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A dish that keeps on giving, this recipe is simple to make and can last up to a week in the fridge, or also frozen. This is one of the best dishes when reheated, as it never seems to lose it’s flavor. Although this recipe doesn’t necessarily call for meat, you can add bits of leftover turkey, or even a pound of ground beef, to add the earthy and hearty flavors of this dish. You can also use store bought spaghetti sauce or leftover sauce, as well. You can also sub green, or yellow peppers for a slightly different flavor.
One of the best things about this recipe is that it’s perfect for a busy weeknight! It only takes about 10 minutes to prepare everything, and a quick half an hour in the oven – and you have yourself a healthy, delicious meal. You can spend the rest of the evening just sitting back and relaxing!
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Food Network
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