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Spaghetti Pie With White Beans Spaghetti Pie With White Beans. Ingredients. Directions. Lightly coat a 9-inch, deep-dish pie pan with cooking spray and reserve. Set a large pot of water to boil Serves: 6 | Serving Size: 1/6 pie.

Nutrition (per serving):. Recipe of the Week: Spaghetti Pie with White Beans 1 1/2 cups cooked navy beans, no-salt added 4 ounces whole-wheat spaghetti 1 teaspoon olive oil 1 large onion, chopped 2 cups tomatoes, chopped 4 cups fresh spinach, chopped 1 teaspoon dried basil 1 teaspoon dried oregano 6 large egg whites 1/2 cup. Spaghetti Pie With White Beans 1 1/2 cups (208g) cooked navy beans, no-salt added (about 1/2 cup/100g dried beans) 4 ounces (114g) whole-wheat spaghetti 1 teaspoon olive oil 1 large onion, chopped 2 cups (475ml) tomatoes, chopped 4 cups (114g) fresh spinach, chopped 1 teaspoon dried basil 1 teaspoon. Macaroni baked with pepperoni, salami, and mozzarella cheese is a hearty ‘white spaghetti pie’ that will warm you up on a cold evening. Macaroni baked with pepperoni, salami, and mozzarella cheese is a hearty ‘white spaghetti pie’ that will warm you up on a cold evening. Green Bean Casserole Ground Beef Casserole Sweet Potato Casserole.

Cook 1 pound spaghetti to just al dente, approximately 7 minutes. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cook the beef, onion, garlic and seasonings in a skillet until browned. Whisk together the ricotta, sauce, parsley and seasonings. Toss the pasta with the sauce, cheese and beef.

Stir in the cheese. Transfer the spaghetti mixture to a pan or baking dish. Bake for 25-30 minutes. How to make spaghetti pie: 1. Cook spaghetti noodles.

2. Season noodles and add to pie dish. Add hot cooked noodles, butter, parmesan cheese, basil and beaten egg to a large bowl and toss well to combine. The egg and parmesan cheese help the noodles to hold their shape when you cut the pie. Press mixture firmly into pie dish.

penne, fresh basil, white beans, tomatoes, olive oil, homemade chicken stock and 6 more Cod Fish with Pesto and White Beans On dine chez Nanou chicken bouillon cube, cod fillets, pine nuts, onion, carrot and 8 more Creamy Pasta With White. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a 9-by-3-inch cake pan with cooking spray. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Add the spaghetti and cook for 3 to 4. In a large bowl, whisk egg whites, melted butter and Parmesan cheese until blended.

Add spaghetti and toss to coat. Press spaghetti mixture onto bottom and up sides of a greased 9-in. deep-dish pie plate, forming a crust. Spread cottage cheese onto bottom; top with beef mixture. Bake, uncovered, 20 minutes. Sprinkle with mozzarella cheese.

3 1/2 cups cooked, drained beans (save cooking liquid for water in recipe, if desired) or 2 15-ounce cans small white beans (such as Great Northern or Cannelini), rinsed 1 pound short tube pasta (see suggestions above) 1 tablespoon minced fresh rosemary.

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Then take out the meat and stir in two spoonfuls of flour, mixed with a little sweet milk, till smooth; add a cup of sweet cream, a handful of chopped parsley or thyme, and serve it up with toasts.

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• While vegetables are roasting, place kidney beans, sour cream, cream cheese, lemon zest and hot pepper sauce in the bowl of a food processor.

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When the filling is cooked in a casserole pot it can be served as a thick soup with sugar and cinnamon over it.

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Combined with shallots and butter, the thin green beans called haricots verts make a splendid accompaniment.

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Add the chicken stock, white wine, and thyme to the pan.

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  • I will try this! I do a spaghetti casserole; but put spaghetti plain on bottom, then spread a cream cheese w Sour cream mixture w green onions over that, then the meat sauce, then cheddar cheese. It’s the BOMB!

  • Shared it, I would make mine with chicken and cream of chicken soup. Since my health issues and all the medications I’m on I can’t eat pizza & spaghetti sauce

  • Thanks for the recipe! May in suggest getting a microwave pasta cooker? They are super inexpensive, take less time and no more stovetop or straining. Ever since we got ours pasta night is so much simpler! I got mine from Tupperware but they make really cheap ones that work just as well. Highly recommend!

