It’s Super Sunday here at Robin Hood Bingo™, so time to celebrate with fun bingo games, a bingo party and a tasty recipe for you!
First order of fun: Robingo’s Super Sunday! That’s right, merry players, the most popular bingo party in the Sherwood Forest is playing today at 11am. There are loads and loads of free bonus coins up for grabs, plus fun prizes and other treats. Be sure to be there to get your share of the goodies!
Talking of free coins, tonight join in the Power Hour in the Raining Coins room, because all 1tg players will share 2,000 free bonus coins!
Don’t forget to play Sky High Bingo all day everyday at Robin Hood Bingo to win yourself a share of 10,000 FREE bonus coins! All you have to do is bingo on the number 75 or 90 in the 75 ball or 90 ball bingo rooms. You’ll get 1 point each time you bingo on the number 75 or 90, and the player at the end of the month with the most points will win a whopping 10,000 free coins!
There’s more fun to be had tonight in In for a Penny, Robin Hood Bingo’s™ popular 1p bingo game with a £400 guaranteed jackpot up for grabs! In the meantime, check out this delicious Sky High Bingo baked spaghetti recipe! It’s easy to make and delicious to eat!
Sky High Bingo Baked Spaghetti
3/4 pound of spaghetti
1 Jar of spaghetti sauce (or equivalent of homemade sauce)
2 Small cans of mushrooms (or fresh mushrooms if you have them)
Spices and herbs of your choice
Cheese of your choice (about 2-3 cups)
Optional: Cooked ground meat of your choice (2-3 cups)
1. Boil spaghetti until al-dente.
2. Meanwhile, preheat your oven to 190 degrees Celsius and spray a 9″x9″ baking dish with nonstick cooking spray.
3. Now you can start layering. Start with a layer of spaghetti.You should use half of your spaghetti, Then add half of your sauce, followed by half of the mushrooms and some herbs to the sauce layer. If you want to add the meat, add now. Top it off with half of the cheese
4. Repeat the layers. Pasta, sauce, mushrooms/herbs,(plus meat if you like) and cheese.
5. Bake about 25 minutes, until everything is warm and melty. You can switch to the broiler (or the top rack of the oven on high heat) for the last 2-3 minutes, so that the top gets that lovely toasty color.