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Baked Ziti

Baked Ziti recipe
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There's a good reason so many families make baked ziti: This three-cheese comfort food only takes 10 minutes to prep. Bring it on.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
50 min
servings
total:
8 servings, 1-1/4 cups each
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posted:
9/1/2010
awesome
posted:
6/10/2010
My family loved this recipe. I had to make a few changes. I used cottage cheese as we don't like Ricotta. I added more sauce and cheese (as many of the reviews had suggested doing this) and it was perfect! I will make this again, it's good enough for company!
posted:
5/23/2010
super easy to make and the family ate it all up!
posted:
4/14/2010
This recipe is easy and delicious. Even the leftovers are great. Also very easy to change the flavors by changing to your favorite jar sauce. I usually add more shredded mozzarella to the top.
posted:
2/24/2010
I used whole wheat rotini, three cheese sauce, added boca crumbles, and doubled the shredded cheese. My family devoured and we will make again! So easy!
posted:
2/14/2010
Fast. Simple. Fantastic.
posted:
2/11/2010
me and my family have had this quite a few times. It is very simple for mom and usually the dish is clean ;)
posted:
2/5/2010
This recipe is sooo good! I've made it numerous times for different people and when they ask where I got it, they are suprised it's from Kraft Foods! I do not put Parmesan cheese in mine cause my hubby doesn't like it, just add a little more mozz cheese!
posted:
12/17/2009
The only thing I would suggest is more sauce and cheese. also we love meat with our pasta so i added some ground beef and italian sausage that I browned. great for potlucks
posted:
11/2/2009
This recipe is great, it's the same way my caterer mom and every Italian restaurant I've ever been to in NJ & NY make ziti. (Who puts meat in ziti???) All the seasoning in this recipe is in the sauce so if you use crummy sauce you will have crummy ziti, duh! I use my homemade, very well seasoned sauce for this. I put the parmesan right into the cheese mixture and add an egg as well. I also put a layer of sauce on the bottom of the pan (this extra sauce makes all the difference). Try this recipe with good sauce and you will be glad you did!
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