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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:
3/30/2005
My husband and I both liked the flavor of this dish, but I had a hard time getting the tortellini cooked. I did everything that the recipe said to do, and when we sat down to eat, the tortellini was only cooked half through. It would have tasted much better if the tortellini would have only been softer. Does anyone have any suggestions on how I could improve this recipe for next time?
posted:
3/6/2005
Everyone loved it!
posted:
3/3/2005
I liked the sound of a quick and easy dinner. But the times for this recipe are all wrong--at least in my oven. In 20 minutes, the sauce was not even bubbling at 375 degrees. So certainly the pasta wanted done. In all, I think it took close to 50 minutes to properly heat through and cook. So no fast supper for us that night. I have had this problem with other Kraft recipes. Are they tested in convection ovens and that is not disclosed?
posted:
3/3/2005
Definetly need to bake longer. The squash was nowhere near done. I think the sauce is too sweet also.
posted:
3/2/2005
This is a definite "make again" in our house! Next time I'll add some sweet Italian sausage. My husband couldn't stop eating it!
posted:
3/2/2005
I boiled the Tortellini instead, it just turns out better that way and it really taste delicious, taste even better the next day.
posted:
3/1/2005
The cooking times are way off; tortellini were undercooked, vegetables not just "crisp", but almost raw. I ended up putting it in the microwave to finisg its cooking.
posted:
2/28/2005
This was wonderful. The flavor was great with the mixture of the cheese in the tortellini and the mozzarella.
posted:
2/24/2005
Easy recipe that everyone loved. Has a lot of options too. next time I want to try some red pepper and ground beef.
posted:
2/23/2005
My husband is'nt real fond of Italian, but Loved this
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