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One Skillet "Baked" Ziti

By: Shawn from I Wash You Dry
One Skillet Baked Ziti
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This is the easiest Italian meal to make. One Skillet "Baked" Ziti only takes 20 minutes, five ingredients, and one skillet to make. The result is a heavenly combination of cheese, pasta, and ground beef that you won't believe was so easy to prepare. This recipe mimics the delicious taste of other baked ziti recipes, but this dish is not actually baked! You simply blend all of the ingredients in the same pan and in a matter of minutes, you're ready to eat! It's the best of both worlds with this recipe that minimizes time spent in the kitchen while maximizing flavor.

Serves6

Cooking MethodSkillet

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I love hearty one pot dishes like this ziti casserole, since it allows you to quickly get the chore of cooking out of the way so you can relax and unwind after a busy day. I love the recipe starter used here it has a really deep and rich flavor while saving even more time in the kitchen. An Italian style chicken sausage could be used here for a lighter twist.

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