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Discover the magic of transforming your leftover pasta and bacon into a mouth-watering Bacon and Leftover Pasta Casserole. View the recipe below!
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Certainly! You can use fresh pasta as well. Just cook it according to the package instructions before assembling the casserole.
While nutmeg adds a unique flavor, you can substitute it with a pinch of thyme or allspice or skip it altogether if you prefer a more traditional taste.
Absolutely! You can assemble the casserole a few hours ahead and refrigerate it until you’re ready to bake. Just remember to increase the baking time slightly if it’s cold from the fridge.
To reheat, cover the casserole with foil and warm it in the oven at 325°F (160°C) until heated through. Alternatively, you can microwave individual servings.
Of course! You can customize this dish by adding sautéed mushrooms, spinach, or roasted red peppers for an extra burst of flavor and nutrition. Simply fold them into the pasta and bacon mixture before baking.
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