Baked Ziti with Broccoli and Sausage

  • creativecooking Posted: 11/22/09
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    While the recipe probably tastes great, THE NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION regarding carbohydrates is PURE FABRICATION. The milk, pasta, and flour far, FAR EXCEED 10g; with appropriate subtraction of fiber, the analysis SHOWS A NET 7 GRAMS of CARBOHYDRATE. If you don't consider carbs, no problem. But additionally, showing this as FOUR SERVINGS is utter fabrication of carbohydrate value. Additionally, it would be dangerous for someone preparing food for a diabetic to use this information. SHAME! Other data may be wrong as well. (And, yes, the use of all caps IS to indicate I am shouting AND FURIOUS at such preposterous bull.)

  • RecoveryBabe Posted: 10/26/09
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    What a wonderful recipe! I was a little weary about the idea of using milk, but it was actually very good. It came out a little crispy; I recommend toping with foil for most of the time in the oven. I had some leftover and prefer it fresh from the oven. I'll make this dish next time I know there won't be leftovers.

  • amyomans Posted: 02/03/10
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    I added onions and garlic when I was browning the meat and I mixed some more cheese into the mixture, and then more on top. I thought it was a good, simple, low cost recipe. Defiantly will make again.

  • SassyJ Posted: 02/25/11
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    I have made this recipe several times now and my family loves it! I have two little ones that gobble it all up! I have made the recipe for neighbors and family occasions and everyone raves about it! Such a simple recipe, not requiring many ingredients, and tastes fantastic!

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