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This is a very flavorful, hearty meal for a large family or family/company gathering. It was fairly easy to make and delicious. This is a nice change from lasagna.

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Mommyof8 January 02, 2009

excellent dish. i mixed the ziti with some of the sauce to make sure it was well-coated. had to use plain yogurt cuz i was out of sour cream, but it was still yummy. this is also a perfect dish to take to potlucks.

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Eunjung November 05, 2008

Very Good. I made this without any of the meat and it came out great. Much better than traditional baked Ziti. Thanks for a great recipe, I'll definately be making this again!

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punkrockgrl78 February 12, 2008

This recipe has Superb flavor! I added Italian seasoning to the meat mixture, but otherwise made to specs. This is the type of dish you ahhh and mmmm about when you go to a fine Italian resteraunt and it tastes so authentically Italian you wonder how they do it. The provolone and Italian sausage make alot of difference. ;) Although really good leftovers, this had the best flavor right out of the oven. Thanks for posting!

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2Bleu February 11, 2008

This is very good. It has a great flavor. I used all italion sausage. I used 8 oz of mozzarella cheese. Made for Holiday Tag 2008.

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Lavender Lynn January 28, 2008

All my favorite things in this casserole. I used my own sauce which has sausage and ground beef in it all ready. The only other thing I did different was to add some chopped spinach I had thawed in the fridge. I added this in the middle on top of the ricotta cheese. Full of melted cheese and sauce. The sour cream added a nice flavor as well as the green onion. I will make this again the next time I make sauce!!

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Kim127 January 25, 2008

This is a winner.We loved it! I cut it down for 4. My little secret...I used my Spaghetti sauce instead of cooking the meat ingredients(I always have some in my freezer.) I saved a lot of time. I also added a layer of cooked spinach.Thanks so much for posting this.I have been wanting to make it for a while.I will be making this again when my children come up;I know they will go for this. Sage/Rita

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Sage October 28, 2007

This is very similar to the "bekd ziti iv" from allrecipes I have been using for years. I absolutley love it. I do use cottage cheese in place of the ricotta and an Italian cheese blend in place of the provolone/mozzarella and ground turkey/turkey sausage. Delicious!!

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Jules127 October 15, 2007

Quick and easy to put together and only a little over a half hour in the oven instead of the hour it takes for a lasagna. Mmmm. Definitely a keeper! If you can wait to eat it (we couldnt') it will set up like a lasagna and will make a nicer presentation. One of my photos shows how it looks served right from the oven. The other is a reheated portion that had been refrigerated overnight.

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Sharlene~W September 18, 2006
Company's Coming Layered Ziti Casserole