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Stuffed Shells

1 package jumbo pasta shells

4 c. meatball mixture – (See May 17 for recipe)

2 jars marinara

4 c. shredded six Italian cheese

Stuff meatball mixture into uncooked pasta shells.  71 more words

Easy

Stuffed Shells+

What I love most about cooking is that it’s all (for the most part) “to taste.” You can take classic recipes and switch up the flavors to create something you and your family will truly adore. 837 more words

Dinner

Taco Tuesday's Stuffed Shells

I’m baaacccckkkk!

I didn’t mean to take such a little vacation from the blog. I went to happy hour last Wednesday and then worked my first shift at Mamma Lucia’s (yes I can’t seem to stay away for those of you who know I worked there in college. 500 more words

Pasta

Cook: Skillet Stuffed Jumbo Shells

Italian food is simple.  There’s no denying it–good ingredients combined simply to provide simple comfort.  It’s why it’s one of my favorite cuisines.

When you can make simple food even simpler without sacrificing taste, like cutting out a few steps and a few dirty dishes, it’s even better.   569 more words

See Hatsie Cook

My Go-To Make Ahead Recipe

Last week we had our first ever MNO Pot Luck.  It was a super fun time hosted by the fabulous and gorgeous Aimee.  You can read her Five for Friday post here. 610 more words

Try It Tuesday

Pesto and Garlic Stuffed Cheesy Shells

No matter what kind of stuffed shells you make, you really can’t go wrong.  There are tons of different versions- taco, chicken, beef, spinach, etc.  Generally I make spinach stuffed shells- which don’t get me wrong, they’re good.   749 more words

Main Dishes

Three Cheese Stuffed Shells

Mmmmm….stuffed shells.  My version is full of Ricotta, Mozzarella and fresh Parmesan cheese, plus spinach for a nutritional punch.

I always double the recipe and freeze the extra pan – then you can take right from the freezer, bake in the oven at 350 degrees until hot and bubbly and have dinner ready any night of the week! 253 more words

Main Entree