Pretty tasty but it seemed like a lot of work given the outcome. This is actually very similar to CL's Baked Pasta with Sausage, Tomatoes and Cheese (November 2003), except that recipe is much simpler and (in our opinion) yummier.
Cheesy Pasta Bake
sukeedog Posted: 06/02/12
slocook1 Posted: 03/13/12
This type of hearty fare is one of my favorites though I'm no fan of ground turkey or turkey sausage so I substituted extra lean ground beef and regular Italian sweet sausage for the turkey products. I added some Italian seasonings to our tastes and since there is no such thing as a thin slice of cheese in my kitchen the mozzarella was about doubled and so was the Parmigiano-Reggiano. I skipped the low sodium marinara sauce for home made. Today was pot luck lunch day at work and there were lots of compliments and no left overs. I'll definitely make this again.
kkirch Posted: 09/04/12
made this for our Dining for Women group - it was a hit
beth38 Posted: 04/05/12
the whole family loved this recipe. Even my husband the meat lover.
cheerios019 Posted: 03/18/12
A nice hearty meal. First time I've used ground turkey & turkey sausage and I couldn't even tell! A little time consuming for a busy weeknight but I'm guessing it will freeze fairly well. A great lighter option for a potluck or large family meal!
peirrac Posted: 04/14/12
I used ground beef and sausage instead of the turkey. Good recipe. The sauce makes all the difference in the world. I used regular Prego and Ragu. It tasted too much like spaghetti because of the sauce I used. I will be making it again, using a better quality sauce.
Eggcellent Posted: 03/12/12
We thought it was pretty good for a busy week night.