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This is great! I made the meatballs earlier in the day and baked them. I love all the vegetables in this dish and the sauce was thick and flavorful. I really think this is a pretty simple dish if you plan ahead! I think it might be nice to cut the meatballs in half to make it easier to eat unless you make the meatballs smaller than I did. Thanks for sharing!
Smelled great cooking and I thought this was good, though I figured it would never be a favorite; family thought it was just okay. I probably would have given this 4 stars but it ended up being really time consuming (took more than twice as long as the listed time) and made a fairly large mess. It was a good dinner for tonight, but I probably won't make it again. Sorry.
I fixed this last night for company. Easy and quick to get together at the last minute if you are prepared ahead of time. For example, I had the meatballs all ready the night before so that I just through it together quickly last night. Thanks for posting a very tasty dish.
This was a great recipe to make - having a batch of frozen, homemade meatballs in the freezer made it even easier. I made up the sauce and added the (defrosted) meatballs, boiled the pasta and was good to go in setting up the casserole. So tasty and fast, but it does take some organization. I did use a combo of cheeses, simply because I also had some bits of cheddar and Swiss that needed to get used. Everyone loved it.
This took a long time for me to put together ( 2 hours before it hit the oven!) but it was time well spent for the delicious result! The sauce was perfect, the meatballs tender - and very filling. I made one minor change - used fresh mozzarella that I cubed and sprinkled on top of the casserole - got all melty and gooey - yum! It's a keeper!