Easy Ravioli Lasagna

  • steponme Posted: 10/03/13
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    Missouri City, TX

    This was just okay for me, not sure what all the outstanding reviews are about, other than the easy prep.

  • mamacatts Posted: 09/01/13
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    This was amazing. Now it will be a staple in my menus. I didn't realize that my ravioli was only cheese until after I was looking up the calories. But that didn't hinder it at all. It was the easiest thing and the best. I think the sausage and ground beef ratio was perfect. I also used Bel Gioiosio's four cheese blend since I couldn't find Parmagiano-Reggiano itself and baked it with that and the mozzarella instead of adding it as a topping. Perfect!

  • Maidakoller Posted: 08/25/13
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    This was a snap to prepare and tasted great. We used organic spinach and cheese ravioli from Costco. The dish looked great and tasted like I spent hours in the kitchen. I'll definitely make this again.

  • heidala Posted: 09/24/13
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    This dish was very easy to make and the entire family devoured it! I made it with a simple green salad and garlic bread. Definitely a keeper!

  • cduffy370 Posted: 09/18/13
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    Delicious and simple lasagna. I found the spinach and ricotta ravioli at Trader Joe's.

  • ericacooking Posted: 08/27/13
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    This was really pretty good! I could not find ravioli with spinach inside of it so I wilted down baby spinach into the meat/marinara mixture. It turned out really well! Six servings seemed really generous to us (we can probably get closer to 8 or 9 out of this dish) but I threw the leftovers in the freezer. Overall a very easy dish to put together and a family hit.

  • ktleyed Posted: 09/03/13
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    This was fabulous and ridiculously easy! I can't get over how good it was. Served with crusty Italian bread and Caprese salad. A real keeper and lots of leftovers for tomorrow.

  • clifford04 Posted: 01/05/14
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    So easy. So tasty.

  • willow3eb Posted: 08/27/13
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    Yummy! Super easy and quick too. Swapped ground turkey and turkey sausage for the beef and pork. Will certainly make this again!

  • IoneTaylor Posted: 12/03/13
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    My husband and I thought this dish was pretty darn good for the effort involved, and it tasted healthier than our usual homemade lasagna. We would definitely make it again. The whole wheat spinach ricotta ravioli is not easy to find - I checked Trader Joe's, Ralph's and Target for something similar and didn't find it. So I made a trip to Whole Foods, as the recipe suggested, and found it there. I baked the lasagna in the same oven-proof skillet in which I did the initial preparation, which worked great.

  • JRBMOM Posted: 08/30/13
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    This was so easy to prepare and you got the same satisfaction as lasagna. I could not find spinach ravioli so I sautéed garlic in olive oil and wilted a bag of spinach in a pan. I chopped it and added it to the baking dish along with the ravioli mixture. If you use a normal size ravioli the serving size is correct. This would be a great recipe to double and bring to a party.

  • PatriciaH6911 Posted: 09/01/13
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    Just made this after receiving this month's edition, so easy and excellent! Substituted hot Italian turkey sausage and don't think it hurt the recipe a bit. My husband is gluten intolerant, so thankfully, frozen gluten free ravioli is available. The crushed red pepper and sausage give this recipe just the right amount of zing!

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