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Slow-Cooker Lasagna

Slow-Cooker Lasagna recipe
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The easiest lasagna ever includes three kinds of cheese simmering along with spaghetti sauce and ground beef. The slow cooker does everything but go to the store for you.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
4 hr 20 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
2/11/2010
This is excellent and very easy to make. add a salad and some bread and you have a wonderful meal.
posted:
2/9/2010
This was very easy and very good. I was a little hesitant to put the water in, but it absorbed nicely in the slow cooker. It was not runny at all. The flavors were great....I think next time I will add a little onion and garlic when I brown the meat (I used ground turkey). It was delicious!
posted:
2/8/2010
I did not add the cup of water, I used the liquid from a drained can of stewed Italian tomatoes instead, and added a few of the tomatoes as well. I used 2 cups cottage cheese instead of the Ricotta. I used 2 tsps dried parsley in place of the fresh. Next time I'll try adding salt, pepper, and Italian seasoning to the cottage cheese. -Lori in WI.
posted:
2/8/2010
I made this on Thursday and it was an instant hit. I did however double the recipe and so it was more of a 'deep dish' lasagne. So yummy! The sauce I chose was Presidents Choice Blue Menu Tomato Pasta Sauce with Roasted Mushrooms/Garlic.
posted:
2/2/2010
I love this lasagna! So easy and turned out so good! If you use a seasoned spag sauce you will not have any issues with it tasting bland.
posted:
1/14/2010
Trying to make more meatless meals I turned this into spinach lasagna and it was amazing. Used 9 lasagna noodles instead of 6 which made more lasagna and made it less soupy. I added a box of frozen spinach (cooked and drained well) to the ricotta and egg. Layered that with noodles, sauce and cheese. I didn't mix the mozarella and parmesan with the ricotta, I layered it instead. Worked great. Top with a layer of mozzarella sprinkled with parmesan. Lasagna made this way was better than traditional lasagna. It was like it was cooked all the way through and you didn't taste clumpy cheese or the heavy tomato taste of the sauce. I cooked it on low 4 hours and it was actually too long. It was beginning to burn on the bottom and around the edges. In my slow cooker I would probably cook for 3 - 3 1/2 hours.
posted:
1/12/2010
The best & easiest lasagna I've ever had! I make it all the time now. :)
posted:
1/7/2010
This is a fast, easy, tasty version of a great classic meal. My family loves it! I'd recommend cooking it closer to 4 hours instead of 6 since the noodles get a little too soft the longer it cooks. Other than that, it's perfect!
posted:
1/6/2010
Great and easy.
posted:
1/6/2010
I thought this was odd...but had to give it a try and it really works! Great for nights when we have extracurricular activities - a warm meal waiting at home! Easy to modify and change to suit our tastes and what ingredients are on hand.
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