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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.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
1 hr 5 min
servings
total:
5 servings
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posted:
10/9/2009
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!
posted:
9/29/2009
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!!!
posted:
9/8/2009
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!
posted:
9/7/2009
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.
posted:
8/16/2009
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.
posted:
8/9/2009
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.
posted:
7/30/2009
Very tasty!
posted:
7/22/2009
My husband and I loved it! We will make it again.
posted:
7/20/2009
Delicious! My husband and I loved it, a new favortite recipe of mine!
posted:
7/12/2009
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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