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Weeknight Italian Pasta Bake

Weeknight Italian Pasta Bake recipe
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It was easy and great tasting! My picky 3-year old ate the whole portion I gave her! In the future I'm going to try adding pepperoni, sausage or chicken and mushrooms & o...read more
posted by
galsmiley
on 9/15/2008
time
prep:
10 min
total:
50 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
8/12/2005
My parents liked it, but I thought it was alittle too sweet.
posted:
7/29/2005
Very good. I chopped up a few turkey sticks (like beef sticks, but w/turkey) and added it. I also added broccli. I will definitely make it again.
posted:
7/21/2005
Fast and easy - perfect for weeknights. I used Italian sausage tortellini and it turned out good. We'll make it again.
posted:
7/10/2005
This was EXCELLENT!!! We will make it again. Next time I'll make enough to have more leftovers though. My husband "hates" meatless dishes -- never even complained about this one though.
posted:
6/17/2005
This was very yummy and easy. I added some leftover ground beef along with the cheese.
posted:
6/1/2005
Cook 1 inch cubes of chicken breast and add it in after the recipe is done baking.
posted:
5/31/2005
Excellent turn-out! Definitely need the foil to assist in the cooking. I made 1st time without foil and it was a bit underdone. No leftovers on this one!
posted:
4/27/2005
The cooking time should be longer. I added an extra five minutes and the zucchini and peppers were still very crunchy and the pasta was not completely done. It has a good taste though.
posted:
4/9/2005
Not only did this recipe taste great but was very easy to make. My husband who isn't too crazy about meatless dishes really enjoyed this. I boiled my tortellini for approx 5 minutes then put it in my square pan and baked it for apprx 20 minutes and the tortellini was soft with texture.
posted:
4/5/2005
I'd like to know if there is a difference in refrigerated or frozen tortellini. <<< From Mary, Kraft Kitchens Expert ~ We recommend using refrigerated tortellini for this recipe. Frozen pasta would need a much longer bake time, resulting in a dry dish with overcooked vegetables.>>>
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