I didn't use garlic powder, I used four cloves of finely minced garlic and added it to the ricotta mixture. I was concerned the noodles wouldn't get done because it didn't call for them to be boiled first, but they were great! The only thing I would do different next time - saute the onions and garlic in olive oil for a few minutes before adding it to the ricotta mixture. (We told my son that the green stuff was parsley, not spinach, and he fell for it.) For the side I bought a loaf of italian bread, split it lengthwise and laid the loaves crust-side-down on a cookie sheet. Then I "generously" spread softened butter on each loaf, followed by a sprinkling of garlic powder and salt. Baked the bread at 350 for a few minutes, long enough to let the butter get melty, then turned on the broiler. (Thanks Pioneer Woman!)
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I didn't use garlic powder, I used four cloves of finely minced garlic and added it to the...