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Cheesy Manicotti

Cheesy Manicotti recipe
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Spinach and mushrooms, along with cheese, make a tasty filling for this meal.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 5 min
servings
total:
7 servings
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posted:
1/26/2009
Excellent! we used large shells in stead on manicotti, but we will definatly make again!
posted:
1/24/2009
It was really good. I've been made manicotti many times before, but the ricotta came out so bland. The spinach and garlic in this recipe makes it perfect!
posted:
1/23/2009
the filling is a little bland but my children really enjoyed this recipe.
posted:
1/17/2009
Yummy!
posted:
12/9/2008
It was delicious.
posted:
11/26/2008
I have made this recipe twice. Once for company and I had rave reviews.
posted:
11/25/2008
I love this recipe and so do my kids, and they are very picky. Instead of cooking the noodles beforehand I stuff them raw (hard) and cover the bottom of the pan with sauce and then cover the noodles with sauce. This works just as well.
posted:
11/16/2008
I didn't like the ricotta cheese in it. It made it taste disgusting.
posted:
11/10/2008
This is one of my all time favorites! It takes a lot of effort to make but it's oh so worth it. I use a whole can of spaghetti sauce instead of only 2 cups and extra mozzerella. Like Rachael Ray says, "Don't be cheap with the cheese." I served it with a salad and artisan bread with dipping oil. Olive Garden has nothing on me!
posted:
10/14/2008
My kids and I really enjoyed this recipe. It had lots of flavor and was fairly easy to make, which is a deal-maker for me. I found that filling the pasta tubes was somewhat tricky. Next time I'll stop cooking the shells when they are still a little on the firm side, and maybe they won't tear when I spoon in the filling. Very yummy!
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