If I could give 10 stars, I would- and I've never written that on this site before. This was DELICIOUS! My extremely picky 3 year old loved it, and he doesn't eat meat, cheese, or anything that looks "strange". He gobbled this up, so did my 1 year old and a 4 yr old that was visiting. I 1st sauteed onions/garlic/red pepper in some olive oil, added the hamburg to that. I used a jar of Classico Four Cheese Sauce & a can of stewed tomatoes (not drained). That was not enough sauce, so I added a bit more sauce from another can of sauce. I used a mix of mozzerella and munster cheese, about 3 c. total. I used an entire bag of ravioli & did NOT cook the ravioli first, there's no need to do that. I did have it out on the counter while I cooked up the burger though. I cooked at 400 for 30 minutes, covered with foil. Took foil off, turned off oven, and left it in for another 5-7 minutes. Sprinkled generously with parmasan cheese and wallah! I liked this better than lasagna, it was SO easy, inexpensive, and super good. (I got the frozen cheese ravioli at Aldi for a couple of bucks, at the most). Thanks for the best recipe I've ever tried on this site - and I've tried a lot. I will definitely be making this again and again. Next time will also add some spinach to the mix to get some greens in the kids.
UPDATE: This time, I shredded a zucchini, two carrots, and added fresh spinach to the hamburg/onion/garlic mixture. Used Classico Four Cheese sauce again. It's SO good, and healthier!
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