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Simply Lasagna

Simply Lasagna recipe
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Quite simply, the only lasagna recipe you'll ever need. With an ooey gooey cheesy melt, ground beef and marinara, it's a tried and true crowd-pleaser.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 35 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
9/8/2010
This is a great recipe - saves you a lot of time!
posted:
8/27/2010
Great recipe and the best part - easy to make.
posted:
8/25/2010
Love it, love it, love it!
posted:
6/27/2010
Excellent and simple. I've added and i've prepared just as recipe nstructs and either way you can't go wrong. Kid friendly and great for gatherings. One of my families favorites.
posted:
6/23/2010
I have always been nervous about trying to make my own lasagna but I can truly say you can't go wrong with this one. I added a few vegetables to the recipe but it still turned out great!!!
posted:
6/22/2010
My husband does most of the cooking in my family, and he laughed when I told him I was going to make lasagna. It turned out perfectly, and he said it was the best lasagna he'd had in a a long time :)
posted:
6/14/2010
I have made this lasagna many times and love it. Am having company one night this week so will put together the night before and stick in oven when I get home from work. A good salad and garlic bread and you're all set.
posted:
5/26/2010
i loved this! subbed in turkey. my husband says nothing is better than stouffer's :( i'm still trying to impress him...
posted:
5/13/2010
I did not put the parsley in it and it was a very kid friendly lasagna. It was very good and easy.
posted:
4/26/2010
Wonderful lasagna... full of flavor and definitely the best recipe for lasagna I've ever made. The cheese mixture spread out on the noodles is just the right amount so there is no overpowering if someone isn't that fond of riccotta. I can't believe what a difference the parsley makes. I make this ground beef usually but have also tried it with sausage. Both are good but it seems far more traditional tasting to me if it is made with ground beef so that is my favorite.
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