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This was very easy to make and my children enjoyed it. I had never made frozen raviloli before :) I had bought some on sale and decided to try this recipe. I followed the recipe as written other then I used garlic powder and minced onions instead of the glove and onion. I skipped the step of cooking on the stove. I just added everything in the crockpot (except the oil which I didn't use). I also didn't add the parsley at the end. I only had to cook mine for about four hours.
I've been making this for about a year now and just realized I hadn't rated it. I cut the recipe in half to feed 5. About half the time I use Beef Ravioli the other half Cheese Ravioli. I rarely cook it in the crockpot since I discovered that I can thaw the ravioli in the Microwave (doesn't have to be thawed all the way) Then assemble in a casserole dish and bake about 40-45mins. This is one of my "Picky eater daughter's" favorites, but we all love it. I serve with a salad and garlic bread.
I threw it all in the crockpot, but used cheese ravioli instead. My boys enjoyed this for a quick meal. Mine took 4 hours to cook, but I only used 1 pkg. of frozen ravioli, 1 jar of sauce + can. I would post a pic but it doesn't compare to Pamelas! Thanks kz for an easy meal! Made for kzbhansen cookathon 2009.
This was easy to prepare. I made only half of the recipe and I still had a lot leftover. I also used cheese ravioli instead of beef ravioli. I found it to cook real fast, which meant it got a little thick on me, as I had to put it on "hold" until hubby got home from work.
Yum! The only change I made was to use frozen tortellini instead of ravioli. I put this in the crockpot before church and came home to a delicious meal. Thanks for posting. I froze the extras to have for lunches, a great addition to OAMC!
Not only was this so very easy to make, but it made enough for left overs so I don't have to cook again tonight. My kids and husband loved it, and they are pretty picky eaters. I made this exactly as the recipe is written except that I didn't garnish with parsley. Also, another great thing about this recipe, is that it only cost me about .87 per serving! Can't beat that! Thank you for this recipe!!! I will be making this one again.
The past came out slimy, the cheese was super stringy, so much so that I wouldn't give it to my 3 year old for fear of him choking on it. I followed the recipe, so I don't know how I could have messed it up, but it was not good.
Loved this! Easy too. It reminded me of canned ravioli, only 1000 times better! Next time I make it I will try 1/2 beef and 1/2 cheese ravioli. This would be a great pot luck dish as it makes a lot!
Delicious and easy recipe! I've had this recipe in my cookbook for awhile as I could never find beef ravioli in the store I go to but I did find some at our new Walmart. Our company enjoyed the recipe too. I used Italian Dressing Seasoning Dry Mix and added alittle more than called for in the recipe, as I felt it needed more flavor. Next time I want to add hamburger to the sauce for alittle more meat. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Very easy to make and was a huge hit. I did add meat to the sauce and a whole packet of Zesty Italian Seasoning mix. As well as garlic powder. I browned the meat and onions with the garlic powder and then added everything else to the crock pot. Cooked on low for about 6 hours. I also used a 6 cheese pasta sauce. Will be making again.