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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:
6/6/2014
Pretty much the best lasagne I've ever eaten! After I made a few changes, of course... Added a little italian seasoning to the meat & sauce mixture as well as some crushed red pepper for a tiny kick. Added a can of garlic & oregano diced tomatoes, and another half jar of sauce. Added some extra mozz and half a container of cottage cheese to the ricotta mixture, to stretch it as well as give some additional texture. You really do need the increases to both the sauce and the cheese mixtures. Used Dreamfields lasagne noodles to reduce the carbs. If you've never tried any of the Dreamfields pastas, I highly recommend them, especially for diabetics. Delicous, everything came out perfect!
posted:
5/27/2014
My family loves this lasagna. They ask for it all the time. It's delicious and so easy to make.
posted:
9/28/2013
freezes great!
posted:
8/20/2013
This is the best and the easy way to make lasagna.. Love it
posted:
7/23/2013
EVERYONE, even my picky eater loves this! Only thing different is I added half a package of neufchatel cheese to the mixture. Made it a little more cheesy like. My husband doesn't get tired of this recipe!
posted:
6/5/2013
This recipe is great, and it will be my go to lasagna recipe from now on. I made a few changes to the recipe. I cooked 2 sweet Italian sausages (without the casing), 3 garlic cloves, and 3 small onions with the ground beef. I added 1/2 tsp of fennel and Italian herbs to the ricotta mixture. I added 10 oz of thawed, frozen spinach to the layers. I was only able to use 9 lasagna noodles (3 layers total). It was soupy when I took it out of the oven after an hour, but after letting it sit 15 minutes, it was the perfect consistency. I will definitely be making this again!
posted:
5/25/2013
Super easy and yummy. I've been making this recipe for years. TIP - instead of 1 cup of water, use an additional 1 cup of sauce. Otherwise, too watery!
posted:
5/24/2013
WallyB07: To spice this up we always add a couple of spicy Italian sausage to the hamburger before browning (removing the skins) and a couple of dashes of cayenne, some diced bell pepper & onion sauteed in the sauce make such a difference. A good recipe, just needs a little tweaking.
posted:
5/1/2013
Recipe was easy to follow for a first timer! I added some spice to the mix by throwing in some extra garlic to the cheese mixture. For the size of the dish two pounds of ground beef was idea for us. Otherwise perfect.
posted:
4/26/2013
Hmmm good starter recipe. Next time I'll add some onion and perhaps some spinach. I did use a mild pork sausage instead of hamburger as most of the reviews online suggested. A good keeper for certain, just needs a few tweaks to make it amazing.
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