Ooey-Gooey Baked Ziti

On One Green Planet

Link to Ooey-Gooey Baked Ziti recipe.

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GV comments: This dish mimics traditional dairy-based baked ziti well, and, as such, might be an excellent dish to serve to meat-eaters who are willing to try plant-based food. I like that the filling isn't just plain tofu -- there are a lots of other flavors added to give it depth. The marinara is simple but tasty. With a green salad and some roasted broccoli or carrots on the side, this makes a fantastic dinner. 

Timing: About 90 minutes total, including the 15 minutes of rest at the end.

Nutrition: Mostly whole-food unprocessed, except for the vegan cheeses and refined-flour pasta (unless you use whole-grain) 

Gluten-free: if you use gluten-free pasta

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