Baked Ravioli

"Rachael's Recipe Notes: This recipe calls for Rosetta Frozen Ravioli and Ragu spaghetti sauce, but I have used a zillion other brands successfully. This is a great quick meal for the family served with garlic bread and a salad. Freezing, Reheating, Servings: This usually serves the 4 of us pretty well, as long as I serve it with bread and butter and a big salad. There are 4 adults in my house. I've had enough leftover to pop in the microwave and reheat for lunch the next day."
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  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  • Brown ground beef.
  • In 11x7x2-inch pan, layer 1 cup pasta sauce, half of frozen ravioli, half of ground beef, half of cheese. Repeat the layering with
  • 1 cup sauce and remaining pasta and ground beef. Top with remaining sauce.
  • Bake uncovered at 425 degrees for 30-35 minutes or microwave for 20 minutes.
  • Top with remaining cheese. Cook until cheese is melted.

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  1. I made this recipe but I added canned diced tomatoes and used fresh mozzerella. I'll never make ravioli the old way again! <br/>It was W O N D E R F U L !!!
  2. Oh wow! made this for supper last nite and it's a winner for sure. Not a complaint, but, I found that the top got a little crusty but that didn't have anything to do with the flavor of the dish. Maybe next time I'll cover it with a bit more cheese. Thank you for sharing such a quick, easy and delicious casserole.
  3. This was a great (and tasty) idea! It was easy to assemble and the final result was good! I will be making it again!
  4. Okay, so this recipe is so delicious and so easy! My 2 very picky eaters chowed this down. My husband said that this is a new favorite. He loves it because it reminds him of lasagna without all the work! :) Thanks for posting this!
  5. This was so good! I followed the recipe as is & it was great!


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