Spinach Stuffed Shells is an easy and healthy vegetarian dinner recipe that can be prepared in advance! Reheat: In a 350 degree oven for 20 minutes or until heated through. Stir in spinach, basil or parsley. Use hashtag #theseasonedmom. Cook about 5 minutes. Learn how your comment data is processed. Arrange stuffed shells in the prepared baking dish, open side up. Stuff each shell with about 2 tablespoons of the spinach mixture. Spinach and cheese is a classic stuffed shells filling, but you might also find beef and ricotta stuffed shells or sausage and cheese stuffed shells. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. This was a super easy and incredibly delicious meal. Cook the shells, about 12 minutes. Good to hear from you! © 2017–2020 The Seasoned Mom     About     Privacy. Then heat oil and add onion, salt, pepper until onion is browned. I think next time we’ll make more stuffing to use all the shells. There was an error submitting your subscription. Cover with foil and bake for about 30 minutes, or until heated through. Add a pinch of optional nutmeg, if desired. Stuff each shell with about 2 tablespoons of filling, and then arrange the shells in the baking dish. Take care and stay healthy! Hi, Annette! I like to use a dish towel for this, and just keep squeezing until you wring out as much water as possible. Home » What We're Eating » Spinach Stuffed Shells, Lasted edited October 18, 2020. Prep definitely was not 10 minutes, but it was an easy/straightforward recipe. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​If you're trying to eat less meat, or if you're serving supper to a vegetarian guest, it helps to have a few good go-to recipes that you know everyone will enjoy. Delicious! The jumbo shells are stuffed with ricotta cheese, parmesan … Store: Leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 4 days. but I love this Italian classic best. While they might look fancy, I assure you -- if you can boil pasta, you can make this recipe! We didn’t have any of our shells break before stuffing—maybe that’s due to slightly less than al dente cooking time. Place spinach in a large bowl. Mix lightly. Cover and bake the shells at 350 degrees F for about 30 minutes, or until heated through. Variations. Add stuffed shells so you have four rows of five shells. Definitely an effort to prepare (took more like 50 minutes than 20), but tasty and satisfying! Stuffed shells with meat: I kept this vegetarian however you can add in spicy sausage for a kick or shredded chicken for added protein. Inspired by local traditions and seasonal fare, you'll find plenty of easy, comforting recipes that bring your family together around the table. Plus, it's a great prep-ahead option for busy nights. https://www.mrsislandbreeze.com/recipe-items/seafood-stuffed-shells Remove the foil cover during the final 5-10 minutes to allow the cheese to get a little bit crispy on top. Squeeze all of the liquid out of the spinach. Stuffed shells come in so many different fillings (taco, pizza, chicken, etc.) Your email address will not be published. Serve: The Spinach and Ricotta Stuffed Shells with fresh basil and extra parmesan cheese. Pour half of the marinara sauce into the bottom of the dish. Definitely the most fiddly SM recipe I've tried but worth the effort for two dinners! Stuff each shell with about 2 tablespoons of filling, and then arrange the shells in the baking dish. No spam guaranteed. https://www.foodlion.com/recipes/seafood-alfredo-stuffed-shells https://www.yummly.com/recipes/seafood-stuffed-pasta-shells Originally published November 8, 2019 by Blair. https://www.yummly.com/recipes/seafood-stuffed-pasta-shells Pour remaining half of the marinara sauce over top. First, cook the pasta shells according to the package instructions. Remove from heat, add the crab meat and ricotta. Save the rest of the sauce for later. Hi Blair, I hope everything is well with you and your family during this crazy time. Even if you don’t like fish, you’ll love this dish. You will only need to use about half of the box of pasta shells (about 20-22 shells total); however, I recommend cooking the entire box because you will find that many of the shells break during the cooking process and will not be useable for stuffing. These stuffed shells are really good, and we have them often. Typo in the comment above. Glad you enjoyed it, Amy! Stuff each shell gently. Bake at 350°F for 20 minutes. My parents just made them for dinner last night, too. I am getting cabin fever, going on my 6th week working from home!! To me they are comfort food at it’s finest. I'd like to receive the free email course. Please try again. Cover and bake the shells … They’re are a lot like lasagna with without the beef (though you can definitely add some beef to the sauce if you’d like), and they’re also a lot like Manicotti . It was fantastic!!! Top shells with remaining 1 cup of mozzarella and remaining 1 cup of marinara sauce. Cook the shells, about 12 minutes. . Then heat oil and add onion, salt, pepper until onion is browned. Stuffed Shells with Ground Beef or Sausage. Cook about 5 minutes. Now before I can send you the free 10-Minute Miracles download, you need to check your email to confirm your subscription. Unsubscribe at any time. These easy spinach stuffed shells do not disappoint! https://www.hy-vee.com/recipes-ideas/recipes/seafood-stuffed-shells Required fields are marked *. Welcome to my farmhouse kitchen in the foothills of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains. This Italian-inspired dish includes Jumbo Shells pasta, which has been stuffed with a variety of ingredients and baked with sauce and cheese in a casserole dish. https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/creamy-seafood-stuffed-shells We had leftovers and I will make this again for sure.