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Stuffed JUMBO Shells

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by JACK, Nov 3, 2011.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    I've always struggled with this recipe off the box of Creamette Noodles. The struggle efforts always came out good, but I had some extra time yesterday and paid attention and made mental notes to augment the simplified (and incomplete) box instructions. It turned so good that I wanted to put this into my recipe box and thought a few of you might like the enhanced version. So that is why the picture was taken after the 2 meals were eaten and the rest cooled overnight. Looks much prettier as it first comes out. I'll be glad to send yo a word document on this if you email me. The recipe

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    Let this cool 10 minutes before serving, and this was the best I have ever made this item. Highly recommended if you like Italian food.
     
  2. JACK

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    Cook the sausage in about 2 tb of oil and dump sausage and oil into a colander. Do not wipe pan. Needs the oil residue to soften the onion.
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  3. need to shoot more

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    pass the bread please
     
  4. Dr.Longshot

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    That looks like a Lasagne recipe w/Jumbo Shells substituted.

    I make Lasagne often.


    Gary Bryant
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  5. Uncle Screech

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    Hmm, this doesn't seem to have anything to do with 8ga. or even 10ga. loads. This recipe seems like it would make a mess of the barrel anyway.
     
  6. Claymuncher

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    Jack : As soon as I get that Ljutic I just bought from you I am going to celebrate with this recipe. That is if I can get my wife to make it. Looks like it is bad for you so that means it will be very good.

    Geary
     
  7. JACK

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    G. Ill send you the easier to read word doc.


    eat your fill. good for your gout
     
  8. daddiooo

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    I was doin' real good on my diet til' I saw this.

    I'm about to have a stuffed shells meltdown. I'll let you know how that turns out.
     
  9. APrice

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    Jack, I make a similar dish but don't bother with the stuffing of the shells. Once you start chewing it doesn't really matter whether it's inside or outside the shells.
     
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    Looks great Jack, but where's the spinach?
     
  11. C E Demulling

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    I thought this thread was going to be about reloaded shotgun shells...oops.
    Hey guys, here is a much easier and tasty recipe for stuffed shells, manicotti shells that is:
    One box of manicotti shells,
    One package of string cheese,
    Italian Seasoning,
    2 jars of Prego Spaghetti Sauce,
    Water

    Pour about 1/2 jar of the spaghetti sauce over the bottom of a 9 x 13 pan, enough to cover the bottom.
    Take a piece of string cheese, dip it in water and then roll it in the Italian seasoning. Put this in an uncooked manicotti shell and put it in the 9x13 pan.
    Do this with all of the string cheese and manicotti shells.

    Cover the uncooked manicotti stuffed shells with the rest of the Prego sauce.
    (You can add cooked meat to the sauce if you want)
    Sprinkle with pamesean cheese if desired.
    Cover the pan with Reynolds alluminum wrap.
    Put this in the refrigerator over night.

    Next day bake in 350 degree oven for about an hour. Very good and very easy!
     
  12. RWT

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    Jack,
    Looks mighty tasty, can't say much about the presentation though. Maybe it was better before the animals got into it. A big chunk of sourdough garlic bread and a bottle of cab. Don't get no better
     
  13. APrice

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    CE, if you think Prego is good, you'll really love homemade!
     
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