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    Stuff to Cook in a 9x13 Besides Cake

    Well the name says it all really... casseroles etc...

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    Wonderful way to use up leftover ham. Heck, it's a great excuse to go out and buy the ham in the first place! Really quick and really easy, darned near impossible to mess this one up. If you start the water first, and keep checking it, you can time this so the sauce and pasta are ready at the same time. Pretty cool. When you hear the water boiling, dump in the pasta, give a few good stirs so those noodles don't get too chummy with each other and stick together. Set the timer for whatever is appropriate, then get back to the sauce-making. As microwave ovens vary, so does the speed at which chefs move about the kitchen, so prep & cook times are approximate

    Recipe #50251

    13 Reviews |  By Dorel

    I couldn't find a spaghetti and ham pie on zaar. This came from

    Recipe #99329

    Rich, creamy, warm and comforting. This blockbuster has lots of cheese, enough to swirl throughout the creamy sauce, which in turn oozes through every tube of pasta. Topped with crisp breadcrumbs, the crunchy-creamy contrast is just unbeatable.

    Recipe #80858

    Easy to make and freezes great! I would recommend baking it before freezing to blend flavours.**edited on October 24 to add instructions for Once a Month Cooking (see step 11). These is great to make during a cooking blitz especially when you are already making a traditional lasagne. It is easy to cook up some additional noodles and make this at the same time.**

    Recipe #60238

    2 Reviews |  By Katha

    Had some leftover turkey one day tried this from a old Pillsbury book. Made several changes and this was the result. My husband who never asks for any special meal requests this often.

    Recipe #83263

    11 Reviews |  By Mizzy

    this recipe is so easy, and i make it almost every week when im feeling lazy and very hungry! you can always add meat and vegetables to this dish as well.

    Recipe #86242

    Complete comfort food. Great on a cold day.

    Recipe #67426

    4 Reviews |  By nvermd

    Like a corn dog without the stick.

    Recipe #90100

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Easy quick casserole to have when a large crowd comes to dinner, very tasty

    Recipe #22759

    This is another of those oh so simple dishes that are great for those busy week nights.

    Recipe #26466

    8 Reviews |  By Whisper

    This is a nice casserole to take to a pot luck dinner. It's easy and inexpensive to make. I prefer to use fresh spinach. It can be made ahead and frozen for those nights you don't want to fuss after working all day. Serve with bread and you have your entire meal. Prep time includes time to saute meat and onion.

    Recipe #83292

    A creamy potato dish sure to please your family. Excellent at potlucks too! If you want to dress it up. Add cruched corn flakes with melted butter on top the last 30 minutes of baking.

    Recipe #82223

    A good sturdy version on an old favorite! Recipe source is "Yankee's Main Dish Church Supper Cookbook".

    Recipe #65752

    This is a great recipe for cold days when you crave something warm and delicious. It makes a ton but both the sauce and the pasta freeze well. I am a "dump cook" and don't have exact measures for my sauce recipe - the recipe below is my estimation of what I would use. My family loves it when I make this and the smell of the sauce simmering all afternoon is wonderful!!

    Recipe #88313

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