Spinach and Turkey Stuffed Shells

Use fresh spinach if you wish. Ground beef, veal or pork may be used instead of turkey. It is up to your personal taste!

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  • Cook spinach according to package directions.
  • Drain and squeeze out excess moisture.
  • Brown ground turkey in olive oil.
  • Preheat oven to 375°F.
  • Grease 12x8-inch baking dish.
  • Combine spinach, parsley, crumbs, eggs, garlic, and cheese in a large bowl; mix well.
  • Add turkey and mix well.
  • Fill shells with this mixture.
  • Spread 1 cup sauce on bottom of baking dish.
  • Add shells and cover with remaining sauce.
  • Cover with foil.
  • Bake 35-40 minutes until warmed through and bubbly.
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"Use fresh spinach if you wish. Ground beef, veal or pork may be used instead of turkey. It is up to your personal taste!"
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  1. Mrsspeevs
    This was a very fantastic dinner at my house! I used tofu cheese which didn't melt that well, but the turkey, egg, breadcrumbs made a very delicious mix and the whole thing was gobbled up.
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  2. Ginny Sue
    I'm always happy to find a stuffed shell recipe that isn't loaded with cheese. This was very good; the turkey combined with the other ingredients was very moist and flavorful.
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  3. Docs Mom
    I made this recipe as written but used a little less breadcrumbs. Make sure you cook your shells a little el dente. This was easy to make and very tasty! Warning, this recipe makes a whole lot of shells depending on how much you stuff them. THX Aroostook.
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  4. Naner
    Outstanding! Served this with peas and carrots. My husband thought it was "delicious". The filling only was enough for half the shells I made, because I stuffed them really full.
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  5. ratherbeswimmin
    Stuffed shells always goes over big with my family. I have found I can sneak all kinds of things in them that the kids ordinarily wouldn't eat. These turned out great, Barb. The filling had a good consistency and a delicious combination of ingredients. Thanks for an easy family meal.
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