Thursday, February 18, 2010

Ravioli Bake

Last night I tried a new recipe for dinner--Ravioli Bake or as Aaron named it--Razagna..ha!! Which ever you choose to call it is fine but we both enjoyed it so I wanted to share this one with yall! Not only was it EASY EASY it was fast and yummy to the tummy.

Okay I altered the recipe I found on allrecipes.com so Ill share with yall how I made it...I guess I made my own recipe.....

Ingredients
1lb of ground beef (I use ground turkey)
1 jar of spaghetti sauce
1 can of diced tomatos (drained)
1 25ounce bag of frozen cheese ravioli
1bag of shredded mozzarella cheese
1bag of shredded Montery Jack cheese
Grated Parmesan cheese

Directions
1. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F
2. Brown the meat (I seasoned mine with onion and garlic powder), cook until no longer pink, drain grease, add sauce and tomatos
3. Boil ravioli following instructions on bag
4. Spread about 1/3 sauce on the bottom of 11x7 dish, Arrange half the ravioli over the sauce, sprinkle 1/2 of mozzarella and 1/2 Montery Jack over ravioli, Repeat steps ending with the top layer as sauce and cheeses. Cover with aluminum foil!
5. Place in the over covered for 30 mins
6. Sprinkle parmesan over top before serving


Ladies, this was so simple...very similar to lasagna and simply wonderful! Next time I think I may add some mushrooms to my sauce...just something extra. I even may try mixing cheese and spinach ravioli.......you can pretty much alter this however you choose but it makes plenty. If you have a family it will feed about 6 and its plenty filling. We had ours with a salad!!

Enjoy!

5 comments:

Jennifer said...

I cooked something very similar to this last week for dinner. It was YUM!

Candice said...

hahaha! Razagna!!! He trips me out!

Brittany said...

Sounds so yummy! Anything to do with pasta and I'm happy :-) I'll have to try this!

Annie said...

this sounds so yummy and so very simple...and extra cheesy!! i heart cheese big time ;)
it is going to be made very soon at our place!

sHp said...

Making this wonderful dish this weekend - thank you SO much for sharing the recipe :) Have a great night!