I have made this twice now and we loved it both times! Sorry I forgot to rate it before. How can something so easy tatse so good. Thanks for the wonderful recipe
The monsters really enjoyed this. They've asked for it to be added to the rotation, and since it is so easy to put together, I'm fine with that!
I made this as stated, with our favorite spaghetti sauce, and I loved it! I also had to cook it a little longer for the chicken to be done, but I had frozen mine for OAMC and don't know if it was quite all the way thawed when I put it in the oven. As simple as this was to put together, I was really impressed with it. Thanks for a great recipe I will be using again!
I made this for my family first and then for my cooking co-op. There just didn't seem like there was enough flavor with just the garlic salt. So for my co-op I found some ground chicken breast, instead of tenders, at our local "farmer's market" store (Like whole foods only cheaper :-)) and mixed 4 cloves of minced garlic, about 1 table spoon of dried basil and 1 teaspoon of Kosher salt with it. I then used the infamous zipper freezer bag to stuff the manicotti. It was superb!!!! I added a lot more cheese for the top and made my own sauce. Thanks for a great recipe I loved it
This was very good! I made this early in the day and refrigerated for about 6 hours before baking. For the 30 ounces of spaghetti sauce, I used a 26 ounce jar of spaghetti sauce plus 1/2 cup of red wine. I added the cheese at the end after I removed the foil, and returned the casserole to the oven for additional baking until the cheese melted.
Any recipe title that begins with "Super Easy" is my kind of recipe. I liked it very much and sent it to my daughter. It's a keeper. Thanks for posting it. I prepared it as posted, though I probably used little more sauce. Use a good flavorful sauce, otherwise it could be too bland for your taste.
These were great!! I coated the inside of the shells with ricotta cheese before stuffing them and I omitted the olives. It took slightly longer to cook than stated in the recipe, but everything turned out great, thanks for a keeper!!
This is one I've been making for years... it doesn't get any easier and tastes terrific! Don't forget to add the garlic salt to the chicken before stuffing (I use thick slices of chicken breast instead of tenders). Also, don't forget to cover the baking pan when cooking!!! It usually takes about 80 minutes to bake.