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Tinks15 Tue 09-Apr-19 18:01:25

Please give me your ultimate pasta bake recipes? Looking for a family friendly one to suit all of us.

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AtleastitsnotMonday Tue 09-Apr-19 19:26:55

Just dished one up. Chop bacon, onion, garlic, mushrooms, peppers and fry off. Add two cans of chopped tomatoes, herbs of your choice, a good glug of balsamic vinegar and plenty of black pepper.
Add to cooked pasta and put in oven proof dish. Sprinkle with breadcrumbs and grated cheese and bake for about 20 mins.

Tinks15 Tue 09-Apr-19 19:49:15

Sounds good thank you, what herbs do you use?

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AtleastitsnotMonday Tue 09-Apr-19 22:30:09

Normally basil, parsley and oregano (fresh).

kateandme Tue 09-Apr-19 23:00:34

fry some onions with some bacon and tomatos.
make a cheese sauce
cook pasta and last minutes with broccoli.
add to big dish the pasta cheese sauce bacon tomatoes onion.mix...grate cheese.bake

cook chorizo, onion.garlic.tomatos.
add in some dolmio(or similar cheaper version.and tin of tomatos.
toast some pine nuts
cook pasta
mix in dish the pasta and chorzo sauce mix.add in some mozerlla chunks and the toasted pine nuts.
grate cheese

kateandme Tue 09-Apr-19 23:03:53

macaroni cheese except add layer of salon fillets to the bttom of the dish.

make bolognase mince.make cheese sauce.
cook pasta
make a kind of lasagne esque bolognase bake with pasta,cheese sauce and mince.grate chees over and bake.

kateandme Tue 09-Apr-19 23:04:20

try these :

HoneysuckIejasmine Tue 09-Apr-19 23:21:08

Oooh, following for ideas!

My favourite is: sweat down leeks and bacon/gammon, then stir in to cooked pasta with mascarpone cheese. Breadcrumbs, and bake.

Also chicken and chorizo, onion, chopped tomatoes, pasta.

Blondie1984 Wed 10-Apr-19 00:34:29

Am I the only one who likes crushing crisps (like Doritos, Cheddars etc) and sprinkling them on top?

Rufusthebewilderedreindeer Wed 10-Apr-19 00:50:06

Tuna pasta bake

Dh really likes this one and he is not a pasta fan

AtleastitsnotMonday Wed 10-Apr-19 14:11:20

Back with another. Chop butternut squash into chunks, put on baking tray, spray with oil and season. (Frozen works fine and saves the faff!) Put in the oven until soft and browning. Mean while boil pasta and fry off a finely chopped red onion. Drain pasta, add onion BNS and stir in cream cheese (I use the onion or garlic and herb light philli.) stir in some fresh spinach and pour into dish. Crumble blue cheese and wholemeal breadcrumbs over the top and bake.

georgedawes Wed 10-Apr-19 14:13:17 - we really liked this, but I'd add a bit more feta than the recipe suggests

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Wed 10-Apr-19 20:11:51

I struggle with pasta bake, a) because it feels like a huge faff for something that tastes so basic and b) because I don't eat tinned tomatoes.

The only one I ever make these days is:
roast chunky pieces of red onion, red pepper, yellow pepper plus whole or halved mushrooms
Cook pasta but undercook slightly
Mix pasta into veggies in roasting tin and add a small drained tin sweetcorn
Mix in a load of garlic and help cream cheese plus some red pesto and some milk or creme fraiche to thin it down a bit
Top with cheese and bake

It's far from my favourite meal, but dp likes it.

YesILikeItToo Wed 10-Apr-19 20:17:55

Boil penne, drain and stir in a jar of Lloyd Grossman’s chile tomato sauce. Layer tuna, pasta, mozzarella twice in your dish. Parmesan. Bake 30 mins.

ShabbyAbby Thu 11-Apr-19 15:41:28

Pasta, jar of home-pride, refill jar with water once, bung in the oven. Stir after half hour and top with cheese. Bake until golden.

That's the only pasta bake my toddler will eat. If I add bacon bits, or tuna, or shoot me down a vegetable of some kind, then it is refused.

My favourite is pasta, 4 cheese sauce, smoked salmon and sautéed leeks, with golden breadcrumb and 4 cheese topping.
The cheese sauce is standard white sauce with gruyere, mozzarella, mature cheddar and Parmesan grated very finely. The topping is the same finely grated four cheeses with breadcrumbs mixed in (preferably from toasted ciabatta or french bread). Another variation is the same only with crispy bacon pieces, a couple of tea spoons of whole grain mustard and some small broccoli florets. Food of the Gods.

poshme Thu 25-Apr-19 07:55:22

Shameless place marking.

ronconcoke Fri 26-Apr-19 12:38:46

Make cheese sauce. Add can of tuna. I also like to add frozen mixed veg. Season, being generous with the pepper.

Cook pasta. Mix together with cheese sauce in ovenproof dish.

Sprinkle with breadcrumbs and more grated cheese. Bake at 180 for 20 mins.

We all love this 😊

Lozz22 Fri 26-Apr-19 12:59:13

@Blondie1984 nope I do that too!! Usually a mix of ready salted crisps and grated cheese

magpie24 Fri 26-Apr-19 13:11:26

Baked orzo:

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