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Made this last night just as written - no changes. Used roasted garlic alfredo and a veggie-based spaghetti sauce. I found it very tasty the boyfriend also enjoyed it and co-workers rated it as "awesome". This was easy quick and cost-effective!! Thanks!!
This is so easy! I cheated even more and used homemade sauce that already had lots of mild italian sausage in it. I cooked the pasta and than stirred in the jarred Alfredo sauce to coat the noodles - put half of the noodles in a greased baking dish did a layer of sauce and then some cheese - the rest of the noodles more sauce and cover the top with cheese. Baked covered with foil so it wouldn't dry out - remove the foil and baked for another 10 - 15 minutes. The kids loved it.
For someone who works all the time- I really love easy dishes that are also good on a budget- this ziti was perfect and it made so much! Before I baked it I devided the ziti mixture to 2 smaller casserole dishes so I could freeze one for later. Also because I had precooked veggies from another dinner I threw those into the dish- didn't change the flavor and my picky family ate everything!! Great recepi!
This did not taste good. I think it was the combination of the alfredo and the spaghetti sauce. I used ground beef instead of sausage, but other reviews said they also made this switch. We did eat it and I saved the left overs to eat today for lunch, but we will definitely not make this again. My husband said..."I've never had anything like it..." and he didn't mean it in a good way.