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This is some pretty good stuff.  I wanted something like goulash, but yet a casserole.  So I combined these few 

ingredients and got  what I call my 'glorified goulash'.  If anyone tries this recipe, let me know how well you liked it 

or what you added to it.  I like messing around in the kitchen and trying new things.  

Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees

yield: 8 servings
  

1 pound of rigatoni or elbow pasta ( boiled and drained)

15 or 20 meatballs (I prefer store bought), warmed and drained of grease

1/2 pound of italian sausage (no msg please) browned and drained

15.5 oz can spaghetti sauce( traditional)

15.5 oz. can fire roasted tomatoes with garlic

8 oz. mini-portabello mushrooms (rinsed)

16 oz. can black olives, drained

1 pound Mozzerella cheese, shredded


Spray large rectangular casserole dish with non-stick olive oil.  

After warming and draining meats, mix in medium sauce pan with spaghetti sauce, mushrooms, tomatoes, and 

black olives.  Cover and cook over med heat til hot. ( about 15 minutes).    While meat and sauce are 

 heating,spread  pasta in casserole dish evenly.  Now, remove sauce from heat; stir and pour 

over pasta arranging so that everything is spread evenly.  Top with Mozzerella cheese.   Bake 35 minutes or til 

golden on top.    

Better let it sit for about 15-20 minutes, or you'll burn your mouth.  

Serve with greens,  or a veggie, and some garlic or italian bread and enjoy!

Writer's Block: Goblin for a day.

Let's say you're a hobgoblin for 24 hours. What sort of havoc would you wreak? Or: If a baby of unknown origins suddenly fell into your care, would you keep it? What would you name it?
 the kind that takes someone else more than 24 hours to clean up and get frustrated over for once (hehehehehehe)

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