I was thrilled to find a simple baked ziti recipe that called for ricotta, parmesan and mozzarella cheeses (not sour cream!). This is how my grandmother made baked ziti, and wanted to stick with those classic flavors.
I have made this recipe several times and typically make two adjustments. First, I mash 6-8 homemade meatballs in the sauce. (Obviously, this means the recipe is no longer light, nor vegetarian, but it does add a lot of flavor.) Second, I add extra sauce - a cup or more - because it comes out a bit dry if you use only 28 ounces.
Bottom line: this baked ziti is quick, easy, delicious, and it's great for feeding a crowd.
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I was thrilled to find a simple baked ziti recipe that called for ricotta, parmesan and...