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Cheese Lovers Pasta Roll Ups

Cheese-Lover's Pasta Roll-Ups recipe
photo by:kraft
In this awesome riff on traditional lasagna, ricotta, Parmesan and a blend of three cheeses are rolled up in the pasta and baked until delicious.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
6/9/2010
yes you can stuff manicotti shells this is what I did years ago. I also made crepes and fille with the same ingredients.
posted:
6/8/2010
I wonder if instead of lasagna noodles, you could fill manicotti??? RuthStew
posted:
6/8/2010
Received a Kraft e-mail today containing this recipe and had forgotten how good these roll ups are. I always use more sauce and cheese. Around here there can never be too much Kraft cheese in something! We have some trees to clear this weekend and I plan on making this for supper. What a better way to end a busy day working outside! Thanks Kraft!
posted:
4/22/2010
I used whole wheat noodles, added a tablespoon minced garlic and added chopped spinach. It was wonderful and a big hit at our Church lunch. I will definately make again!
posted:
4/19/2010
I really loved it! SO EASY!!
posted:
4/13/2010
I doubled most of the recipe because of my large family, and it was delicious. Next time I would use more ricotta cheese or even cottage cheese so I can stuff the lasagna noodles more. I also noticed I didnt really need to bake it for the time in the recipe. Mine was done in about 25 minutes. Overall it was great recipe that was very quick and easy to make!
posted:
4/2/2010
This was a very good recipe. I made it for a church function and it was all gone!
posted:
3/6/2010
I have made this recipe a few times and I added meat on one occasion; browned sweet turkey sausage. This always tastes good and turns out great.
posted:
2/28/2010
I've made this a couple of times and I would recommend using extra sauce because it comes out dry. I served this with ciabatta bread and a salad.
posted:
2/25/2010
This recipe was great! I'm not a huge fan of ricotta cheese, but this changed my mind! I cut some turkey pepperoni into thin strips and added them to the mixture along with some spinach. Also the green onions are a must! This was quick and easy to prep. So good!!
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