Slow Cooker Baked Ziti Recipe | Yummly

Slow Cooker Baked Ziti

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  • 1 pound pasta (dried ziti)
  • 48 ounces marinara sauce
  • 15 ounces whole milk ricotta cheese
  • 2 cups low moisture mozzarella cheese (shredded, divided)
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    Shawna Hysong 10 months ago
    very dry. needs spices and freshness, like crushed tomatoes or something.
    Tori Innella a year ago
    Was very dry when I made it. Followed times and watched it, but it simply didn’t work for me.
    Kelsey Behrndt a year ago
    The noodles weren't hard but there was very little flavor. I added a ton of seasoning. The amount of ricotta the recipe calls for makes the sauce extremely thick, too. Not a fan.
    Sherrod a year ago
    I’m not a fan of how much ricotta the recipe calls for. It wasn’t a good cheese .sauce ratio. I would add another 24 oz of sauce. Plus you’ll have to wing your own seasonings. If you cook it on high for 2 hours in crockpot, you should t have trouble getting the noodles to soften.
    Erin Jacobs a year ago
    sauce to cheese ratio off. made it impossible for the noodles to cook through. ended up throwing out the whole dish.
    Bowman a year ago
    added some sausage. super delicious!
    Michael Plews a year ago
    Turned out great. I had it on high for 1hr and low for 1.5hr and the pasta was not hard like other comments suggest.
    Chris H. a year ago
    I cooked it on high for an hour, then on low for 3 hours. I did not have a problem with the noodles being hard. Pretty good!
    Page 2 years ago
    Hard pasta. I suggest sticking to a traditional method when making pasta dishes.
    Mann 2 years ago
    pasta was still hard