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Jimmy Dean Sausage Stuffed Pasta Shells

Jimmy Dean Sausage Stuffed Pasta Shells

"Stuffed with a spicy mixture of sausasge, red and green bell peppers, and ricotta cheese, these pasta shells are then baked in pasta sauce."
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Directions

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  1. Preheat oven to 350 F. Cook shells according to package directions until just tender; rinse with cool water and set aside.
  2. Cook sausage, onions, peppers and garlic over medium-high heat, stirring frequently until meat is thoroughly cooked and no longer pink. Remove from heat and stir in beaten eggs, ricotta cheese, salt, oregano and parsley. Fill each cooked shell with mixture.
  3. Spoon half the sauce into shallow 3 qt. casserole. Place filled shells in single layer and pour remaining sauce over shells. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese. Cover and bake for 45 minutes.

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this was a delicious dish, my kids looked at me like i was insane when i served it on thier plates but when they tasted it they were amazed, they all even had seconds. my husband was drooling a...

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Pretty good but the ricotta was overpowering the flavor of the sausage. Maybe if it were 1/2 the ricotta and added mozzarella, it would have been better. Overall ok but you won't see me eating t...

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this was a delicious dish, my kids looked at me like i was insane when i served it on thier plates but when they tasted it they were amazed, they all even had seconds. my husband was drooling a...

Oh, my gosh, so delicious! I had to tweak the recipe slightly to accomodate my pantry. I excluded the oregano and parsley and added italian seasoning. I also added 4 gloves of fresh garlic (s...

This is a good recipe. It is relatively easy to make, except that it dirties 2 pans, 1 mixing bowl, and the casserole dish. To ensure shell success, don’t overcook the shells. Cook them at th...

I made this because my hubby prefers some meat in his shells. The family really enjoyed this dish as it was a little different from the ordinary stuffed shells.

Pretty good but the ricotta was overpowering the flavor of the sausage. Maybe if it were 1/2 the ricotta and added mozzarella, it would have been better. Overall ok but you won't see me eating t...

excellent. first time for me making stuffed shells. it was fun!!! I used 1/2 of the ricotta and added mozzarella.

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