The Kitchen at Johnsonville Sausage
Original recipe yields 6 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie dietSee full nutrition
I have made stuffed shells many times before, but, never with the addition of sausage. My husband and I both thought they were very good and loved the addition of the fresh basil. The Italian ...
I made the stuffed shells as directed with no changes to the ingredients. Froze them on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet then moved them to a ziplock bag to store in the freezer. Well last...
Classic recipe! I thought about messing with the spices in the filling and decided against it. I cooked the shells until they were just pliable, chilled in cold water to stop the cooking proce...
Very good. I followed the recipe. It reminded me a lot of lasagna but with a little twist.
Quick and easy enough and as good as lasagna. I overcooked my noodles a little so some of them were falling apart and didn't hold together as well. Pasta carries a lot of carbs but this dinner...
I really enjoyed these and they were really easy to make. They would be great assembled the night before for a quick easy dinner the next night.
A quick, easy and delicious dish. I've made stuffed shells before, but adding Johnnsoville Sausage makes them a hearty, Italian meal. Very, very good.
Yummy comfort food at it’s finest. I reduce the boiling time for the shells by about two minutes, and not having any fresh basil available, I used half the amount requested of dried basil and i...