Made this for our family of four adults, and thought it was excellent. Everyone really liked it. We made it with 28 oz of stewed tomatoes instead of 56 ounces of diced tomatoes -- because we didn't have exactly what the recipe called for. It didn't seem to hurt the recipe any!
Three-Cheese Baked Pasta
ConniePhx Posted: 10/19/09
JimMarltonNJ Posted: 06/24/11
The provolone pushed this to the top. We skipped the celery as usual.
mrsnobody Posted: 07/15/11
The only change I made was to add a few more herbs to the ricotta mixture and use sun dried tomatoes in oil (couldn't find them the other way). It was great, though.
Druthz Posted: 12/05/11
My husband is a 'meat' fan, so I added some Turkey Italian Sausage, removed from the skin and cooked until brown, it was excellent!
laebrown Posted: 02/25/12
Really savory, cheesy, and delicious. Feels like I'm getting away with something. Makes a TON of food, so be ready to have some fantastic leftovers! I replaced the celery with asparagus (personal preference), and everything went swimmingly. :D
Onecentinvegas Posted: 04/07/12
This is very good. Husband ate 3 helpings and asked me to pack the leftovers for his lunch. Followed the recipe and served it with a salad. It was an easy meatless recipe--perfect for Lent, which is when I made it. Definitely recommend.