As promised, Baked Ziti.
I’m sorry, I had intended for this post to come much sooner than it did, but that’s just how my life is.
But I didn’t forget about you! I’ve thought about you every day, how you’re just sitting on the edge of your seat, checking this blog every 5 minutes to see if this recipe has shown up yet.
Seriously, though, there are probably better uses of your time.
So, without any more ado, here is how you make my baked ziti.
Oh my. It’s only 1:37 and it’s already been quite a day. I should have known. Waking up to snow on April 20th is a terrible omen.
Add to that the fact that my son has decided lately that he will not go back to sleep if he wakes up early from his nap, no matter how short it’s been. He doesn’t seem to care that about half an hour after getting up he will completely fall to pieces from exhaustion. And then I will fall to pieces from all the fussiness directed at me until he gets tired enough to take another nap.
Anyway. On days like today, it’s nice to have really easy recipes in your repertoire. Like this one.
I titled this post “Easiest Chicken Ever.” and although I suppose there might be an easier chicken recipe out there, this one is incredibly delicious despite the minimal work involved.
Here’s all you need:
So. I’ll admit I like to make fancy meals for people. This is not one of those meals. This is simple and delicious and sooo not fancy.
There are a lot of Shepherd’s Pie recipes out there. This one is really easy, and you probably have all the ingredients in your kitchen already.
Note: there are no porcupines used in these meatballs, so if you were excited that you finally found a use for that porcupine carcass in your garage, I’m sorry.
This is one of my grandma’s recipes. Therefore, it is delicious. It’s homey with a twist. Some good ol’ comfort food.