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Deliciously Easy Lasagnas

Deliciously Easy Lasagnas recipe
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You read that right: lasagnas with an s. This mix-and-match recipe lets you pick and choose options for meat, veggies and sauces.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
50 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
12/28/2004
Goood recipe!
posted:
12/14/2004
For the meatless version, I would cut down the cans of water to 1. Mine was rather runny and was difficult to get out of the pan without it on the stove and floor.
posted:
11/30/2004
I used ground turkey (just like you would ground beef). It was excellent.
posted:
11/17/2004
My husband loved it!! This was the first time I had made lasagna since the 4 years we have been married.
posted:
11/14/2004
Very good recipe, added ricotta into the sauce mix for the beef variation. Very tasty!
posted:
11/3/2004
my family enjoyed the beef variation but found the not meat recipe too wet and pasty. maybe change out with a different soup type might help...
posted:
10/26/2004
If I use 50% of the sauce mixture for the first layer as the fast recipe suggests and repeat for all other layers, where will the sauce come from for the third and other layers?
posted:
9/29/2004
I made the meatless version--I followed the recipe exactly--and I ended up with mushroom noodle soup! It was tasty but wasn't a casserole at all. Anyone else have this problem? It seemed like 2 soupcans of water was too much.
posted:
9/28/2004
What do you mean by "oven-ready lasagna noodles"? You need to be much more specific in many of your recipes, and not assume that everyone of your readers is savvy in the kitchen and understands the same terminology used by accomplished cooks. Remember that many of us are new cooks or are trying new types of foods for our evolving families. Cooking shouldn't be frustrating because of unclear directions. Thanks.
posted:
9/19/2004
My husband and I enjoued this recipe very much. It was just a tad to dry. Next time I am going to add a little more spaghetti sauce and water, I think that will do the trick. My husband is not a Lasagna person but he really liked this recipe.
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