    I think I’ll do 2 seperate ones too. A regular for me and then my hubby’s that has peppers, lots of onions (no onion for me) and extra garlic.

  • I have been wanting to get an idea made and sold on Amazon. I have no idea what or how to do this. Can you give me advice on this? I would greatly appreciate it. ❤️P.s..i love your recipes and try them all the time!

  • Can’t wait to try this!!
    I’ve made a spaghetti bake before but not like this. You shld try adding pepperoni on top! My kids loved it with the pepperoni on top.

  • I made this recipe today 6/11/2020 and this one is to keep, I think I would prefer over the spaghetti; the creamy cheeses made it more smooth on the taste. Also has a kind of sweetness even though theirs no sugar add it… Maybe do to using larger onion. Thanks!

  • OMG, I’ve never even HEARD of a “Spaghetti Pie” until today!
    That looks so good! This video is going into my “Cooking and Baking” playlist!

  • I want to try this… Pls guys support our channel also jst started doing vlog.. Pls check out mokie’s taste.. Thanks in advance keep safe everyone

  • I made this for my GED class today because it was our secretaries birthday and it turned out very well also I’m a prep cook at Rosa Restaurant in Pierre South Dakota.

  • I’d like to have a big plate of this right now. I’m always looking at new dishes to make and this looks delicious. Thank you for sharing. Take care and stay safe.

  • I have two questions which part should I ask the butcher for the meat �� (because sometimes they are very chewy) and if use canned beans (because my stomach is sensitive) when should I add the beans then?
    Your recipes look delicious.

  • I swear you are my “go to” person for anything I want to make. Not only are your videos easy to follow you make it fun. Lol thanks girl.

  • I’ve made this recipe at least 4 times since I found this video. It’s insanely good and incredibly simple. I’ll never go back to regular spaghetti or cream sauces made with a roux again.

  • My idea is just to follow what she did when she filled up the tray in order not to burn or overbake the topping i will cover it with aluminum tray before i bake when almost done around 10 minutes more i will take the spaghetti out from the oven then remove the cover (aluminum foil) after that fill it up with the parmessan cheese and put it back into the oven uncovered bake for 10 minutes or until the cheese is melted. (Need to reduce the temperature for the last time to bake creamy cheesy spaghetti). Nice also if we brush the tray or spray with baking spray before putting the spaghetti in the tray but make sure don’t over spray.

  • They couldn’t post the recipe in the description box could they?! All I wanted was the recipe and he had to speed up so much of the end I don’t know how much of what he used. And all you people are just busy being rude!

  • Holy moly.
    Yes yes yes yes yes
    Going to the grocery store tomorrow buying all these ingredients making this

    Subscribing and sending this recipe to everyone I love.
    Because I already know that it’s bomb

  • I make mine the same, except that I add more cream cheese and about a 1/2 cup of heavy cream, along with salt, pepper and some garlic powder to the noodle/cheese mixture and stir stir stir. It gives it an Alfredo flair and so much more flavor to the noodle portion of the pie.

  • Your husband looks like he’s in heaven right now lol It looked great right out of the oven BUT after watching him gobble it down, I’m dying for a taste! ��

  • Ellinize saglik! Thank you for this recipe. In my family we have Italian heritage. We make something similar but with no meat, plus a kind of pasta (ditalini). But I like kuru fasulye too!

  • I was searching YouTube for a baked spaghetti recipe and found this. It came out SO good! My family couldn’t get enough! My 4 year old loved it too! Thank you!

  • I LOVE bake spaghetti…my rugrats and I can not eat regular spaghetti anymore LOL. I don’t use cream cheese or cottage cheese in mine but I will try your recipe this weekend #LookSoGood

  • I just found your channel I love it I’m a Alabama girl so I love greens and potatoes well food lol you are an amazing cook love these videos

  • that is the most beautiful spaghetti pie I’ve ever seen I watched candy Poo video when she made it she didn’t use the sour cream are the cottage cheese she left those ingredients out she must have got the recipe from you her,s look too good to and I told her that was the first time I’ve ever seen a spaghetti pie but then I went to your video after her,s and yours really look too good I am amazed I never seen a spaghetti pie so I will be trying it thank you you too friend

  • I just want to say GOD BLESS YOU A MILLION TIMES for sharing your gift and your delicious recipes! You inspire me to cook! I’m not always creative when it comes to cooking… and the question “What’s for dinner” is at times very frustrating to me! Thank you for all the amazing ideas!

