cheese made the sauce for me. I'm not sure the sour cream is even needed, but the whole thing was good and my pick eater husband liked it.
posted:
11/14/2010
Everyone in the family liked it, but they didn't rave over it like some things I have made. I added some beef and italian seasoning, but it still wasn't very zesty it was still kinda bland. It actually tasted better as second day leftovers!
posted:
11/14/2010
After reading other reviews, I decided to modify the recipe. I used seasoned spaghetti sauce instead of marinara, added mushrooms, and added pepperoni. It turned out excellent, and I haven't gotten tired of eating the leftovers! Very easy for an amateur cook like myself!
posted:
11/14/2010
I think it is a bit too creamy - maybe less cream cheese and less sour cream. I make a similar recipe but use cottage cheese instead of the "creams" of this recipe.
posted:
11/14/2010
My family and I liked this recipe. I made it according to the recipe, except I added a pound of sausage (crumbled) into the pasta and sauce mixture. I also used petite diced tomatoes instead of regular diced tomatoes as my family sometimes tends to be a little picky about big tomato chunks. I am considering substituting ricotta cheese for the cream cheese the next time I make it. My husband commented that he wished the cheese had a little sharper taste- next time I'll probably use an Italian blend of shredded cheese instead of just mozzarella.
posted:
11/13/2010
My husband said this is one of the best dishes ever. I added 1# lean ground beef 1/4 tsp. fresh black pepper, 1/4 tsp Italian seasoning and a pinch of red pepper flakes. MAN WAS IT GOOD AND THE LEFTOVERS EVEN BETTER. Added a salad and crispy sourdough bread. Husband already asking when am I making it again :)Thinking of trying spinach in place of beef next time, just to change it up
posted:
11/13/2010
I made this for dinner tonight and it was excellent! I used light sour cream and cream cheese to cut down on the fat/calories I also used oregano basil diced tomatoes. I can't wait to try the leftovers.
posted:
11/13/2010
This is the Best no meat Baked Ziti I've ever had!! Love it. Made it just as directed and wouldn't change a thing!!
posted:
11/12/2010
I liked the concept of this recipe, however when I made it, it seemed a bit too "creamy". Next time I make this I will omit the diced tomatoes and will substitute the sour cream for romano cheese. Also, I will add freshly ground pepper. The cream cheese added a yummy flavor to the marinara sauce. Can't wait to try my revised version!
posted:
11/12/2010
I made this with diced tomatoes in garlic. It was delicious!!! I loved it!
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