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Chicken, Cheese & Spinach Manicotti

Chicken, Cheese & Spinach Manicotti recipe
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Take an Italian taste tour with our manicotti stuffed with chicken, basil, spinach and cheese. Bonus: It can even fit into your healthy eating plan.
30 min
1 hr 5 min
5 servings
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Was a bit time consuming, definately not a weeknight meal, but we loved it. I substituted the cottage cheese for lowfat ricotta and it was excellent!
I added some diced sun-dried tomatoes to the filling and substituted Alfredo sauce for spaghetti sauce. So VERY GOOD and so worth the effort!!!
First attempt at manicotti ~ very time consuming, but with manicotti I thought it would be. I used extra garlic and pan grilled the chicken. I also added salt & pepper to the mixture. Very good! My kids even went back for 2nds!
This just took way to long to make. Too long for the pasta to boil, really. I have 3 kids under 5 so I need something faster and easier than this. I also thought it was a little bland even though I added italian seasoning to the mix.
Delicious! Even my husband, king of unhealthy eating and won't touch green stuff normally, enjoyed it. I used the cottage cheese, too. I did have like, way too much filling for 10 manicottis. I used the whole box of 14. I think I might've had more than 1 1/2 cups of chicken though - maybe more like 2 cups - as I didn't really measure. Next time though, I think I'll use shells. It took forever to fill the manicotti. I did use my hands as it was just easier, and it went ok but was just time consuming. I did add some italian seasoning and some pepper to the shell mix as I read a few of the comments that it was bland. I also used a roasted garlic and onion sauce.. mmm. I'll make it again, but it wasn't fast enough to put together to make it frequently.
This is my first attempt at manicotti. It tasted good,but,too much work and what is the secret to stuffing the shells with out them falling apart? Is there a special tool? I think I will stick to the other great recipes in this site.
Very tasty!
My husband and I loved it! We will make it again.
Delicious! My husband and I loved it, a new favortite recipe of mine!
I loved it i forgot the chicken so it was a vegg manicotti but just a good like it so much I'll make it again without the meat.Had enough for 14 shells now that can feed a family of four with a salad and vegg nicely.
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