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Our Best Lasagna

Our Best Lasagna recipe
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More generous w/cheese, made a double recipe. Used full pd of Mozz on the top was absolutely wonderful. Used low mositure cheese (all kinds) and had no watery residue wh...read more
posted by
sccynamin
on 8/9/2011
time
prep:
10 min
total:
1 hr 20 min
servings
total:
9 servings
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posted:
10/29/2004
Different from a classic Italian lasagna, that we to it in Italy but very good and easy to make. Thanks to Kraft products that they are superb in every way you use or cook it.
posted:
10/13/2004
This recipe lacked flavor and was bland.
posted:
10/8/2004
I add some salt and a few other spices to give it a little extra flavour.
posted:
9/6/2004
This is the best lasagna ever.
posted:
9/5/2004
One of the best Lasagna I've tasted!! I got so many reviews on this, request to make more next time!! Such great flavor. I did add a few spices, for a little extra kick!!! So Great!!
posted:
9/2/2004
My friends and I loved it. It comes out sooo delicious! I added more cheese and more oregano too it. Other then that it was perfect!
posted:
8/27/2004
This is the best lasagna recipe! I do add more parmesan cheese to the mixture and more mozzarella cheese to the top just because I love cheese so much. I also add a lot more herbs and spices to the spaghetti mixture while it's cooking. It's always a hit with my dinner guests!
posted:
7/7/2004
THIS WAS THE VERY FIRST TIME I MADE LASAGNA. MY BOYFRIEND IS A PASTA LOVER, AND HE SAID IT WAS "FANTASTIC!" I AM VERY PLEASED WITH IT, AND I WILL MAKE IT AGAIN. THANKS
posted:
6/17/2004
This was the best recipe for lasagne I've ever used. I did however make some changes. I used a pound of ground beef and a pound of hot Italian sausage. I also used a jar of marinara. I substituted with one pound of cottage cheese as well as one pound of ricotta. Very good!
posted:
6/16/2004
My family loved it!
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