Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 1 hour
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Spectacular! I used my Marinara, and added a little fresh basil and oregano to mixture since I had some on hand. I also think I went a little heavy handed with the cheese. Definite keeper!
I made this for my fiancé and brothers and they loved it! I put quite a bit more cheese than the recipe called for because we all love cheese and it turned out perfect! For cheese loving families I recommend... Using a 6 oz container of ricotta Pouring 1 cup of mozzarella in with the ricotta mix Using 1 cup of mozzarella on top
I made this recipe with vodka sauce, and it was amazing! My husband and I loved it. I'll be making this one again.
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My family loved it. I added a mixture of ground chuck and Italian sausage since we donand#039;t usually do meatless dinners along with garlic knots. I covered it in foil out of fear of it drying out which I believe caused me to have to cook it an extra 30 minutes or so. Next time Iand#039;ll leave of the foil so it can soak up more sauce. Itand#039;s easy to fix, I have to double recipes for a family of five. This is a keeper! I also made a dessert to have with it. It is an apple pie-cake mix cake. Itand#039;s like a cobbler and very easy and good with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. My family thought I spent a lot longer in the kitchen than I did.
Fabulous! I add Italian sausage and extra spices to the sauce for my husband.
Everyone asked for seconds on this dinner. I think next time I'll add chopped spinach to the cheese mixture for a bit more depth in the flavor.
The entire family enjoyed this Cheesy Manicotti. I prepared it exactly as instructed, using a lower fat version of ricotta and pre-chopped onions and the recipe came together quickly. I also used a piping bag to fill the shells which made it super easy. It really is a delicious comfort food that will be appearing in my menu plan again in the near future!