September 8, 2014
By: Jerry Miller

Copy of Foodie Friday: Pizza In A Bowl

This week was my week to cook on the farm. Last week I planned out my week, and naturally it didn’t go as planned. I haven’t been feeling the greatest and then a couple of days I was missing a couple of guys. Which is perfectly fine because I had a plan! I recommend planning for cooking weeks at least a week in advance. I have found if I do then everything just works smoother and I don’t find myself throwing things together the night before and I can easily make adjustments the morning of. I find with planning I have more time to spend with my hubby on Sundays and more time each night to spend as a family together.Thursday I made this yummy, tasty dish. Compliments of my Grandma. Thanks Gram! The guys seem to love it and I think it is a fun dish to put together


Pizza In A BowlIngredients1 lb of hot pork sausage1 lb of mild pork sausage1 package of pepperoni4 cups of noodles (rotini or macaroni or whatever kind of mood you are in!)2 packages of mozzarella cheese (sometimes I throw in some parmesan for fun!)1 can of pasta sauce1 tsp of Italian seasoning1 tsp of garlic1/4 tsp salt1/4 tsp pepperInstructionsCook your noodles. Drain.Brown sausage and drain off the grease.Mix sausage, pepperoni, and about 2 cups of cheese together.Add noodles, spaghetti sauce, and seasonings.Mix together.Add all to a 9x13 casserole dish and sprinkle the last of the cheese on top.Bake at 350 for 30 minutes.Schema/Recipe SEO Data Markup by

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**Now, my guys here on our farm don’t like adding veggies to the dish…but if you find your household or farm love veggies…add some green peppers and onions…mushrooms- whatever you put on your pizza!**Since we are a BEEF farm, I sometimes make this dish with ground beef and it taste just as yummy. Or mix it with pork sausage and ground beef. Both are delicious!**Double the recipe and make a freezer dish- tastes just as yummy a few months later. This was one of my pregnancy meals that I planned before I had our daughter and worked great for those weeks of cooking for the farm and I didn’t feel like doing anything!