Here's a one-dish meal in itself that you can make entirely the day ahead. When there's an hour to dinner just pop it in the oven.
Really liked this recipe. I liked the fact that it can be prepared ahead of time. A piping bag is a required tool for this recipe but getting it into the shell was the only time consuming bit. My only tip would be to add a spicy sauce as mine was not quite spicy enough using passatta. 2 of the 3 children loved it, 1 liked it. - 27 Jun 2012
Very simple and very tasty! I recommend putting the filling mixture in a large ziplock bag and cutting a corner off so you have a "pastry bag" type thing to pipe the filling in. - 18 Jan 2007 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
A WINNER! I made only a few chamges....I used 2 jars of sauce in their entirety; halved the amount of spinach called for and added a half pound of sweet Italian sausage (crumbled and browned)to the filling. We are hosting a dinner party next month and this recipe will be on the menu for sure. My Italian husband pronounced this a "keeper" (trust me, HIGH praise!). - 30 Jul 2001 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)