Prep time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 30 minutes
1 package cheese ravioli (9-13 oz)
1 jar tomato parmersean sauce (10-15 oz)
1 pound ground meat. I chose turkey. You can use whatever.
Cheese. Really, you can use as much as you want. I wanted provolone, but they didn't sell shredded, so I ripped up some deli slices. Creativity is the key to cooking.
Cook your meat and ravioli. While it's all cooking, preheat your oven to 350 degrees and grease your baking dish/pan. Please remember to grease. I didn't, and now I have to clean this nasty, sticky mess.
Mix your sauce and your meat together and pour half of the mix into the bottom of the dish.
Layer your ravioli over the sauce and if you want, add a layer of cheese on like I did.
Then, pour the rest of the sauce over the pasta.
Bake for 20 minutes. Then, uncover the dish, add a layer of cheese, and let it bake uncovered for about 5 or 10 more minutes. Let the cheese get all gooey.
The wonderful thing about this is the variety you can do with the ravioli, the meat, the sauce and the cheese. Like spinach? Make Popeye's Ravioli Bake by using spinach and cheese ravioli and adding cooked spinach to the sauce. Like it big and beefy? Use meat ravioli, a meat sauce, and...yeah...more kinds of meat. You can use any flavor combination you like. It's really easy, and it tastes good too.