This sounds so good except for the cottage cheese. Cottage cheese, sour cream, raw milk, ice cream, I even have trouble with yogurt. I can not eat. I guess I could leave out the cottage cheese or is there something you can substitute for the cottage cheese? This looks so good, I would like to try it.
This is very good, BUT Pizza Hut’s Cavatini, not so much. Hubby sez, “you can make this again”, so it’s still a winner. Maybe he missed the little wagon wheel pastas. lol We remembered cavatini as being saucier (and not so garlicky), and the cottage cheese and mozzarella creamier (so it will be blended next time) with a cheesier top.
we love this stuff, Pizza Hut would have done so much better to keep this on their menu & not changed their sauce recipe & gone to ‘natural’ meats…lol, come one, these kind of dishes are not supposed to be healthy!!! Love, love, love it!!! ♥
This recipe will make your house smell like a pizzeria! Butter up some garlic bread and toss together a green salad for a completely delicious meal.
1/4 lbground turkey
1green bell pepper, chopped
1yellow onion, chopped
6 ozturkey pepperoni
1 jar(s)any (red) spaghetti sauce w/garlic
1 cwhole wheat elbow macaroni
1 cwhole wheat penne
1 cwhole wheat rotini
2 1/2 clow-fat mozzarella cheese, separated
16 ozlow-fat cottage cheese
1 tspitalian seasoning
1Brown ground turkey, onion and bell pepper. Add pepperoni and sauce.
2Boil all pastas for 10 minutes. Drain.
3Add to meat sauce mixture.
4In a medium bowl, mix 2 cups of mozzarella, the cottage cheese, and Italian Seasoning.
5In a 9×13 baking dish, layer almost ½ of pasta/meat mixture. Then, add a layer of ½ cheese mixture. Add another layer of pasta/meat (make sure to leave enough for a thin third layer). Add a layer of the rest of the cheese mixture. Top with remaining pasta/meat, and sprinkle on the ½ cup of mozzarella.
6Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes.