Faked Ziti

Esty Wolbe Recipe By
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  • Cooking and Prep: 25 m
  • Serves: 4
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This is my Faked ("Baked") Ziti. There's no draining and no baking and the easiest thing to make for dinner. Watch the video!

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Ingredients (5)

Main ingredients

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Make the Ziti

  1. Put the pasta, milk and water into a pot. Simmer on high until all the liquid is mostly absorbed. Stir so it absorbs the liquid evenly.

  2. Then add the marinara sauce and shredded cheese. Stir well until melted. Serve topped with grated parmesan if desired.

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  • Melody Trachor

    SOAMAZING!!!!

    First of all, (you can make this gluten- free, just substitute the pasta out for gluten- free pasta.) This recipe is amazing!!! So creamy!!! my family usually has this at least once a week! I recommend this to everyone, besides for the fact that it is sooooo simple and easy to make!!!! If you haven't made this, you need to at once!!!
    Posted by #cooking |July 9, 2020
    2
  • Miri

    wonderful!!!!!!!!!

    Most creamy, gooey, heaven, yummy pasta ever!!!! not kidding, it made my day! (not just about the taste, also the draining.)
    Posted by Piata |July 6, 2020
    0
  • Adina

    Delicous!

    Great recipe! I would skip the cooking in milk and just cook the pasta regularly and drain. I ended up with one burnt pot that took some serious elbow grease to clean (even after soaking overnight)! I also prefer a heavier sauce to cheese ratio, but overall, a delicious and easy to whip up lunch or dinner!
    Posted by CookingHealthy225 |May 28, 2020
    1
  • esty spitzer

    Posted by estie663@gmail.com |April 1, 2020
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  • F.M. Braun

    Posted by F. B. |January 7, 2020
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  • Chaya Mushka :):):)

    WOW

    i watch kosher.com videos all the time, but not for the recipe, more for the entertainment (i am 13 yrs). i saw this recipe and i was like "WOW it is so simple and easy!! I made it for dinner and my family loved it and i loved it. Simple and easy and DELICIOUSE!!
    Posted by Chaya Mushka |August 7, 2019
    0
  • mina b

    would this work with almond or soy milk?
    Posted by mbt |January 22, 2019
    0
  • Tzippy

    Amazing!

    I like it even better than regular baked ziti!
    Posted by TzippyBishop |December 30, 2018
    0
  • gitty normile

    Looks great but...

    Before taking a bite into that delicious ziti how about a bracha?
    Posted by gwenn1215@yahoo.com |November 22, 2018
    0
  • sarah

    yummy

    so easy and yummy! Thank you for all the great shortcuts!
    Posted by swolpin |July 19, 2018
    1
  • Heather

    Posted by Heather |July 17, 2018
    0
  • Renee Schwartz - Kosher.com Admin

    Posted by Renee Schwartz |July 9, 2018
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  • Tova

    D-Licious!!

    Actually thought it tasted better than regular baked ziti. Maybe because it cooked in the milk and became so creamy. Thanks to Shaindy for the tip on making it in a foil pan- it made a perfect Thursday night no mess supper!
    Posted by tovaa |December 1, 2017
    0
  • Esther

    faked ziti

    In the video it says to turn the flame to high. In the instructions it says to simmer on low. Which is correct?
    Posted by bobbyesther |October 19, 2017
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman
    Definitely low is safer with noodles. I would say bring to a boil and then lower to simmer.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|October 20, 2017
    3
  • Shaindy

    Quick & Easy

    Kids loved it! I added more water as my kids like it less chewy. P.S. I did half a recipe it in a disposable deep 5x7 pan. (Yes, I put the pan on the flame and cooked in it instead of using a pot.) All I had to wash up was a spoon!!! :)
    Posted by sha1ndyp |September 4, 2017
    0
  • Dina

    Delicious

    Tastes just like baked ziti. Great for those without a milchig oven.
    Posted by Dee6334 |April 26, 2017
    0
  • BARB

    Delicious and fastest supper ever!

    Best recipe ever. For those days when you are in such a rush, kids are starving, and you have no idea what to make for supper. Tastes delicious as well! Thank you!
    Posted by chai18 |April 24, 2017
    3
  • Devorah Zaks

    Super easy and so delicious!

    Brilliant idea and so delicious. Takes just a few minutes to throw together and the taste is spot on! Thank you Esti for this winner of recipe!
    Posted by Devorah Z |March 5, 2017
    1
 
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  • Melody Trachor

    SOAMAZING!!!!

    First of all, (you can make this gluten- free, just substitute the pasta out for gluten- free pasta.) This recipe is amazing!!! So creamy!!! my family usually has this at least once a week! I recommend this to everyone, besides for the fact that it is sooooo simple and easy to make!!!! If you haven't made this, you need to at once!!!
    Posted by #cooking |July 9, 2020
    2
  • Miri

    wonderful!!!!!!!!!

    Most creamy, gooey, heaven, yummy pasta ever!!!! not kidding, it made my day! (not just about the taste, also the draining.)
    Posted by Piata |July 6, 2020
    0
  • Adina

    Delicous!

    Great recipe! I would skip the cooking in milk and just cook the pasta regularly and drain. I ended up with one burnt pot that took some serious elbow grease to clean (even after soaking overnight)! I also prefer a heavier sauce to cheese ratio, but overall, a delicious and easy to whip up lunch or dinner!
    Posted by CookingHealthy225 |May 28, 2020
    1
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  • Esther

    faked ziti

    In the video it says to turn the flame to high. In the instructions it says to simmer on low. Which is correct?
    Posted by bobbyesther |October 19, 2017
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman
    Definitely low is safer with noodles. I would say bring to a boil and then lower to simmer.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|October 20, 2017
    3

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