Crock Pot Rigatoni

Crock Pot Rigatoni created by cbw8915

I found this recipe in the "Fix-It and Forget-It Cookbook". I found it easy to make and very adaptable to what ingredients you prefer.

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4hrs 20mins
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directions

  • Layer half of each ingredient in the order listed.
  • Repeat.
  • Cover, Cook on low 4-5 hours.
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"I found this recipe in the "Fix-It and Forget-It Cookbook". I found it easy to make and very adaptable to what ingredients you prefer."
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  1. allure.enterprizes
    Loved this recipe! Came out soooo goood!!! You will definitely love it! Followed it to a “T”!
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  2. ChefDLH
    4.5. This is a great fast meal. One that comes together quickly and greets you with a great aroma when you come home 5 hours later. This is a stew type pasta dish consistency wise. It is layered so there is not a ton of sauce upon serving. If you know that going in it won't be a surprise. We used optional add ins of onion, mushrooms, and Italian seasoning. We also only used on 3.5 oz pepperoni because that is all we had. (I grabbed the wrong package.) But next time I wouldn't change a thing. Tastes great feeds a family of five or six. Thanks for posting a Robin. We will add it to the crockpot and fast dinner rotation.
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  3. DonnaColorado Johns
    This was pretty good. We weren't impressed with the leftovers--consistancy changed and not as good. Thanks Robin
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  4. The Pixelated Veget
    As someone else suggested, I made a vegetarian version of this using mushrooms and eggplant. Quite good, but I think it could probably use another cup of mozzarella, and maybe some parm sprinkled throughout. This was super easy to prepare - I made it the night before and layered it upside down in a dutch oven, then flipped it over into the crock pot the next morning before work. I'll definitely make this again.
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  5. mums the word
    I made this for a potluck lunch at my husband's work place. I did partially cook the noodles first because I don't have a lot of luck when I add noodles to the crock pot straight from the package. Everyone enjoyed it and the smell drove them crazy until they could dig in at lunch time. Thanks Robin!
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