Bet your family has some really great recipies. Mine does also. It's nice to make a cookbook for yourself to remember all those great recipies. I did & sent them to those who added recipies. read more
Lasagna can be an amazing dish as long as it is made and cooked right. The following ingredients will be needed to make a great tasting lasagna.
For the Sauce (Meat Layer):
1 lb ground beef browned & drained of all fat
1 clove garlic - finely chopped
2 lg cans of chopped tomatoes
2 cans tomato paste
1/2 tbsp dry parsley
1 tbsp basil
1.5 tbsp salt
Add ground beef to a heavy pan or large pot and brown over a medium to high heat. Drain the fat from the meat when ready. Add all other ingredients to the pan or pot and simmer on a low heat for about one hour.
While your meat is simmering get together your ingredients for the filling layer.
Filling (cheese layer):
2 - 12oz containers of cottage cheese
2 eggs, beaten
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
2 tbsp fresh parley or 1 tbsp dry parsley
1/2 c grated Parmesan or Romano cheese
1 lb grated Mozzarella cheese
Mix all ingredients together well in a large mixing bowl.
Then assemble your lasagna in the following layers - seasoned meat, layer of cheese, Layer of noodles. Do this two to three times depending on the size of the baking pan you are using.
Top your lasagna with mozzarella and Parmesan or Romano Cheese and bake for 45 minutes to an hour at between 375-400F.
Using fresh pasta is great and improves the taste 5 fold but use whatever you can afford.
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Do you love homemade Lasagna? Being half Sicilian & not really caring for lasagna is almost a sin, but that does not stop me from making this dish for those I love. I have also included other recipes read more
I can't resist giving everyone my favorite Lasagna Recipe! This recipe was passed down to me from my grandmother, and is a fairly simple, yet flavorful dish to eat with the family! For this Lasagna recipe, you will need the following items. ... read more
Even you carnivores out there will be more than satisfied with this filling lasagna and you don't even have to pre-cook the lasagna noodles!
1 Box Lasagna Noodles
1 Large Container Ricotta or Cottage Cheese
16 Ounces Mozzarella Cheese
1 Large Jar Traditional Pasta Sauce (about 32 Ounces)
2 Ten Ounce packages frozen chopped spinach, thawed
Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. In a large bowl add the ricotta or cottage cheese and mix in a little over half of the mozzarella cheese. I usually also add to the cheese mixture some Italian spices - Oregano and Basil (optional). Squeeze the excess water out of the thawed spinach (I find using a clean kitchen towel works best) and add the spinach tot he cheese mixture.
Pour a thin layer of sauce in the bottom of a lasagna or 9" x 13" pan and place one layer of uncooked lasagna noodles down. Spread half of the cheese mixture over the noodles and top that with just under half of the sauce. Add a layer of uncooked noodles on top of the sauce, then the rest of the cheese mixture and another layer of sauce, reserving some for the top. Add a final layer of noodles then cover with the reserved sauce and the rest of the mozzarella cheese. Tent the pan with tin foil and back for 45 minutes, then remove the tin foil and cook an additional 15 minutes or until the top is golden brown and bubbly.
Let the lasagna sit for about ten minutes before enjoying.
Best-est, Easiest Lasagna Ever
No time? Try this no-boil recipe (and chant, "sauce, lasagna, ricotta, mozzarella" like my mother used to do).
1 box lasagna noodles
1 large container ricotta cheese
1 large jar tomato pasta sauce
16 oz mozzarella cheese
1 large onion
1 pound hot italian sausage
2 tablespoons italian seasoning
2/3 cup water
Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees.
Chop onion and sautee with sausage until cooked. Add the jar of pasta sauce and one tablespoon of italian seasoning. Mix together.
In a bowl, mix the ricotta cheese, eggs and a tablespoon of italian seasoning.
Pour your meat sauce into the bottom of a 9" x 13" pan. Place a layer of uncooked lasagna noddles down, across the pan (should be three noodles across and one across the bottom - you may need to break a small piece off the bottom noodle to get it to fit). Spread the ricotta mixture over the noodles, then sprinkle on some of the mozzarella. Repeat this several times until you get to the top of the pan, ending, of course with the mozzarella. (Chant, "sauce, lasagna, ricotta, mozzarella!")
