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Easy Night

DutDut Posts: 81
edited 4:37AM in EggHead Forum
Had some baked ziti and italian sausage. Should have put the sausage in the ziti but the wife and I were a little absentminded after a day at the dog park, yard work, house work etc. still turned out pretty tasty. I love that slightly smokey flavor.




  • MickeyMickey Posts: 16,179
    Good looking ziti. Care to pass how you made it?
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  • DutDut Posts: 81
    Cook Noodles and drain (16oz)
    add back to pot
    add ricotta 15oz
    (wife says any italian seasoning you like)
    then add cubed mozzarella (1 cup)
    stir again

    put in a baking dish, add marinara and top with mozarella

    I'd like to say put some italian sausage in there also but if you don't just grill on the side and slice.

    325 for about 25 or 30 minutes.
  • cookn bikercookn biker Posts: 13,382
    Wow! This I will do very soon. Thanks for inspiring.
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  • :) what wood did you use??
  • DutDut Posts: 81
    Other than whatever leftover chips there were from an earlier cook, I didn't use any smoking wood. Just regular lump. This was first ziti and i didn't want to impart too much of a smoky flavor.
  • That looks tasty!!
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