Stuffed Shells With Rotisserie Chicken

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This delicious “make-ahead” meal melts in your mouth!  If you want to impress someone that loves Italian food…give this a try!
 

 

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  1. 3

    JoAnn says

    This looks a bit time consuming, but well worth it in the end. A great comfort food for a cold, rainy day.

  2. 4

    Verena says

    Wow, this sounds very delicious! I will definitely try to make that one. Thanks for sharing!
    Verena

  3. 5

    says

    We tried this last week when you posted it – it was a HUGE hit! For the first batch I cut everything in half and only made one pan – just in case we didn’t like it, ya know? Everyone loved it – including my 15 and 9 year olds!

    This time we added some twists – we had spinach, mushrooms, eggplant – and italian sausage.
    It was good, too – however, we decided that the eggplant was not as good as we had anticipated. Oh, well! Trial and error is a good thing!

    Also, there is only 4 of us, so I made (4) 8 x 8 pans and we ate one for supper that night and froze the other three. Yum!

    Thanks for doing this blog. I’m getting ready to comb the blog looked for more to put in my freezer!

    • 5.1

      Jane says

      Hi Tiffany,
      I’m so glad you liked it! I’m going to be freezing some before I go back to work (teaching) in a few weeks.

  4. 8

    Cheryl says

    I made this yesterday for me and my three boys. I made only half the recipe, but next time I will make two pan fulls. It was so delicious, not hard to make at all and I had no leftovers. My kids loved it.
    Thank you for sharing and posting this.

  5. 9

    says

    I know I’m late to the party, and I hope you see this…
    I was just wondering, when you mention number of servings, is that per tray or the whole thing?
    Thanks!!

  6. 11

    Brandy says

    I used this recipe for a group meeting and got so many complements! I prepared it the evening before in my crock pot (I didn’t cook it) and took it with me. I set the crock pot on low for 6 hours and it came out perfect. I sprayed the crock pot with olive oil before I put the shells and sauce in to keep it from sticking. It didn’t stick at all. I will keep this recipe handy for my next group meeting!

  7. 12

    chelsea says

    Can’t wait to try! After freezing, do you need to thaw in the fridge before cooking or just remove the plastic, return the foil and pop the frozen portion in the oven?

    • 12.1

      Lisa says

      There’s no need to thaw; just remove the plastic wrap, place the foil back on, bake in the oven and enjoy!

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