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    Could this recipe be converted to a Slow Cooker recipe?

    Marie Nixon
    Thu Feb 03, 2005 12:44 pm
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    Baked Ziti With Sausage sounds so good. Do you think I could alter the directions so that it would be something I could bring to work for a pot luck? I was thinking get it all in the slow cooker the night before, refrigerate, bring to work and then cook on low for the morning. Your ideas and suggestions would be appreciated. The pot luck is on Feb. 8th. Thank you!
    Michelle Dominic
    Fri Feb 04, 2005 9:33 am
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    This should be ok if you are using the crock pot for the 20 minute bake time step. Make sure the sausage is fully cooked before aranging this in the crock pot. I think it should need 2 to 3 hours on low to heat through. Check it 30 min before serving time and put it on hight if needed. I think I would grease the crock pot first because the pasta might stick. Let me know how this works for you as my husband is always having potlucks at work and this does sound very good.
    Marie Nixon
    Fri Feb 04, 2005 2:23 pm
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    Michelle Dominic wrote:
    This should be ok if you are using the crock pot for the 20 minute bake time step. Make sure the sausage is fully cooked before aranging this in the crock pot. I think it should need 2 to 3 hours on low to heat through. Check it 30 min before serving time and put it on hight if needed. I think I would grease the crock pot first because the pasta might stick. Let me know how this works for you as my husband is always having potlucks at work and this does sound very good.


    Thank you so much Michelle. I really appreciate your response. I will do exactly as you recommend and let you know how it works out. I think the hardest part will be lugging the slow cooker from my car up to my office. icon_smile.gif
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