Sausage stuffed shells

For many months now I’ve been promising G stuffed pasta shells. One night last week, I finally delivered on my promise. I made these on the fly with hot Italian sausage, garlic, onion, zucchini and a can of spaghetti sauce. The recipe called for a simple reduction of strained tomatoes and but I cheated and opted for the sauce…. which was a mistake as it was too heavy. Lesson learned.

1) the ingredients; 2) boil the pasta shells

3) saute onions and zucchini; and, 4) mix into the sausage with an egg and plenty of cilantro or parsley

5) stuff shells; 6) top with plenty of mozzarella and parmesan and bake

7 & 8) done, and good and so cheesey but sauce is too thick

9) a great fruit salad for dessert

Also a week and more ago, I spent the evening at the Sheraton Centre as I had meetings that went so very long over two crazy days. Room was nice with a great view of New City Hall and Osgoode Hall (the Law Courts).

10) my room; 11) Osgoode Hall

12) New City Hall … the renovations have begun … finally

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5 Responses to Sausage stuffed shells

  1. ah, at first when I just read stuffed shells with sausage, I thought you were literally stuffing snail shells, lol. Looks good though.

  2. upandoutward says:

    The buildings are so old! Very nice.

  3. kunhuo42 says:

    my sister recently made stuffed pasta shells too. i have to get her to send me the recipe.

  4. christao408 says:

    Those look great.  So do you just cook the shells until partially done so they don’t get too soggy while baking?

  5. ElusiveWords says:

    I think it’s great that your company lets you crash at a hotel. The food (as always), looks good. I’m going to try making that.

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