Now I know that I should have had another coloured vegetable on the plate but this cannelloni was absolutely delicious any way.
I used minced pork that I had left over from making sausages (ran out of skins) so it already have garlic and chive flavouring in it. I did add some rolled oats, we really like mince dishes with oats.
I made the cannelloni sheets myself using sourdough pasta. Actually I was going to make pasta but decided to do something different.
So after rolling out the pasta (I used a rolling pin) I cut it into rectangles.
I then placed the mince mixture down the middle of the rectangles and then rolled them up into tubes.
I put a jar of home bottled tomatoes on the bottom of my baking dish and then placed the tubes into it.
You want the sauce to almost cover the tubes.
I then topped the whole dish off with white sauce, you can add cheese on top if you have it. (I didn’t)
Bake in a moderately hot oven (180 degree c) for about 40 minutes.
Serve with salad or vegetables, whatever you fancy.
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20 thoughts on “PORK CANNELLONI”
Looks so good. I do enjoy cannelloni but do not make it often.
Hey Jennifer, I don’t make it much either because I find filling the tubes so hard, but this way it was so quick and easy. Thanks for stopping by, have a great week. Blessings
Yum. Looks delicious. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you Jenn for your kind words and thanks for stopping by. Blessings
That looks so good! The only homemade pasta I make regularly are egg noodles. Sourdough pasta sounds amazing. I need to try this!
Oh Carlee do try it is is lovely. Thanks for stopping by. Blessings
I’m going to remember this trick! I don’t like filling (and tearing) tubes either.
We like to add oats in too. Most people don’t even notice unless they see me baking or ask for a recipe. Kuddos adding healthy alternatives to take care of that growing family!
Yes it is so much easier this way Deborah and really delicious too. I don’t like adding preservatives and fillers to our sausages and oats are a great alternative. Blessings
We always seem to have more skin that sausage meat left when we make sausages… however I think this is worth having leftovers for, we also make our own passata so this could almost be a sotre cupboard dinner for us! thanks for sharing #Domesblissity.
Thank you Brian for stopping by and for your comment. I need to look up what passata is, it is sort of a tomato sauce isn’t it?? I make our own bottled tomatoes (stewed) which is great when you make stews and casseroles. Thanks for stopping by. Blessins
This cannelloni dish sounds yummy! Thank you for sharing the step by step photos for the recipe. Found your post on Five Friday Finds Link Party.
Thank you Joy for your kind comments and it was my pleasure to share this recipe. I am glad that you popped over. Blessings to you this weekend.
Yum! This looks so amazing. Pinned and tweeted. Thank you for bringing such amazing creations to our party. We hope to see you tonight at 7 pm because we LOVE to party with you! Lou Lou Girls
Thanks Lou Lou Girls, blessings
These look delicious! I’ve never thought about making pasta out of sour dough. I found your link through Raising Homemakers.
Thanks so much Jennifer for your comment. Sour dough pasta is great and so easy. I am glad you stopped by and I appreciate your comment. Blessings
Very Creative!! Thanks for linking up on My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday Link Party!! Hope to see you again tomorrow!! Love partying with you!! Pinned!
Thanks Elaine, have a great day and thank you for hosting each week. Blessings
This recipe sounds like a great way to use up those last bits of pork! Thanks for stopping by and sharing this recipe with us – you’re featured this week on Five Friday Finds! I’m looking forward to what you share this week. 🙂
Hey CJ, thanks for stopping by and for your comment. Thank you also for the link up and for featuring my post, what a blessing. Have a great weekend. xxx