Favorite Baked Spaghetti
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 1 hour + standing
OMG! YUMMY. YUMMY. Will make it again. This is my go too recipe.
This was dinner tonight. Everyone had seconds.
I am a 20 year follower of Taste of Home. I thought I’d use this recipe as it appeared in “5 Star Recipes from Taste Of Home Magazine” it was awful! Absolutely no taste, I even added garlic and chilli flakes. It was a waste. I’m a 40 year veteran of cooking and I post reviews often and not often negative, but this........was Awful.
Awesome,easy dish! Kid favorite! Everyone’s favorite! Lol!!!
This was a massive hit. I am not the biggest fan of cottage cheese so I replaced it with shredded parm (might think about ricotta next time)... and it was loved by everyone! I would highly recommend. This will be a staple in our house as some awesome comfort food. I used chickpea spaghetti to lessen the carbs and my picky teen had no idea.
I put it in the oven. Was’nt having it until dinner time . I figured I’ll let it bake and then set where all the ingredients can soak up and all blend in for a good flavor. I used mozzarella cheese and I sprinkled a little Montenery jack cheese for a little little spice. Warmed it up later. I put aside a little more sauce if needed.. it came out absolutely Fantastic ... My whole family enjoyed it... little toasted garlic bread on the side... definitely a great recipe ????
This is relatively easy to prepare and it tastes so good! I sometimes substitute browned Italian sausage for the ground beef. Everybody seems to enjoy this!
Very good and easy to make I baked it in my pampered chef rectangle casserole stone it turned out great. The stone is deeper then a 9 x 13 glasses baker.
Very easy to put together, and really liked the carbonara tweak on the spaghetti. I made the following changes to work with my pantry items - 1 1/2 lbs. of hamburger, a 32-ounce jar of sauce and angel hair pasta. It does make a full 9x13-inch pan, so would use a deep pan next time to prevent spill over in the oven. Will make again.
Well, my goodness, Laurie. We can't be cheap, can we?