  • You seem so nice, I bet everyone who watches feels just like me right now: wanna be friends? haha:) wishing you lots of success, sending love and light! 😉

  • It is truly a super stew!!!
    I used to cook a similar dish in Poland called ” Fasolka po Bretonsku ” white beans with Polish sausages.
    Later on, in Canada my husband’s favorite dish was White Bean Tajine with beef-, an interesting Moroccan dish.
    Warn Greetings from Ottawa
    Peace be with you
    Krissie

  • hey I love the video!!! looks so delicious. I noticed that you have the cutco spatula. I am an assistant manager and receptionist manager for my office and I love cutco!!!

  • I will give you a small tip concerning the gas. When you soak the beans put 2 Bay leafs. In Lebanon we cook it the same way and we also call it Fasulia and we serve it with pilaf rice.

  • In Lebanese cuisine we have this too! It’s also called “fasulya” or “fasuliyye”! Almost exactly same recipe too! One difference is that we add garlic and coriander, fried in butter. We also put meat in it, but very little because the beans are very filling.

  • Why am I torturing myself looking at these yummy videos! I’m doing a raw fruit & veggie cleanse & this yummy deliciousness is not giving me the right motivation!

  • Dang Kevin!… that Spaghetti Pie looks absolutely mouthwatering definitely a ‘HOMERUN’ for sure and what a coincidence chive and onion cream cheese is a favorite at our house as well. Thanks for sharing my brother.

  • Seeing you cook in that cast iron skillet let me know you know what you’re doing, I was told by a recommended chef himself to stop by your channel and check you out and I see you �� that looks so amazing �� and delicious OMG look at that unlike no other…..Thank You Snoopy

  • Beyond my imagination but Wow i love your creativeness ma’am.. So yummers, i love to cook that sometimes so easy to cook.. Anyways new subcriber here Ma’am sending hugs from the Philippines������

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  • Thank you for your easy to follow recipes I’m from England but now live in Turkey my Turkish neighbours are so impressed when I share food with them they can’t believe an Englishman can cook Turkish food so nice.. maybe I will let them into the secret but not yet��

  • basically, we add to this recipe a small dice of carrots and cellary with some cumin powder plus about 200 gr of pre-cooked sliced beef tendon. Also can substitute fresh peeled tomato for the tomato paste. our background is Turkish Jews that settled in Canada three generations ago. Great winter heart warmer.

  • Thank you so much for the English version. Saw your Turkish version first. This recipe looks so amazing and tasty. I will sure try it.

  • Give Isaac some real food to cook. Isaac if she doesn’t teach to cook, you let me know little man. Right here. I can hear you from here.

  • Just made this today. Delicious. Hard to imagine so few ingredients can taste so delicious. Anyway, I used Great Northern beans. The written recipe and what the video showed seemed to be a little different so I ended up with these ingredients. 2 TBS tomato paste. 1 TBS paprika. 1/8 tsp cayenne pepper. I used 1 pound stew beef. I also could not believe water would do the trick, so used 4 cups chicken broth and about 2 cups water. I didn’t add any salt until I was all done. Also, at the end I added some pepper. The rest was the same. It’s amazing how tender the beans are when cooked for 20 minutes in the pressure cooker (and sitting for about 30). And also how melting the beef is. Wow! I’m really happy with this recipe because it’s easy and fast. I also made the lentil soup (twice now), and am crazy about that, as well. So these two recipes have become my staple recipes now because of how easy, fast and delicious they are.

  • I love you soo much. These are so addicting. I’m gonna make all of these once my mom allows me to use the oven on my own. Can’t wait <3

  • Thanks for the great video, In palestine we do the same recipe but without the chili paste and paprika and we add fried ground garlic at the end ��

  • Omg, first you’re a great cook and I’m glued to your channel. Second, that cardboard stove was adorable. I want to make one for my niece and nephews now! Finally, I don’t have children and only my best friend gives me the desire to have them… Not by her even convincing me but how I see her interact with her kids… And I get that same feeling when I see you and your kids in your videos. Sorry for getting sentimental, but it’s the truth. Thank you for your videos.

