Cheesy Baked Ziti

Buy Soma 500Mg 1 My Grandma W wasn’t known for her cooking but I’ve thought of her often lately. She would have loved Mr. J and she would be really proud that we got the house. She was a tough cookie but her grandchildren could do no wrong. baked_ziti_scoop_590_390 She made fantastic fudge, chex-mix, and baked ziti. Mine didn’t quite rival hers, but it was good. The perfect sauce with lots of cheese was an ideal dinner. I concentrated on making sure there was a ton of cheese and that the noodles were cooked perfectly.


1 pound ziti, rigatoni, or penne 2 cups tomato sauce 12 oz ricotta 1 cup spinach 12 oz shredded mozzarella


Buy Soma Canadian Pharmacy Boil pasta until al dente (it will keep cooking when baked) Blend (or chop) spinach into ricotta Mix ricotta with pasta, half the sauce, and half the mozzarella. Buy Soma With Mastercard baked_ziti_bowl_590_390 Spread into a greased pan and top with remaining sauce. baked_ziti_pan_590_390 Bake 30 minutes covered. Then top with remaining cheese and bake until melted. baked_ziti_baked_590_390 Let sit 5 minutes before serving.

If I were making this Grandma W style, I would have added meatballs, chicken thighs, sausage, pepperoni, peppers, and onions.  Mine was simplier but I liked it a lot. I have a strong love for ricotta. baked_ziti_scoop_590_390
It reminded me of a baked pasta Ms. L made for me. I liked the crispy ones at the edges. I think this dish is super easy, can be made ahead of time, and is definitely a cheap dinner. Cost breakdown:
Sauce: $1.67
Pasta: $1.00
Ricotta: $2.69
Spinach: $1.74
Shredded mozzarella: $2.99
Total: $10.09 and serves 6 or just $1.68 per person

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