make-ahead

[meyk-uh-hed]
adjective
that can be prepared in advance: a make-ahead casserole.
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And what makes it successful as a make-ahead main is that the pasta is cooked separately.
Not only does it taste fabulous, it keeps well and gets even better with age, so it's a perfect make-ahead gift for the holidays.
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