Pizza Pot Pie

"I've only made this once, but it was very good and will make it again. I served it with garlic bread, but garlic sticks and a side salad would also be nice. I got this from our local news paper. I liked it because the ingredients are simple, (I make my own pasta sauce), and it's quick to prepare leaving you with a hot, satisfying warm meal. Thanks for trying this."
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  • Preheat oven to 400°F.
  • Cook and drain pasta as directed on package.
  • While pasta is cooking, break apart Italian sausage and cook over medium heat in a large skillet, until done, about 5-7 minutes add in onion, oregano, basil and pepper, stir well Drain excess fat.
  • Stir cooked sausage, onion, oregano, basil and pepper into pasta sauce in an ungreased 9-inch deep dish pie plate or 2 1/2 quart. casserole dish.
  • Add cooked pasta, blend well.
  • Cover top completely with mozzarella slices.
  • Bake 15 minutes or until cheese is melted and mixture is hot.
  • Great served with garlic bread or garlic sticks and a side salad.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Bruce Y.
    I'm sorry to have to tell you this, but that isn't wagon wheel pasta.


  1. theamazingamber
    I wouldn't call applesauce "apple pie", and I wouldn't call this recipe "pizza pot pie" (pizza casserole, or even pizza bake would be more honest). The use of "pot pie" in the title really irks me. Semantics aside, the recipe is tasty and I love how quick and easy it is to make. :-)
  2. DianaEatingRichly
    Really a casserole, not pot pie. Used a different pasta style and fresh mozzarella. Pretty tasty.
  3. sarikat
    Tasted great, both the bf and co-workers loved it. Did add some chopped pepperoni for extra zing. Will make again.
  4. born2bacgirl
    This is my version of a Pizza Pot Pie... couldn't forget the crust! But the idea of pasta.... hmm maybe we could put pasta in the pot pie next time! Yummm!
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  5. Becca Bricker
    I am rating this 5 stars because it is so easy to make. I used elbow macaroni and added pepperoni and mushrooms. Delicious!


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