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USMCTIGER1970
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Baked Ziti Recipe
Looking for someone's go to recipe. Planning on trying this for the first time this weekend.

I know there are a ton of recipes out there on the net, but I know someone on here probably has, as good or better recipe that I'll find. TIA


MeridianDog
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re: Baked Ziti Recipe
When I was not keto dieting, I did baked Ziti occasionally. I looked and did not have a written recipe. However, if I decided to find a recipe, I would go to this lady

Lidia Bastianich

I have had her Ziti in Pittsburgh. Expensive Italian restaurant, but really good food.

I am sure you know you can use Italian sausage, beef, pancetta, ham, or other pork cuts in your Ziti, or make it meatless.

I would argue that a well made Mac and Cheese is a form of the dish. On second thought I would not argue it, but it still is IMO.


PBeard
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re: Baked Ziti Recipe
Sopranos recipe- Binging with Babish
This post was edited on 9/2 at 7:24 pm


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KosmoCramer
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re: Baked Ziti Recipe
I've never made it but this is one of the top recipes from All Recipes:

LINK


Check the comments, they'll tell you all you need to know about tweaking it to your liking.


USMCTIGER1970
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re: Baked Ziti Recipe
Yeah saw this on the app. I guess the big debate was weather she should have stated to cover it while in the oven LOL!


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bdevill
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re: Baked Ziti Recipe

After you make the sauce, dunk the parboiled pasta in the sauce and let it soak up some of that sauce. It will keep your ziti from being dry.


Also, about 15 minutes before you pull the dish out of the oven, add more mozzarella and parmesan on the top. That way the top doesn't over-brown and you get that nice soft bubbly cheese top.


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USMCTIGER1970
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re: Baked Ziti Recipe
Great tip thanks.


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USMCTIGER1970
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re: Baked Ziti Recipe
quote:

I've never made it but this is one of the top recipes from All Recipes:

LINK


Check the comments, they'll tell you all you need to know about tweaking it to your liking.


Went with this here is the result.

Image: https://i.imgur.com/VnEd6sH.jpg


Image: https://i.imgur.com/BBqGBoT.jpg
This post was edited on 9/6 at 3:34 pm


LouisianaLady
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re: Baked Ziti Recipe
DAMN that looks good. Baked pasta is my favorite pasta.


Dingeaux
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re: Baked Ziti Recipe
that looks good. I loved baked ziti


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USMCTIGER1970
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re: Baked Ziti Recipe
Thanks!


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