By ~*Miss Diggy*~ on September 16, 2002
Photo by HokiesMom
Photo by HokiesMom
"Quick and easy to do when in a hurry and not much time. It turns out delicious everytime. I hope you like it as much as my family!"
Serving Size: 1 (85 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"This was yummy and very easy!! After baking for 30 minutes I broiled it for about 3 minutes to bubble/brown the top, after plating it I discovered that the middle was still cold...Thank goodness for microwaves. I actually used 2 jars of 'Newmans Sockarooni' sauce...using the ravioli you can't really gage a thin layer of sauce d/t the lumpiness of them...so I just kept adding, it did end up being a little too much sauce...live and learn!! This will go in my "make often" notebook!"
"This was easy and good. I added spinach and ground beef. Thanks!"
"Wonderful! This is very easy and quick to throw together! I used Recipe #47491 for the sauce! I cut everything in half, and it still turned out wonderful! DS loves this, so I will be making this more often. Thank for posting!"
"I don't normally buy frozen pastas, but this dish was so yummy and easy that I will make sure I always have ravioli on hand. It tasted so much better, imo, than just cooking the ravioli and serving it with sauce--more like a homemade pasta dish. Thanks for the simple but great recipe!"
"Thanks, Diggy! My family did love this dish! I wanted an easy vegetarian dish and this worked out great-I used a lower calorie ravioli and low fat cheese, with my own sauce. I can make this different by changing the ravioli filling so there a lot of possibities here. I know we will have it again and again. Thanks! "
"Quick and easy..I made this with my own homemade sauce and I even threw in some homemeade meatballS that I cut in half! It was SOOO good...Thank you for posting! Definately a "make again" dinner"
"Everyone in the family gave this 5 stars! This was a quick, delicious way to enjoy a lasagna type dish. I used a bag and a half of frozen cheese ravioli (3 layers, 24 square ravioli each...they were just about touching), a 30 ounce jar of meat sauce and 3 cups of mozzarella (it was a 12 ounce bag, so I just used it all). I sprinkled some Italian seasoning on top before baking. The results were fabulous...super cheesy, but the pasta was firm enough that the dish was not a mushy mess, like some layered pasta dishes turn out. Thanks much for the recipe...I know I will be making it often. P.S. Don't know how, but I actually got to take a picture of it before they ate it all up!"
"Much better the next day! Currently eating it for lunch after serving it for dinner last night - i agree with the other reviews and suggest waiting until the next day to eat it. Its amazing!"
"Easy and appears versatile. I used chicken stuffed pasta as it was less expensive. DH loved it."
"i too loved this recipe, but i liked it so much more the next day after it had all settled into each other. i had to use about 1 1/2 jars of sauce and a bit more then 25 oz of ravioli, but the concept was great -- it was one of those dishes that got better and better each day -- thanks for sharing"
"This was delicious, though varied it a bit based on other reviews. Used the spinach and mozzarella ravioli from Costco, so I cut way back on the cheese (1 cup total -- used a blend of sharp cheddar and Parmesan since there was already mozzarella in the ravioli). Made two layers and sprinkled 1/2 of one of the Italian seasoning packets included w/the ravioli package between layers. Used 1 jar of Ragu garlic and onion pasta sauce -- after pouring 1/4 the jar in the bottom of the pan, I filled it back to the top with water and shook to thin the sauce a bit. I covered with foil and baked for 35 minutes, then removed foil and baked an additional 10 minutes. The pasta absorbed the additional water, cooking it perfectly -- just the right amount of sauce and cheese to serve. One of the best Italian meals we've had. Love that it's so quick and easy."
"Turned out really good. Made this early in the day and my husband popped it in the oven. I did not think he could make ravioli the regular way. Thanks for posting."
"This was a real quick recipe and easy to make your own! I added ground turkey to the sauce and random placed mushrooms in between the layers of ravioli and cheese. Both kids loved it as well as the hubby! After looking at the reviews i decided to bake it for 40mins covered with the the foil and an additional 10mins without."
"Time was short and I had all the ingredients. Would probably increase sauce amount by half, as I thought is was a little skimpy. My kids love ravioli and gobbled this up. Thanks for sharing a super easy recipe."
"This is really good and really easy. Next time I plan on thawing it out a bit so the pieces that stick together come apart easily. i also added 14 more oz. of sauce and put some parmesean cheese on it. thanks for such an easy and budget friendly recipe! :)"
"Easy and everyone loved it."
"Awesome and soooo easy. I cooked it for an hour (with foil on for about 20 minutes of that). Was absolutely perfect with garlic bread and a salad."
"Exactly what I needed for tonight! Thanks so much for posting!"
"SO easy and SO good! I used a 13 oz bag of spinach and cheese ravioli and a 14 oz bag of tri-color tortellini. For the cheese I used 1/2 mozzarella and 1/2 italian blend. Also, on the last layer of sauce I sprinkled italian seasoning, garlic powder, parmesan cheese and crushed red pepper. Thanks for the fantastic recipe. I will definitely be making this again sometime."