Artichoke's and Shell's

Artichoke's And Shell's Recipe

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joeyjoan K


This is a version of something I saw on the cooking channel. It had a lot more steps to it so I semi homade it, and now we enjoy this cassarole twice a month or so with a good crisp salad and garlic bread. I check all the ingredients for salt and fat content, and use fresh herds and spices for flavor instead of salt.


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30 Min
30 Min


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groung turkey
3/4 box
medium pasta shells
1 small
onion diced
1 jar(s)
alfredo sauce
1-9oz box
frozen artichoke hearts
-1to2 c
shredded cheese, ( your choice) i use whatever is handy
fresh basil, oregeno, and fennel seed,i don't measure (sorry)

How to Make Artichoke's and Shell's


  • 1Preheat oven to 400
  • 2cook pasta as directed, while that is cooking brown the ground Turkey with the diced onion.
  • 3add frozen artichoke and cook til artichoke is warm.
  • 4Add Alfredo sauce mix together well.remove from heat.Add 1/2 of the cheese.
  • 5Drain the pasta and mix with meat mixture. Place in baking dish and cover with remaining cheese
  • 6Place dish in the oven and cook until cheese is melted and browned to your taste. About 15 mins.No more then 30 mins or your pasta will start drying out.

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About Artichoke's and Shell's

Course/Dish: Turkey, Pasta
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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