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Stuffed Shells

Stuffed Shells recipe
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Melty cheese, tomato sauce and a creamy filling...the ultimate win-win-win win.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr
servings
total:
5 servings
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posted:
3/3/2005
I also loved the recipe!! I add just a little more cheese on the top and I've also used crab meat instead of the cottage cheese. It turned out great and everyone loves it!!
posted:
2/26/2005
I love this recipe. It is sooo good. I have to admit I do use more cheese than is called for but only on top. I have made this for several people and everyone loves it!
posted:
2/19/2005
I substituted the spinach for low-fat creamed spinach and the shells for whole wheat shells and used low-fat mozzerella. My finicky 17 month old daughter absolutely loved this dinner and it was so low-fat and healthy that I don't mind if she wants to eat it multiple times a day!
posted:
2/15/2005
Good. I didn't add the red pepper and added extra garlic. I made 2 batches and froze one.
posted:
2/11/2005
We loved it!!
posted:
2/8/2005
posted:
2/8/2005
We enjoyed this recipe, although I would not use a whole red pepper, the next time maybe just a little less then half the pepper and chop it up smaller. also I would add some minced garlic or garlic powder, thats only if you enjoy a more garlic flavor, and we do! It was a great recipe and very attractive to serve too!
posted:
2/7/2005
Pretty good, but here are my suggestions...it has too much red pepper. I used a half of a red bell pepper but wished I'd used a quarter. Maybe cook the pepper first too, since it stayed crispy even after baking. I would use a quarter of a pepper and then the same amount of chopped tomato, since the red color does look pretty. Other than that, I really liked this recipe.
posted:
2/3/2005
We enjoyed it. My husband liked it, even though it's a low fat recipe.
posted:
2/2/2005
Skip the good seasons dressing mix. I think it ruined this dish. I will end up throwing the rest away. Next time I will use the seasoning mix for salad dressing like you are supposed to.
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