Originally posted December ’12 , this is my go to for a crowd. Easy to prepare, and almost everyone will love it. Perfect food for Super Bowl Sunday and perfect for these freezing winter nights. Enjoy!
I was having some family for Chanukah but Joel asked if we could make it Italian food instead of the usual Chanukah fare and I must still be in my Roman state of mind so I agreed and this is how I did it. I started with my Turkey Bolognese sauce. ( Look up Turkey Bolognese on my blog ) . This is much easier than lasagna, and I made Bolognese sauce the day before assembling baked ziti. I also put the Bolognese sauce over some shredded zucchini in addition to baked ziti for those who wanted lighter fare. Then I followed the rest of the directions for my baked ziti. You can make this meatless by using marinara sauce of your choice. This is a perfect satisfying Sunday Dinner, and great for a crowd. A cheesy comforting meal if ever there was one. So here’s to an Italian Chanukah! Happy Chanukah everyone!
Ingredients: for baked ziti
(turkey bolognese is a separate recipe)
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