Friday, October 3, 2008

Cheesy Spaghetti Bake




This is another quick and easy but very yummy dinner that I have been fixing for the kids since they were small. As previously stated our daughter is leaving for College on Oct 1st and she made another dinner request. This was my husband’s first time for this meal and simply loved it also.





1 Lb Ground Turkey (Beef would be ok)
1 Jar Spaghetti Sauce (Whatever brand you like)
3 Tbs. Johnny’s Garlic Season
1/2 Lb Spaghetti Noodles
2 C. Shredded Cheese (Whatever kind you like)
2 Tbs. Montreal Steak Season

Fry the turkey in EVOO over medium high heat, season with garlic and steak seasoning. Cook until the meat is no longer pink. While the turkey cooks heat water in stock pot to cook the pasta. When the water is ready cook the pasta for 5-8 minutes. Add the sauce to the meat and let simmer for about 5 minutes. When the pasta is done add it into the meat sauce and mix well. Stir in 1 ½ C. cheese and mix well, transfer to a baking dished that has been sprayed with cooking spray. Press down in to the dish and bake at 360 for 15-20 minutes, top with remaining cheese and melt under broiler. Cut into squares , serve and enjoy.

8 comments:

Cheryl said...

Looks pretty yummy!

Kevin said...

Baked pasta is always welcome!

Anonymous said...

oh my goodness mommy....
i love this
:]

Cathy - wheresmydamnanswer said...

This looks great - what a wonderful winter comfort food...

Hillary said...

Believe it or not, I've never had baked spaghetti but I imagine I would love it! This looks SO good! I could see where your kids would love it too.

Amy said...

This looks so good! So good infact that I'm going to make it tonight. Thanks for the great recipe!

Mom said...

This looks so good, can't wait to try it.

LyB said...

I love to bake pasta dishes it just seems to make them more comforting. Your version looks delicious!

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