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Dinner

Pesto Pea Ricotta Stuffed Cannelloni

 


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Prep
Difficulty
Easy

45 mins

Time
Estimate
45 mins

Boil water. Bring the carrot juice to a simmer. Blend the pesto. Blanch the peas and then whip them up with a few tablespoons of the pesto. Reserve the rest of the pesto for the top. Whip in the ricotta and boil the noodles. Turn the oven on to preheat. Stuff the noodles. Lay in the pan and top with the pesto. Cover and bake. Make the carrot dressing. Toss the salad and serve alongside.


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