Lasagna


1 large can tomatoes, 1-lb. size, I use crushed
1 can tomato paste
2 tsp. oregano
2 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. pepper
1 1/4-lbs. ground meat
1-lb. sausage (Bob Evans ® hot sausage)
1/2 pkg. lasagna noodles (I use 9, 3 in each layer)
3/4-lb. cottage cheese (I use small curd or Ricotta)
1/4 c. Parmesan
1-lb. mozzarella, sliced

Cook first 7 ingredients in large skillet Cook noodles in boiling water and drain
  1. Sauce in bottom
  2. 3 noodles
  3. Sauce
  4. Cheese-mozzarella to cover
  5. Sauce
  6. 3 noodles
  7. Sauce
  8. 3 noodles
  9. Layer Ricotta, mozzarella slices, Parmesan on top
Bake until cheese melts and top turns brown at 375° F

Serve with garlic bread and salad and your favorite wine.

THIS LASAGNA IS ALWAYS A BIG HIT.

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  • 2 Star Review
  • Date: August 17, 2012
  • Reviewer: Karen M, 
  • Edmonton, Canada
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  • Sounds good...never made it yet...don't forget the green olive and green/ red peppers..and layer fresh spinach in between just for a healthier version. Finely dice everything with onion and garlic (not the spinach) mix with sauce of your choice..spread on the layers of noodles..or roll them instead and make bundles. Don't forget the cheese..pour extra sauce over the top add some cheese..cover, and bake. Then when done..add more cheese on top and watch it melt..let sit so juices gel and it won't be so messy when you cut (it is up to you how long you will wait for it to gel) ENJOY PS I didn't put amounts..it is up to your taste buds on how much garlic/onion/peppers.. etc you want.
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  • 3 Star Review
  • Date: December 05, 2009
  • Reviewer: J Byrnes, 
  • Wyoming
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  • I love lasagna and I have a slight variation for prep time sake. I have found that you can add the noodles raw without cooking, making sure you add a little more moisture to the recipe then cover with alum. foil removing at the last 15 minutes to brown. Saves on kitchen clean up as well. I also prefer ricotta and place this between each layer replacing the mozzarela with provolone. I should just write the recipe..lol. otherwise, pretty similar. :)
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    • 8 of 9 people found this review helpful
 


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