5 Reviews

This is good...even my picky son liked it.

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sherry1246 July 08, 2012

Hi,i made a sample of this recipe yesterday because I plan to serve to guests on wed.I used my own marinara sauce.Layering sauce.Ravioli, mozzarella cheese,hot sausage link and more sauce.Deliciouso!!!A keeper.......thanks.Cook bookaholic

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SYLVIA O. October 21, 2007

This is a lot easier to make than Lasagna-no messy ricotta to deal with. It tasted pretty good, but I think when I make it next time, I will use beef ravioli-I used part cheese and part beef, and the beef ones tasted better. I bought two packages of ravioli's, obviously, and could have used more sauce, so next time I will use more sauce so I can make four layers of raviolis-think I need a deeper pan!

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JohnsCutie March 19, 2007

this was really good! my husband really liked it and he can be hard to please ;) i used extra lean ground beef, added frozen peas (for something green), and a can of mushrooms to the sauce. i used spinach and cheese raviolis that we had frozen and it came together really well!!! will definitely make it again!

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benniferobins February 22, 2007

This was a good recipe and I would love to try it with Italian sausage in place of the ground beef. I reduced the recipe to serve 3 and got 4 very generous servings. I do have an issue with the quantity listed for the ingredients. The ravioli I used was 20 oz and I only used about 16 oz for the recipe. The reduced recipe called for 1 1/2 cups mozzarella cheese which I also reduced. For the spaghetti sauce, I used my Italian Cooking Sauce Mix. The recipe produces a very meaty sauce which we enjoyed topped off with freshly grated parmesan cheese when serving.

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PaulaG October 04, 2006
Baked Ravioli