Top-ranked recipe named "Lauri's Stuffed Shells (12 Points)"
Classic Italian Dish
"Loved this recipe! Just a thought; when I make this recipe for children I find they like the taste of Vermont White Cheddar instead of the Mozzarella mixed with the ricotta cheese. Everything else is the same."- capalongr
Cook shells according to package directions. Drain & rinse in cold water, set aside.
Heat oven to 350
Mix together the ricotta cheese, 2/3rds of the mozzarella cheese, the parmesean cheese, the egg & the spices.
Fill each shell with approximately 2 Tbs of filling, and place in a single layer of a 9 x 13 baking dish. When all the shells are filled, pour the spaghetti sauce over the shells, sprinkle with the remaining cheeses.
Cover the pan with aluminum foil, and bake for 20 minutes. After 20 minutes, remove the foil, and bake for 10 more minutes.
Ange325 1 year agoVery good, I used my own sauce and it came out great.
gingerekholm 1 year agoThanks for posting! Great recipe!
Jwebby05 2 years agoDelicious!!!!! Will make these again. They freeze very well!!!
daniellecurtis 2 years agoJust made these tonight and the bf loved them! Said they were just like his moms...SCORE! Thanks for the recipe.
bonedi39 2 years agoVery good. For vegetarians, I added soy crumbles. Lots of flavor.
curltastic 2 years ago
wilcoxs 2 years agoI thought it was good. I used dried herbs and thought the oregano was too strong. I would use less next time.
Drealynn24 2 years agoWonderful recipe! I add a little garlic and about a pound of sausage as well. One of the best recipes I've found! Thank you for posting!
californiaowls 3 years agoReally really good.
stevebider 3 years agoVery good! I add a can of rotel tomatoes and chilies with the sauce. I prefer Ragu.