  • Made this dish today and Alhamdulillah it was amazing, even family agreed! Thank you so much for this recipe!:) I used cannelini beans and was delicious xxx

  • Salam alikom my dear sister, I am from Afghanistan. In Kabul we cook the beans similar to your beans. But only differences, in my country kidney beans are more popular and we add garlic.
    Thanks
    Love from Afghanistan.

  • Hi!!! It is a common dish in Romania. We usually make it without meat or with smocked meat and add bayleaf, parsley and dill. Most of our dishes came from you!!!! We changed them a little but not too much!!
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  • Made this tonight and it was delicious! Definitely a new favorite. Very easy to make for someone like myself who isn’t the best in the kitchen

  • You are an excellent cook. I agree with the Lebanese person who said that the dish has originated in the countries of the Levant ( Lebanon, Syria and Palestine). I came to Lebanon from Norway to study Arabic language and history at the American University of Beirut. Fasulya in Arabic has a meaning and it’s related to ‘ seasons and seasonal food ( 30% of Turkish language comes from Arabic).
    This dish is served mostly in winter in these three countries which not only influenced Turkish food, but they brought so much to Italy, Malta, Spain, Portugal and Greece… see the latest BBC article on the expo at the British museum: how indebted is the world to the Arabs and Persians… I learned that pasta, pizza, focaccia, rice, sorbet, artichoke, citrus fruit, pesto and aubergine were brought by the Arabs to the world, and kebabs were brought by the Persians, and the salting techniques to preserve food was invented by the Phoenicians…

  • What is the red pepper paste called in Turkish?
    The shop where I buy most of my groceries almost certainly would have a Turkish brand of it but that will also only be labelled in Turkish which I can’t speak.

  • M Man!. that is one of the best Spaghetti pies I’ve seen on YouTube! Next time add the sound effect when your cooking..Gonna try making one..Thanks for sharing

  • In Morocco we make it same way in pressure cooker just without flour.. and the meat is either some good pieces of lamb with bone or dried meat from Eid that we call “Gadid”

  • We are cooking the same way the white beans, but not with meat, simple or with smocked sausage. We add also cumin and fresh parsley or fresh coriander �� Greetings from Cyprus ��

  • Please whenever you add any spices write their names and quantity along with the video we are from Pakistan sometime we don’t know the name of spices

  • In my part of the world, winter is coming. And winter is long and hard. This sounds like a good thing to try this time of year. Thank you for sharing! ��

  • Dear Aysenur,
    Another lovely turkish recipe, thank you! I will be relocating to Turkey within the next couple years, and will be purchasing all my kitchen supplies there, as I will not be shipping mine. While watching your videos, I have been trying to inventory what you use to prepare and cook these wondering meals. If you haven’t already, I hope one day you might create a list of your kitchen supplies and the main spices you use. Of course there no rush, but once I relocate, I want to immerse myself into the culture, and attempt to cook at least some of these dishes. Teşekkür ederim.

  • Many MANY thanks for posting and sharing this! I’ve never had Turkish food before and am looking forward to trying this. I love beans and your recipe looks really delicious!!

  • Thank you so much for this recipe. It looks perfect for the colder winter weather coming up. I appreciate your sharing your tips and techniques. My kitchen is tiny, so I do not own a pressure cooker, but I make beans pretty often and am used to the time it takes to cook them. Definitely I’ll be making this over the weekend.

  • Soak the beans the night before in saltwater 45 grams salt to 1.5 litres water. Discard water and rinse. This stops the beans from splitting. Great winter food

  • This looks really good. Was looking for a different way to use my leftover spaghetti sauce and I think I just found it. I’ve gotta try it!

  • Hello from the US! I add lots of garlic, some cumin, bay leaf, then add chopped fresh parsley and lemon just before serving. It’s cold and rainy here, and I wish I had a pot of these beans simmering on the stove right now!

  • Wat a lovely recipe and one I would dearly love to make, may I ask what brand of Red Pepper Paste you use and is it sold on Amazon?