Carefully pour 2/3 cup of water into your pan to help the noodles to cook, then cover it in a tent of aluminum foil and place it in the oven at 350 degrees. Bake it for 40 minutes, then uncover it and bake it for another 10-15 minutes, until the cheese is slightly brown on top.
Let stand for ten minutes, serve and enjoy!
the easy way
1.boil your lasanga noodles
2.fry your meat(sausage,Beef,Chicken)or just plain vegetables
3.drain the meat and noodles
4.get your tomatoe paste and sauce and cheese and cottage cheese
5.put a set of noodles in the bottom of a non stick pan put the sauce then meat and cheese and cottage cheese and repeat until desire.
6.bake until done
1 vidalia onion (chopped)
5 cloves of garlic (chopped)
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 green bell pepper (chopped)
1 box lasagna noodles
1 pound ground chuck
1 pound itallian sausage
1 jar spaghetti sauce (I like Ragu Robusto)... read more
know what i failed to see? wine.
you want a rich sauce for your lasagna which helps bring out the cheese and meat flavors. wine accentuates all of it. everyone has their "best" recipe. choose your own or take pieces of others and put them together.
-pound each of ground beef AND sausage (sage). brown with onions, garlic salt, and a little tabasco (for flavor, not hot). drain.
-clove diced / crushed garlic
-2 cn tomato paste, 1 can sauce mixed w/browned meat.
-dice up a couple roma tomatoes and a couple green bell peppers. add to the mix
-dice up a bunch of scallions and add
-1 cup of milk
-2 tbsp of butter or margarine
-1/2 btl of a good spicy cabarnet (jacobs creek works well)
low heat till bubbling to help cook down the tomatoes and peppers
another bowl take carton of ricotta / cottage cheese. drop in an egg (binder) and stir in 1 cup of grated parmesean
layer the cooked noodles in the pan. noodles, meat sauce, drop in ricotta mixture, mozzerela layer (shredded), sprinkle parmesean; noodles, etc,... continue this until at the top.
figure 3 full length noodles for each layer, 3 layers per dish. cook at 350 for about an hour. serve with a nice glass of the same cab you used in the sauce. should make a nice compliment
A quick and easy way to make lasagna. I have included both meat and vegetarian lasagna. Any comments or ideas are welcomed. read more
Approx. 1/2 pkg Oven Ready Lasagna Noodles (or if you prefer to do it the old fashioned way, by all means use regular lasagna noodles)
1 jar of your Favourite Tomato Based Pasta Sauce (or make homemade if you prefer, this just makes... read more
A simple Lasagna Recipe from Ole Number One's Kitchen. read more
I've made other, more traditional lasagna recipes, but this is quite probably the easiest and fastest lasagna recipe I have ever seen. This, however, is quite probably the easiest and fastest lasagna recipe I have ever seen - plus, it's delicious! It's made in a skillet on the stove-top with just a few ingredients and there are no special skills involved, so even a novice cook should be able to pull this one off without a hitch on the first try! read more
This is a quick easy recipe for Lasagna. My husband loves. I cooked it for him while we were dating; maybe that's why he married me...lol. read more
Hello! Check this chicken lasagna recipe: https://club.cooking/recipe/chicken-lasagna/ Very tasty, approved by me and my lasagna lover family)
by Kevina Oyatedor 7 years ago
What is the best way you think to make Lasagna?
by Haley 7 years ago
Lasagna without Ricotta?I didn't grow up eating lasagna, I always liked it, but our house was more of a ragu spaghetti type place. Now I'm married, and my husband says that he likes lasagna...but doesn't like ricotta cheese. Lasagna without ricotta is essentially just baked spaghetti. Are there...
by taylord08 8 years ago
I am looking for a good lasagna recipe. The one I make is very simple and I want to make one that would make my husband want more. Any suggestions?
by At Home Mommy 5 years ago
Can I freeze ricotta with egg and mozarella lasagna filling, then defrost it and make lasagna later?I made a bunch of lasagna filling, meaning to make three lasagnas and freeze them. However, we're going on a last minute trip to see family this weekend, and I'm not going to have time to get to it.
by MarkRFox 8 years ago
What is the best way to make lasagna?
by Betsy Brandyberry 3 years ago
For the recipe "Lasagna Frittas"....can you freeze the cheese mixture?
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