Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 65 min.
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I agree with the person who mentioned using the jerky gun. It was fun and took no time at all making this!!
Used hot sausage and 2% Cottage cheese. Stuffed in jumbo shells instead of manicotti which was easier. Spread some Hunts garlic and herb pasta sauce on bottom as others suggested. Covered with remaining sauce and topped with 1/2 mozzarella and 1/2 Monterey Jack cheese, Baked at 350 covered for about 65 minutes, uncovered and added cheese. Baked 5 minutes more. Delicious !
Restaurant quality states my dear husband! I’m giving a 4 Star because I made some adjustments. I used ricotta cheese and one egg along with hot sausage. I used a quart size zippy bag
Love this recipe. I did put some marinara sauce on the bottom of the pan to keep the pasta from sticking. It is rather messy to stuff the shells, but it’s worth it.
I use my Jerky Shooter to fill the manicotti. Makes it easy, fills them evenly. Get it at Bass Pro Shop or Cabella's.
This recipe was so simple. I used mild Italian sausage and it was fantastic. I don't normally try out a new recipe when company is coming, but this time I did, and I didn't regret it at all. I will definitely make this again!
I made this last night for dinner. It was delish! I followed everyone else and used ricotta cheese instead. The longest part was filling the shells. My hubby loved it. I put some marinara sauce on bottom on pan so the shells wouldn't stick. I also used hot sausage instead of regular sausage so it was zippy ! try it out!!!
I used the Italian sausage and cottage cheese then mozzarella for topping. Followed the recipe and baked as written. My manicotti shells didn't seem totally cooked, like a little tough. I think I'll stick with cheese manicotti and pre-cook the shells from now on.
This is very good. I used Italian sausage and spaghetti sauce instead of sausage and marinara sauce. So easy to put together and so very good!