Stir up your taste buds with this collection of baked spaghetti recipes that combine meats, vegetables, cheeses, and savory sauces into one dish. Just pop one of these baked spaghetti recipes into the oven for a delicious dinner in a flash.See Popular Baked Spaghetti Recipes
Here's a breakfast or brunch version of spaghetti with tomato sauce that's baked with eggs and cheese.
Tender spaghetti, precooked meatballs, and savory mushroom-tomato pasta sauce, are baked until hot and bubbling and garnished with cheese.
This 30-minute one-dish meal is a great way to use leftover turkey. Serve the turkey slices over spaghetti to soak up the pepper and onion tomato sauce.
Let the kids help assemble this family-pleasing pie. They can shape the spaghetti and Parmesan crust while you cook the meat sauce.
With pepperoni, mozzarella cheese, and tomato sauce this fun pasta recipe tastes like your favorite pizza.
Even children who are suspicious about "mixed" foods such as casseroles will dig into this baked beauty with relish. Chances are this will become a family favorite, so next time, try making it with ground turkey instead of ground beef!
In the mood for Mexican tonight? This combination of pasta, salsa, ground beef, and cheese captures south-of-the-border flavors.
Sure, your friend's Italian-American grandmother knows how to make baked ziti, but why not gather a few tricks yourself? Ziti, a dish that's as beloved as spaghetti with meatballs, is poised to be your next Sunday supper.
Just about every Italian joint in the U.S. knows how to make ziti, but why not put it together at home next time you're craving a hearty, red-sauce meal? Ziti--also referred to as baked ziti, depending on the preparation--is as honored among Italian-Americans as spaghetti with meatballs.
Make your spaghetti dinner, but don't worry about how much past to toss in the post. In fact, toss is a lot--maybe even the contents of two one-pound packages. If boiling spaghetti on a hot summer night isn't all that much fun, well, do it once with the air-conditioner on high, and then get three more spaghetti-based meals without steaming up the entire kitchen.
If you're a pasta lover, eating only spaghetti is akin to a music lover listening to only one band. The wide variety of pasta shapes -- manicotti, rigatoni, angel hair and gnocchi, to name a few -- offers unlimited opportunities for creativity at dinnertime. These lesser-known "indie bands" of pasta are just a quick to prepare as more popular pastas, such as spaghetti and lasagna, and they're just as versatile, too.
We are smack-dab in the middle of the holiday season, and both grocery stores and food makers know exactly what we're looking for. December sales cycles are full of all the items you need for baking festive treats and making your signature dishes for entertaining. Here you go... Ingredients for baked goods remain on sale this month.
Great Italian food means pasta, and every great plate of pasta starts with a delicious red sauce (well, not every dish, but you know what we mean!). Once you've got the sauce, you've got the meal -- for a couple nights running.
My mom and I have a weekly tradition of going to the downtown farmers' market together nearly every Saturday morning in the summer and fall. We stroll along the bustling street, coffees in hand, savoring local breads and cheeses. And while bright summer produce is enough to get any foodie's heart aflutter, what really gets me excited is when the temperatures begin to drop, the leaves begin to change, and fall produce starts making an appearance!
Every home cook knows it's wise to have a pound of ground beef at the ready. As a dinner ingredient, it's endlessly versatile--great for quick burgers, as the base for chili, or (drum roll, please) in a casserole. Yes, we love our ground-beef casseroles, and for good reason.