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Pasta in the shape of large tubes.
- ‘Using a small spoon, stuff the manicotti with the cheese mixture.’
- ‘Place the filled manicotti noodles in one layer on top of the spaghetti sauce.’
- ‘Use a teaspoon for ease in filling the manicotti with the chicken mixture.’
- ‘Place the filled manicotti shells in a row inside the dish.’
- ‘Large, wide tubes like cannelloni and manicotti are stuffed and baked.’
Italian, plural of manicotto muff.
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