Pink Pasta Casserole Recipe – Perfect Food Comfort!


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Pink Pasta Casserole is a super easy pasta recipe that will make you lick your plate clean! It is made with penne pasta in a creamy sauce. If what you are looking for is a delicious and comforting dinner, this is what you are looking for! This combination of tomato sauce and alfredo with sticky owe cheese is a casserole you need to put into your meal planning rotation. Pink Pasta Casserole If you are looking for the perfect comfort food recipe then this Pink Pasta Casserole recipe is for you. This tasty dinner recipe is easy to prepare and you might already have all the ingredients! This creamy pink macaroni and cheese recipe is an easy weeknight dinner that the whole family will enjoy. Leftovers are so delicious! If your kids enjoy cooking, this is a great recipe they can help you with. Pink Pasta describes mixing red marinara sauce and white alfredo sauce. Larger jars of sauce are best. Or, if you have your own marinara and alfredo recipes, you can use that too! You can use any brand, flavored marinara, or alfredo sauce that you like (ex: roasted garlic, basil tomatoes, etc.) Start cooking the meat of your choice. I suggest ground Italian sausage or Italian turkey. However, ground beef would be delicious as well! The recipe requires 1 pound of meat, but if you prefer extra pasta sauce, consider doubling the meat to 2 pounds. While the pack of pasta is fully boiling, drain the meat and add the marinara and alfredo sauce over the meat. Add Italian spices and garlic powder. The creamy and meaty sauce smells so good that it’s hard to resist early nibbling! Drain pasta and place in a large saucepan. Pink noodle casserole Pour the meat sauce over the pasta and stir until completely blended, as seen in the video. Next, prepare a baking dish with a non-stick spray and add half of the pasta to the baking dish. Put 6 slices of mozzarella cheese on it. Put the second half of the pasta over the cheese. Add another 6 slices of mozzarella cheese on top. To prevent the cream casserole from drying completely, be sure to cover it with aluminum foil before putting it in the oven. What I love about mozzarella cheese is that it melts so beautifully. Since you are adding two layers of mozzarella cheese to this pink pasta casserole, every bite will contain this amazingly delicious cheese! To add a little imagination to your presentation, sprinkle parsley on top. Serve with a side salad and maybe some garlic bread. Delicious leftovers! Cover the leftovers and keep them in the fridge. Take it to work or, as my kids love, put it in a thermos for a hot school lunch. More Casserole Recipes from Smart School House: You will need 1 pound of a box of penne pasta (or pasta of your choice) 1 pound of ground Italian sausage / Italian turkey / ground beef (you can also double the meat to 2 pounds if you prefer) 24 ounces Marinara sauce jar 22 ounce alfredo sauce 12 slices mozzarella 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning 1 teaspoon garlic powder Other supplies needed: 9 x 11 dish baking dish (or similar) Nonstick sprayer Large pot for cooking meats and sauces Large pot for boiling pasta How to use Preheat the oven to 350 degrees, boil the pasta for 7-10 minutes, or according to the instructions on the box, the brown meat, drain the fat, add the jars of the marinara sauce and the Alfredo sauce to the skillet with the meat. Add the Italian spices and garlic. Put the powder on the sauce and stir until it blends. Pour the meat sauce over the pasta and stir until fully blended. Prepare the baking dish with a nonstick drizzle Add half of the pasta to the plate and put 6 slices of cheese on top. Put the remaining half of the pasta over the cheese Add another 6 slices of mozzarella on top and cover with tin foil and bake for 25-30 minutes or until bubbles and cheese melt Serve hot Enjoy!


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