Bow Tie Mock Lasagna

Monday, November 13, 2017
Bow Tie Lasagna is the perfect easy solution to your favorite lasagna recipe fast and easy!


this is a homemade bow tie pasta made into lasagna in one big baking deep lasagna pan. This pasta is baked with ricotta cheese, crushed meatballs and sausage and lots of mozzarella layered and baked.



Traditions





It wouldn't be Sunday without eating some kind of macaroni, meatballs and sausage.


This comes together quick and easy and leftovers are fabulous too!


I like to made this often at Thanksgiving as a side dish, everyone always loves a side of pasta!


Traditionally my Grandma always made bow ties from scratch and we made them once a year around Easter or Christmas.


this is a homemade bow tie pasta made into lasagna in one big baking deep lasagna pan. This pasta is baked with ricotta cheese, crushed meatballs and sausage and lots of mozzarella layered and baked.



Love How Pretty These Look!



When I was a little girl, I only asked mom to make this pasta, I always thought it was so such a pretty pasta.


I actually still to this day still feel the same way.



Bow Tie Mock Lasagna is made all in one pan like lasagna



Bow Tie Mock Lasagna Pin for later




this is a homemade bow tie pasta made into lasagna in one big baking deep lasagna pan. This pasta is baked with ricotta cheese, crushed meatballs and sausage and lots of mozzarella layered and baked.



Fun Pasta Shapes



If you have a picky eater, this is the pasta to choose to cook!


My kids and grand children never turn away from eating this fun shaped pasta.


Anytime I make it, it's a perfect meal that everyone loves.


Mom's memory of making fun foods and dinners lives on, making bow ties reminds me of those fun times and days.


this is a homemade bow tie pasta made into lasagna in one big baking deep lasagna pan. This pasta is baked with ricotta cheese, crushed meatballs and sausage and lots of mozzarella layered and baked.



Our Family Sauce Recipe




Traditional Sunday Sauce or store bought around 3 jars of your favorite


Bow Tie Mock Lasagna, is the best fast Italian food you can make.


It will be just like a quick lasagna with thus perfect and pretty pasta.


No one will complain that you used bow tie pasta.


Bow Tie Mock Lasagna is made all in one pan like lasagna




If You Make them Homemade



This kind of pasta is great no matter whether you leave it plain with tomato sauce or into this delicious lasagna.


Grandma even used to make her own bow tie pasta from scratch on holiday, of course those were always a special treat and the best.


Yes they require a little more work, but a light and fluffy little bow tie pasta made the best mock lasagna!


As I said earlier, we had homemade bow tie pasta during the Holiday seasons.


Bow Tie Mock Lasagna is just a quick and easier way to make a fast pretty lasagna using this delicious bow tie pasta noodle.


this is a homemade bow tie pasta made into lasagna in one big baking deep lasagna pan. This pasta is baked with ricotta cheese, crushed meatballs and sausage and lots of mozzarella layered and baked.



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Bow Tie Pasta







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this is a homemade bow tie pasta made into lasagna in one big baking deep lasagna pan. This pasta is baked with ricotta cheese, crushed meatballs and sausage and lots of mozzarella layered and baked.

BOW TIE MOCK LASAGNA

prep time: 25 minscook time: 35 minstotal time: 60 mins
This is an easy version of lasagna

ingredients:

Traditional Sunday Sauce or store bought around 3 jars of your favorite



1 pound cooked loose Sausage and Meatballs mashed together (if you don't have meatballs, use seasoned fried hamburger around 1 pound after it's cooked pour around 1/2 cup tomato sauce in it)
2 cups Mozzarella Shredded
Grated Pecorino Romano Cheese
Fresh Parsley for garnish

Ricotta filling:
1 lb Ricotta Cheese mixed with 2 eggs beaten, 1/4 cup grating cheese, 1/2 teaspoon minced garlic or use granulated garlic powder, salt and pepper to taste and a handful chopped fresh Italian parsley. Mix all together set aside.



1 pound homemade or store bought cooked in salted water and drained to package instructions we like Al dente.

instructions:

1 pound homemade or store bought cooked in salted water and drained to package instructions we like Al dente.

Cook pasta, drain. In a large baking dish start to layer with sauce first, pasta, add dollops of ricotta on top, more pasta then sauce, crushed meat mixture, some mozzarella, some grating cheese, more sauce. Continue layering with pasta, ricotta, meats, sauce and cheeses until all used up with pasta on top then ending with mozzarella cheese, more grating cheese and garnish with fresh parsley. Bake at 350 degrees until the cheese is bubbling and melted.

calories
185
fat (grams)
4
carbs (grams)
3
protein (grams)
8
sugar (grams)
4
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Bow Tie Mock Lasagna Pin for later




this is a homemade bow tie pasta made into lasagna in one big baking deep lasagna pan. This pasta is baked with ricotta cheese, crushed meatballs and sausage and lots of mozzarella layered and baked.


16 comments

  1. SO easy! What delicious comfort food for the season---my family would love it!!!

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  2. This sounds clever and tasty. Perfect comfort food for the colder temps.

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  3. I'm always looking for easy dishes to serve the kids. I think they'll love this one!

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  4. This really is a pretty pasta, those little bow ties are the most adorable pastas around. What a great comfort food.

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  5. What a great idea! I'm so ready for Fall and all the comfort foods!

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  6. You've got all the flavors of a lasagna without the precision! No one can say no to this!

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  7. This sounds like so much fun. Pasta lasagna sounds like something I could have everyday!

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  8. This is such a great alternative to lasagne. I BET the leftovers are amazing!

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  9. Smaller noodles are easier to manage to keep on the fork. What a great recipe for lasagna! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  10. This dish looks and sounds quite yummy. I've made "lasagna" with shells but never with bow ties. And homemade bow ties, where do I sign up?

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  11. Love this fun twist Claudia! It's especially perfect when I don't have lasagna noodles on hand! Yum-o!

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  12. Simply adore the one pan comfort food. And this recipe is fantastic where you get all the flavors of lasagna with the work. It is a win-win recipe.

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  13. Using bow tie in lasagna sounds clever. This is ultimate comfort food any day. Looks delicious!

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  14. My kids love bow tie pasta. This looks like comfort food and they would love it. I love cheesy lasagna. Yum!

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  15. I love this idea! Sounds a lot faster than regular lasagna but just as delicious :)

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