from St. Louis
on 10/13/2003 9:11:00 AM
This was a great recipe, but I am sure I will use a zip lock bag next time - I guess I should read the previous notes better in the future... My husband commented that this would be a great vegetarian meal for a Christmas gathering as well - and maybe more worth the time required.
on 11/5/2002 12:12:00 AM
Delicious! I've tried sneaking spinach in lasagna, quiche, omeletes and this is one dish that my family ate without complaining.
on 9/20/2002 11:58:00 AM
from Dallas, TX
on 9/13/2002 10:53:00 AM
Very easy to make. Using jumbo pasta shells is an interesting variation of this dish.
from Hopatcong, NJ
on 9/13/2002 11:11:00 PM
Easy to make. Tastes great even my family will eat it.
from Ontaio, Canada
on 10/6/2002 9:52:00 PM
Good recipe. Made it again adding chopped onions and minced garlic (which were sauteed in a little olive oil) to the spinach mixture. P.s. spooning in the mixture was a mess. I put the mixture in a ZIPLOC bag, sealed it cut off acorner and piped it into the manicotti shells. MUCH NEATER and faster.
from Montreal, Quebec, Canada
on 9/23/2002 9:04:00 PM
Add some muschrooms and green peppers in sauce and lots of basil!!!
Pasta were "canelonis" and not manicoti.
Were not sure if "1 pound" of spinach meant cooked or fresh spinach leaves. Used 1 reg bag.
on 9/15/2002 10:58:00 AM
Good recipe - I added plenty of garlic and sunflower seeds.