Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Stuffed Potatoes, HELP!

Hi :) Happy Tuesday! I had a pretty nice day. Work was alright, ran some errands, and then I taught Body Step. I came home and made stuffed potatoes.

Very yum.

I need some help friends- I have to make a pot luck dish for Josh's work next week. I want to do a pasta bake- do you have any good recipes? Please please leave them in the comments or shoot me an email at itzyskitchen at gmail dot com. Have a sweet night ;)

33 comments:

ttfn300 said...

hmm, i'll have to think on this one, don't know if i have a "tried and true" to share though :)

VeggieGirl said...

Delish potatoes!!


**Pasta bake recipe:


http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/rachael-ray/caponata-pasta-bake-recipe/index.html

K said...

The stuffed 'taters look great!

Can't wait to see what you end up making for the pot luck :) I'm sure it'll be fabulous!

Courtney (Eat The Whole Thing) said...

That looks wayy good!

Caitlin (see bride run) said...

you are so sweet :) thank you for the kind message on my blog!

Sharon said...

Wow, that looks great.

Sorry about the pasta bake recipe, I actually never had one or made one before. Good luck with it though!

strongandhealthy said...

That looks like the best stuffed potato I've ever seen!! Nice work!!

strongandhealthy said...

P.S.-Can I add you to my blogroll?

B_Hlthy said...

Oh how funny- I just did a pasta bake tonight!!

I would have much prefferred chicken to the sausage I did- the sausage was kinda gross but the pasta bake was delicious!

B_Hlthy said...

http://runlmo1.blogspot.com/2008/12/pasta-bake.html

Esi said...

I've never done a pasta bake (besides mac and cheese) so I don't have one for ya. Hope you find something good!

eatingbender said...

Unfortunately, I'm no help with pasta bake recipes, but I'm sure somebody is going to hook you up with something scrumptious. Until then, I just want to say that your stuffed potatoes are AMAZING! Very yum, indeed!

Fitnessista said...

wish i had a good recipe to share with you, but the rizzle (aka rachael ray) has a ton!
those potatoes look so delish!

just me said...

i wish i had a good baked pasta recipe...i bet someone will hook you up with one though!

and your stuff potato looks scrumptious!

Juliet said...

Whoa those stuffed potatoes look good! I love potatoes! I hope you enjoyed them. :)

Pearl said...

i've never done a pasta bake - but good luck! and if i come by any blogs that feature a pasta bake, ill link back! :)

Balance, Joy and Delicias! said...

the sweet potato looks delicious!

Mrs. LC said...

My mom used to do this macaroni bake that my sister was obsessed with for the longest time. I know I have the recipe around here somewhere, so I'll look for it today and prob. email it to you. :)

Lindsey said...

I just emailed you the recipe (already had it typed up!). It'll he coming from mrslcblog at gmail.com. Have a great Wednesday!

Holly said...

I wish I had a good recipe for ya, but I agree with the others....Rachel Ray's always look incredibly delish! I'm anxious to see what you pick! Anything involving pasta is amazing in my book. :-)

Rose said...

That looks so good!

lauren said...

the potato dish looks good.

I have never made this recipe, but always thought it looked really good! http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2007/06/chicken_spaghet/

Maria said...

We did a baked pasta not too long ago, it was super easy! We used whole wheat pasta and a veggie pasta sauce. Go to our blog for the recipe..it is under pasta!! Let me know if you have questions!!

Erin of Care to Eat said...

I don't! I've never even made one if you can believe that! I have a good potato and green bean recipe, though.

Tina said...

This is the BEST pasta bake dish: http://carrotsncake.com/2008/05/rachel-ray-saves-the-day.html It's super easy to make and a crowd-pleaser!

Krista said...

OMG! That potato dish looks fabulous!!!!

Good luck with the potluck....wish I could help out, but I can't think of a recipe that would travel well!

Aggie said...

Hi Erica! I'm actually making a baked ziti right now...ground beef (or turkey), pasta, ricotta, sauce and parmesan cheese, mix in a big bowl together then bake for 30 minutes...top with mozzarella. Classic and good.

If not, check this out...it's a little different but so good!!

http://aggieskitchen.blogspot.com/2008/10/mexican-baked-penne-and-cilantro.html

Aggie said...

PS...if you need more specifics on the baked ziti email me! :)

aggie_d@hotmail.com

The Blonde Duck said...

Oh yum! Reeni of Cinnamon and Spice had a really good baked Ziti recipe.

Catherine said...

I'll have to confer with the bf's VERY ITALIAN mother for a recipe. When it comes to pasta she is god.

Fitness Surfer said...

I keep things simple, but I know a rice bake that’s delicious that I only make when showing off =)

Italian Rice Bake (Not healthy but incredibly delicious)
-The bottom layer is cooked Italian sausage nice and juicy.
-The nest layer is a mixture of rice/tomato paste/favorite Italian seasoning
-Then there’s a layer of fried zucchini.
-Finally top with your favorite Italian cheeses.

Hope this helps.

Tip...have the rice cooking while you fry up the zucchini, and sausage.

Apples and Butter said...

I have a great bolognese sauce that can be mixed with any pasta and topped with a good manchengo, but it's a serious time commitment. How much time did you want to spend?

Thanks for the warm welcome back! I gave myself a little break over the holiday, but I am definitely back!

loveofoats.com said...

sorry no pasta bake recipe but i do have a yummy broccoli casserole recipe!

love the stuffed potatoes - im sure bill would love these!