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Ravioli Casserole

I'm posting this recipe as part of Lindsey's Nutritious Freezer Carnival. Head over to her site to see lots more recipes!

-2lbs frozen ravioli
-One jar spaghetti sauce
-sprinkle garlic powder and Italian seasoning over the top
-12oz Mozzerella cheese

Boil the ravioli (it only takes about 5 minutes). Drain it, then put it in a 9 x 13 pan. Cover with sauce and sprinkle with cheese. Heat at 350 degrees until cheese is melted.

Serve with homemade French bread and a salad.

This works well to freeze and it’s great to double for a family in need.


Comments

Carrie said…
This sounds yummy! Thanks for sharing.

In Christ,
Carrie ><>
I can't wait to try this! It sounds so easy and I NEED easy recipes! Thank you so much!
MommySecrets said…
You can also add a layer of browned ground beef, if you want to add meat to the meal.
Nancy said…
You don't need to pre-cook the ravioli if you use a sauce that's a bit thinner than some of the prepared ones, or you could add some water to the jar before pouring it over the pasta. Cook a bit longer, probably.
Nancy, I never even thought to try not pre-cooking the ravioli! Let me know if you try it!
Anonymous said…
I never precook the ravioli's...I usually just do a frozen bag of ravioli....1 (26 oz) jar marinara sauce.....and 2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese with a little parmigiana cheese for flavor...spread a little sauce down in a 9 x 13(about 3/4 cup)...then a single layer of ravioli...top with half the remaining sauce and half the remaining cheese..repeat ravioli sauce and cheese layers. cover and cook for 30 minutes at 400 and then uncovered another 15...soooo good!!!
Not cooking the ravioli sounds MUCH easier for prep & clean-up! Thanks for sharing!

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