I made this for company and it was really good. I did not get enough filling for 18 shells and there was a LOT of sauce. I used ricotta for the tofu and regular Italian saussage - the store didn't have turkey sausage. Next time I might add the peppers to the stuffing.
Baked Stuffed Shells
karenfar Posted: 11/08/10
krolling Posted: 05/03/10
This recipe was wonderful. My husband loved it. The only bad part was the long prep time. So anything you have time for the night before is strongly recommended. This is also a great recipe for a big family or a small gathering with friends!
NanetteJG Posted: 07/24/11
This is super yummy. Like the other reviewer, I used low-fat ricotta, instead of the tofu.
contentedgirl Posted: 12/04/13
I just made this tonight for my husband and some friends. It was delicious! I didn't have a green bell pepper, just yellow, and I used low fat ricotta instead of tofu. Also, I used fresh basil instead of parsley and fresh basil instead of dry. Great dinner! Along with salad & bread, it made a filling meal. Will definitely make it again even though it is time consuming, but worth it.
Dougboy Posted: 02/04/14
These were pretty tasty. I like that they tasted rich even though they had some lower calorie ingredients. My favorite part was the sauce - definitely worth taking the extra steps of making it yourself instead of getting it from a jar.