4 servings?! I don't know who they're
feeding over there at Southern Living, but whoever they are they must
take HUGE servings. This feeds more like 8 at least. But that's ok
because you'll want extra. This is not only super easy to make, but
soooo delicious! Refrigerated ravioli is a bit more expensive than
frozen, quite a bit actually, so unfortunately I won't be making this
dish very often unless I figure out a way to use frozen ravioli in
it. I'm thinking maybe if I let it cook longer in the sauce it might
work out the same. Pre-cooking the frozen ravioli, in my opinion,
might make the pasta soggy and overdone. However, this dish is YUMMY
the way it is!
This recipe is quick and easy. Great for a weeknight meal that can be put together in about 30 minutes. The kids thought it was great. It's like spaghetti but with ravioli instead of noodles. The tomato and basil pasta sauce gives the dish a great flavor. The mozzarella makes it even better. The kids say the recipe is a keeper. Indeed a good, solid recipe.
This is a go-to recipe in my house! Easy to make on a busy weeknight. Also I will add black olives, mushrooms, zucchini, etc depending upon what I have on hand. I will substitute ground turkey or italian sausage for hamburger. Great with a simple salad and french bread.
I have made this many, many times and my family loves it! The only change I make is that I use soy crumbles instead of ground beef. The recipe makes quite a bit. I have a large family and we usually have some left over. It is super easy and tastes great.