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I was looking for a traditional baked spaghetti recipe but this sounded good so I gave it a try. It was GREAT! I used diced tomatoes and added some sweetener (too much) so next time I will be sure to use the Italian stewed tomatoes. In spite of the sweetness my husband and I both loved it. I am lookinf forward to making this again. I skipped the whole chopping, blending of the sauce ingredients and it was still great.
This was delicious, and I also skipped the blending process and took the suggestion to use Italian stewed tomoatoes. Great flavour, although found it a little too garlicky. Next time will use less garlic and more chicken, tomatoes and spinach!
Very quick, easy & delicious. I did make extra sauce as the other reviewers recommended so that the leftovers would be a little moister. I also cut up the spinach into smaller pieces and then folded everything together at the end in one big bowl before putting it the casserole since I made a big mess trying to do it the other way. :) Served it with French bread and a salad. Great recipe, derf.
This is a great recipe! I switch the flakes for a fresh, chopped chili, the tarragon and parsley for plenty of dried oregano, and use creme fraiche in the sauce instead of parmesan. Thinking about making a vegetarian version of this with mushrooms, or perhaps a fish one with salmon. Salmon and spinach is always a good combo.
Family loved it! Will definitely make again. Substituted Mozz cheese for sharp cheddar and was still good.
Good and easy to make...doubled up on sauce, spices and noodles for family of 5 w/room for leftovers. I would wait to add salt on top of cheese after done cooking if it needs it.
This was really delicious. Loved the slight spiciness with the red pepper. I'll definitely make this again and again.
This was ok. More spicy than I thought it would be. I'd go with about 1/2 the red pepper flakes and then add to taste.
i can't believe i forgot to review this! i made this quite some time ago and this was fantastic! i enjoyed the flavor and you're right about the tingle. we thought this is a nice change to the ordinary baked spaghetti. i kicked up the amount of crushed pepper. loved the addition of tarragon. thanks for posting! this is a comforting keeper casserole!
Pretty good. I used ground beef instead of chicken. The sauce is excellent!