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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:
1/18/2005
This recipe was easy to make. We had our neighbors over for dinner and they loved it. It was delicous.
posted:
1/18/2005
This is THE best recipe for lasagne. My husband doesn't care for ricota cheese but the way it is all blended together makes it so yummy! It's very easy! I substituted sausage and it was a great addition!
posted:
1/18/2005
This is the best !!!!! My whole family loved it,even the picky ones. We added sausage, you can fix it to suit your taste. It looked as good as the picture. It was easy to serve,not runny.
posted:
1/17/2005
Best lasagna I have ever made. Really tasty, not runny at all. I left out the parsley, as we don't care for it. This is now the only lasagna I will ever make.
posted:
1/17/2005
I found this to be very easy to prepare. I did use the no boil lasagna noodles. We found it to be quite bland, however. I used italian sausage instead of the beef and added about 3/4 tsp of Italian seasonings. Still bland. If I made this again, I would certainly add garlic and more seasonings.
posted:
1/15/2005
this was a very good recipe mine would always run but today it was perfect my family loved it i'll make this again ,
posted:
1/15/2005
This was very good, and very simple. Maybe a little more dry than my family likes. The spaghetti sauce I used was very thick, I think I will add a little more water next time. I will make this again!
posted:
1/9/2005
My family loves this! Delicious & so easy! I do substitute cottage cheese for the ricotta as well as add a dash of other white cheeses like Jack or Provolone. But the real hit is: frozen spinach. Thawed & well drained, of course. Add to cheese mixture instead of, or in addition to parsley. (Yes, fresh spinach would work also!)
posted:
1/9/2005
I have always been a "scratch cook" so have just begun to use prepared sauces etc. I found a very good marinara sauce, added a bit more garlic and onion; replaced the parsley with fresh chopped spinach and voila....deeelish and healthy. Everybody loves it. I usually add a tossed green salad and hot bread with olive oil. note: We love whole grain crusty breads...so I've bought them at Costco from the bakery unbaked. So I can pop them in the oven and claim they're mine!!
posted:
1/9/2005
This is really an easy recipe to make. I have always made lasagna from scratch. Since this recipe uses spaghetti sauce, I added oregano, minced garlic and some diced tomatoes to spice it up a little!
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