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I made these today for a luncheon with the girls. Everyone enjoyed them! They really are wonderful, and very easy to prepare. I did substitute half & half for the heavy cream and I used part-skim mozzarella to try to cut the fat a bit. It still came out fantastic! Thanks so much for posting it :)
Fabulous! Not difficult to make and definitely company-worthy. Just make sure your guests like gorgonzola, as the taste is very pronounced, especially in the sauce, which I also enjoyed over boiled green beans. I bought a nice, aged gorgonzola that even DH, who is not a huge fan of gorgonzola, admitted was pretty good. However, the taste of it in the sauce was a little too strong for him. I, on the other hand, loved it. I also used fresh made ricotta from the local deli. Thanks for posting!
These were fantastic! I have had this recipe sitting in my collection for a while and hadn't had time to make it until yesterday. They are definitely time consuming but well worth it. I made it just as described and wouldn't change a thing. I think I am going to try variations of this recipe with different cheeses or sauces because they were so great.
This is an awesome dish. I think it's one of the best meals I've ever cooked!
This was a great vegetarian Italian dish. I made the recipe as directed except for the use of half and half to reduce the fat. I baked the dish for 20 minutes after finishing the rolls and pouring on the sauce; the last few minutes I melted the cheese. The roll-ups turned out warm and tasty.
I made this a few days ago for my mom's birthday and got rave reviews. I served it with sauteed asparagus and homemade garlic bread. Big hit! Mom thanked me several times for the "gourmet" meal. So, thank you!
When I saw this I knew it was perfect for "girl's dinner" with my daughter and granddaughter. They both like spinach, mushrooms and Gorgonzola...perfect. Since my granddaughter is trying a more vegetarian diet it was even more perfect. I didn't want to be spending time while they were visiting making the dish so I did it the day before. Put some sauce over the rolls, covered the baking dish and baked for about 30 minutes, uncovered added more sauce and the cheese and baked for another 20 minutes. Worked perfect! I did use fat free half and half and low fat mozzarella and vegetable broth. They loved it! It will absolutely be one of our "repeats" at least for a girls only dinner since the guys don't do Gorgonzola. Next time I will try walnuts which sound wonderful. Thanks for a great dinner.
These Roll-Ups are awesome! I loved the spinach mushroom combo with the gorgonzola! The sauce was creamy and delicious!
Made this for a dinner party...alongside eggplant parmesan...and it was fabulous! Great flavor, and not that difficult to prepare. The sauce took a bit longer than stated, but other than that, prep was fairly easy. I also reduced the fat by using part-skim ricotta and fat-free half and half instead of cream. I WILL be making again!
BADA BING! Look no more...these are just the thing! My friend brought these to a Sopranos viewing party and they were LOVED by ALL!! This is so much better than regular lasagna.