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Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan #741817
09/26/13 02:28 PM
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So on my trip to Vegas last week I ate at Bonnonos Pizzeria and had the Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan (catchy name for a food chain). Gotta say it was pretty damn good, even for a fast food joint. Originally being from Louisiana, I rarely get to taste much of any true Italian Cuisine that isn't Cajun or Creole infused (being I'm half Cajun half Italian) so I was wondering if any of you full blooded Italians on here could help me out with a recipe? Thanks and much appreciated!


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Re: Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan [Re: LaLouisiane] #741982
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1 Pound Dried Ziti
1 Jar of Marinara Sauce
Ricotta Cheese (15 ounces)
Mozzarella Cheese (16 ounces)
Pecorino Romano Cheese (about 5 ounces)
1 egg yoke
Freshly ground nutmeg (generous pinch)
Fresh Flat Leaf Parsley (handful)
Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Prep-Get large pot of water boiling and salted
Cut Mozarella into small cubes
Grate Pecorino Romano
Separate egg yoke from white
Fine Chop Parsley Mix Ricotta,
1/2 Pecorino Romano, Parsley & egg yoke well in large bowl
grate the nutmeg right into the mixture
Boil Ziti per package instructions, then drain well
Warm tomato sauce
Fold cooked Ziti and Mozzarella cubes and warmed sauce into the cheese mix

Pre Heat Oven to 425 degrees
Transfer mixture into Olive Oil prepared baking dish
Top with remaining Grated Pecorino Romano Cheese
Drizzle with Olive Oil
Cook about 25 minutes until golden/crisp/bubbly

Re: Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan [Re: LaLouisiane] #741983
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There much better ways to make Baked Ziti, but this is much quicker and still tastes great. Good luck and enjoy.

Re: Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan [Re: LaLouisiane] #741987
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For baked ziti, the key ingredient is the tomato sauce (gravy). Focus on making good sauce (best from canned or fresh tomatoes), and it'll make any recipe better.


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Re: Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan [Re: LaLouisiane] #742977
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Thanks Fellas!


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Re: Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan [Re: LaLouisiane] #745361
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Thanks SG, I finally tried it out Sunday. ill be getting fat from all of those carbs, but its too good to not eat it!


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Re: Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan [Re: LaLouisiane] #747388
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I made this last night and it was a hit. Easy to make and quite tasty. Thanks for the recipe SG.

Re: Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan [Re: LaLouisiane] #857888
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Do they add meat into Ziti, or can you? Like chicken or pork? Or is that not the norm?


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Re: Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan [Re: LaLouisiane] #857979
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Originally Posted By: LaLouisiane
Do they add meat into Ziti, or can you? Like chicken or pork? Or is that not the norm?


We have put chopped up meatballs or sausages in it but usually no, however the meat is served , on the side.


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Re: Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan [Re: LaLouisiane] #858041
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Originally Posted By: LaLouisiane
Thanks Fellas!
great recipe..but they forgot the basics..salt & pepper,oregano, infuse into the sauce somewhere along the way..


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Re: Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan [Re: LaLouisiane] #860292
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Thanks fellas. Getting in touch with my half Italian side since all we have down here is Cajun food.


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Re: Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan [Re: LaLouisiane] #893659
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Made a Cajun baked ziti with crawfish. Will knock you people out of this world.


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Re: Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan [Re: LaLouisiane] #893837
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Originally Posted By: LaLouisiane
Made a Cajun baked ziti with crawfish. Will knock you people out of this world.


Sounds amazing. Crawfish not easy to get in a lot of places but I like 'em a lot. How'd you make it?

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Re: Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan [Re: LaLouisiane] #893963
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My wife makes a good baked ziti. It all in the gravy and the cheese you use.

You know chicken parm was a relatively new thing. It used to be only veal parm. But some restraunts thought people would stop buying it because it was getting more and more expensive.

So they invented chicken parm because it was much cheaper. Surprisingly it was a hit.

I can't get myself to eat it. Have you ever seen a live chicken their disgusting and they stink.


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Re: Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan [Re: Footreads] #894460
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Originally Posted By: Footreads
My wife makes a good baked ziti. It all in the gravy and the cheese you use.

You know chicken parm was a relatively new thing. It used to be only veal parm. But some restraunts thought people would stop buying it because it was getting more and more expensive.

So they invented chicken parm because it was much cheaper. Surprisingly it was a hit.

I can't get myself to eat it. Have you ever seen a live chicken their disgusting and they stink.
Don't rain on everyone's parade....


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Re: Best Recipe for Baked Ziti and Chicken Parmesan [Re: hoodlum] #894824
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Originally Posted By: hoodlum
Originally Posted By: Footreads
My wife makes a good baked ziti. It all in the gravy and the cheese you use.

You know chicken parm was a relatively new thing. It used to be only veal parm. But some restraunts thought people would stop buying it because it was getting more and more expensive.

So they invented chicken parm because it was much cheaper. Surprisingly it was a hit.

I can't get myself to eat it. Have you ever seen a live chicken their disgusting and they stink.
Don't rain on everyone's parade....


Right. Similar statements could be made for any farm animal, I would imagine.

One of the arguments for becoming a vegetarian. I would have done that long ago, actually, if I had enough will power. Tried once... lasted three days.

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See mr blond you did not live when their were chicken markets. If you had you would know what I was talking about.


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