Penne Pasta
Here's a recipe I've been making for years, and it only requires 1 pan.

1/2 of a 32oz. bag of penne pasta noodles
1/2 of a 26oz. jar of commercially available spaghetti sauce (I prefer Prego)
8 oz. package of shredded cheese (I prefer mozzerella)
1/8 cup water

3-inch-deep 9x6 pan
aluminum foil

Preheat toaster oven to 375 degrees.  Open bag of penne pasta and pour half (16 ounces) into a pan about the size of the toaster oven.  Add 1/8 cup of water, then pour 1/2 jar (13 ounces) of commercially available spaghetti sauce on top of water.  Stir around to mix.  Cover with foil and put into toaster oven.  Cook for 40 minutes.  Remove foil.  Cover with cheese, and finish uncovered in toaster oven until cheese is melted and golden brown (approximately 10 minutes).

After cooling down just knock the pizza boxes and beer cans off the egg crates constituting your table, light candles (communion candles are not acceptable) and you and that special someone are good to go on a fabulous romantic evening for just the two of you.

Option 1: garnish with some italian seasoning or anything green (like the mold in your bathroom).


                      Everything about this dish is fattening and is likely to appeal to coeds with weight issues and, therefore, self-image issues.  As such, this dish has a good possibility of ending intimately. Dorm Cuisine
Contributed by Charliedigz
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