Ok, so that's not the real name for it...but I have never felt so dainty making an Italian dish, as I did when I made this one.
The real name for the dish is: Homemade Manicotti
and I got the recipe from Gina's Weight Watcher's Recipes.
No, I am not on Weight Watcher's, I just happened to stumble upon this blog one day, and it looked so good. So, I thought, "I love spinach manicotti...and since this one is "healthier"...I'll try it."
I felt so dainty because you had to make your own "crespelles" (which is just a fancy word for Italian Crepe)...but I kept saying it over and over again as I was making it...trying to add to the dainty-ness.
But once I made my first one...I knew that this was not going to be an easy process. I mean, who knew being dainty could be such hard work?! All that being said...if your first one turns out like this....don't worry, mine did too.
Then you just take your dainty little manicotti "shells" and fill them with this yummy manicotti mixture. It calls for spinach, but I think it would still be good without it.
Bake for 20-25 min @ 350, and Viol'a!...a perfectly dainty meal that even your manly husband will enjoy!
For the full recipe, visit Gina's WW Recipes.