When it’s been one of those days make yourself and the fam a big ‘ol crockpot of baked ziti.
I have played the piano my entire life. As soon as I was old enough to know my ABCs, my parents put me in piano lessons and I have not stopped playing ever since. Nowadays, I have graduated from piano and have a diploma and teach other children. Usually, these kids are girls between the ages of 6-12. They are young and eager to learn and love to come to classes. It really does excite me. The best part is they consider me more than just a teacher, but a friend.
They talk to me about their lives, and my favorite part: their daily dinners. They talk to me about food all the time and I love it.
Anyway, just a couple of days ago, one of my students told me about a baked ziti her mom made for dinner. She told me it was the best meal she had ever enjoyed in her life (I thought that was funny given she is just seven years old) and that I just had to try it.
She made her mom forward the recipe to me via email and told me I had to make it before our next lesson so I could tell her about it. I told her I would and did and now I have to share it with you.
This baked ziti is so much better than the original types of recipes. Made in the crockpot, it simmers and becomes the perfect texture over a long period of time. If you notice that the cheese is starting to stick to the side of the slow cooker or burn in any way simply turn the heat down to the warm setting. I do this all the time and the ziti keeps hot and bubbly but it stops cooking,
This baked ziti comes together on all it’s own with a great depth of flavor, even though you barely have to do anything to prep it. No chopping and dicing? That’s my kind of meal!
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