Easy Baked Ziti Alfredo

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Deneece Gursky

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@Smokeygirlxo

During the week it is really hard for me to make time consuming recipes with all the other activities I have to handle. So now and then I use store bought products and in the famous words of Emerril, "I kick them up a notch" This can be made with your homemade alfredo sauce, or the way I have it printed here. I do have an alfredo sauce recipe and if you like I will post that also : ). This is a favorite of my two children and a big hit at all parties! Costs a little serves alot!

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★★★★★ 4 votes

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Ingredients

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    2 lbs ground sirloin
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    2 boxes ziti, cooked al dente
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    2 jars ragu classic alfredo sauce
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    2 jars ragu garlic alfredo sauce
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    parmesian and romano cheese
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    salt, pepper, garlic powder, complete seasoning, sazon tropical seasoning
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    mozzerella cheese, shredded

How to Make Easy Baked Ziti Alfredo

Step-by-Step

  1. In large baking pan (lasagna type) pour one can of each sauce and add seasonings to taste. (I load mine up on garlic cause my family is all garlic addicts lol)
  2. In large non stick skillet heat ground beef and season well with all seasonings including parmesian and romano cheeses. ( I go light on salt heavy on garlic) Brown meat until cooked through.
  3. To pan of sauce add half the cooked zitis and half the meat and stir thru. Repeat with second half of noodles and meat. Add remaining sauces and additional seasonings to taste. Sprinkle top of pasta with shredded mozzerella. Parmesian and Romano
  4. Cover with tin foil and bake in preheated 350 degree oven till heated thru! Serve with my Avocado and watercress salad, and some yummy cuban or italian bread

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