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Manicotti means “little sleeves” in Italian, so cute!
A classic vegetarian ‘au gratin’!
Restaurant Santa Lucia in Montréal serves it everyday!
At Santa Lucia, the two little sleeves are lovingly stuffed with ricotta cheese and spinach. Baked in a rich rosé sauce, then gently grilled to au gratin greatness!
So roll-up your little sleeves and get down to Santa Lucia here on Rue Stanley, the sweetest street in Montréal!