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    Stuffed Pasta Shells.

    JoyfulCook
    Thu Apr 04, 2013 2:48 am
    Forum Host


    Filling pasta shells can be a bit fiddly BUT oh so worth that effort - there are some wonderful recipes here on food.com for you to try.



    Light Three-Cheese Stuffed Pasta Shells (8 Ww Points)
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    A Clever way to fill your Pasta Shells.


    You will need.

    Pasta
    Disposable pastry bag or quart size ziplock
    Tall cup
    Scissors
    Filling
    Instructions
    1.Fill a ziplock bag (quart size works great) with the filling you’ve made for your pasta. The easiest way to do this is to place the bag in a tall cup, then fold the edges over the outside of the cup.

    2.Spoon the filling into the cup – don’t fill it up too high because you’ll need to hold on to the end of the bag. Remove the bag from the cup and twist or fold over the end so the filling doesn’t escape.
    Snip the corner to make a small hole. You’ll want to make sure it’s big enough for the filling to come out but not so big that it oozes everywhere.

    3.Try cutting off about 1/2 inch from the tip of the bag’s corner.
    Hold your shell in one hand and the bag in the other. Hold the bag almost exactly how you’d hold a pastry bag if you were frosting something. Squeeze with gentle pressure because you don’t want to pop the bag.
    Squeeze the filling into the shell. Set aside and repeat with the rest.

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    Chocolatl
    Thu Apr 04, 2013 1:26 pm
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    Seafood:
    Maryland Crab Shells

    This isn't specifically a stuffed shell recipe, but it does make a great cold filling:
    Tangy Tuna Cocktail
    JoyfulCook
    Thu Apr 04, 2013 8:47 pm
    Forum Host
    Chocolatl wrote:
    Seafood:
    Maryland Crab Shells

    This isn't specifically a stuffed shell recipe, but it does make a great cold filling:
    Tangy Tuna Cocktail


    Thanks I have saved the Tuna Cocktail icon_biggrin.gif
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