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    This recipe comes from an America's Test Kitchen cookbook entitled The Best Make-Ahead Recipe. Everything I've made from this cookbook has been superb and this is my new favorite! The best part about this recipe is that it uses Barilla's No Boil Lasagna Noodles. After making this lasagna I will never use another kind of noodle! The noodles mimic fresh pasta because they turn out delicate, not chewy like other no-boil noodles I've tried. Make sure to use good quality canned tomatoes and don't be alarmed about the sauce tasting too tomato-y and sharp because the taste mellows dramatically in the final dish. The recipe calls for meatloaf mix but if you can't find it (or in my experience, aren't willing to pay the high price) you can substitute lean ground beef, pork, italian sausage, or any combination thereof. Whole milk ricotta cheese and mozzarella give the best results if you are freezing this dish to serve later but if you are baking this immediately then skim or part-skim ingredients can be substituted without any loss in flavor.

    Recipe #420883

    2 Reviews |  By Susie D

    I liked these as they were single servings and so colorful. The recipe includes a sauce recipe as well, but feel free to sub your favorite pasta sauce to speed things up. Recipe courtesy Giada De Laurentiis on Everyday Italian.

    Recipe #169609

    Excellent! My favorite lasagna recipe! You can use any vegetables you want. Try this one! I use a little more sauce than is called for-about a jar and a half jar.

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    Recipe #312276

    This recipe comes from the Good Housekeeping Illustrated Cookbook and it is the best lasagna recipe we have tried. I don't have any trouble finding the page in my cookbook because it has a few stains and looks worn compared to the other pages. The recipe doubles very easily, I use a 9x13x2-inch glass cake pan and it is always filled to the top. Definitely have to have some good crusty bread to sop up the bit of sauce that is left in the pan!

    Recipe #247474

    A wonderful variation on the lasagna theme. Light white sauce and a great taste. I have had this recipe for years, but I think I found it "First" magazine. This can be use for OAMC as well. I use no-cook lasagna noodles to simplify process.

    Recipe #17108

    I concocted this recipe years ago, and just came across it! It's rich, but to die for! Happy to share! ENJOY!

    Recipe #140595

    This is the most beautiful lasagna ever! The layers of zucchini, carrots and spinach make a dish that is delicious and a delight to the eye. Perfect for a luncheon. It tastes as good as it looks!

    Recipe #57680

    9 Reviews |  By Debber

    This is THE ONE every bride should have in her recipe box; it is the way to the groom's heart as well as the in-laws! Not soupy or pathetic, but hearty and "come hither!" Plan to bring an empty pan home if you take this to the church potluck!

    Recipe #224702

    Really good lasagna! If you love Olive Garden's 5-cheese lasagna then you'll love this one! We like it with 1/2 lb. ground beef and 1/2 lb. Italian sausage in it.

    Recipe #25441

    This is so simple to put together and tastes so good, but it's not for the diet conscious!!!! Leftovers of this are fabulous.

    Recipe #92419

    This is very good and easy to make. It comes from my 1981 cookbook "Favorite Brand Name Recipes". I have been making this for years. It is a favorite of my family. Please note that I alter some of the ingredients to my taste. I usually add more parsley, oregano, garlic powder, so alter to your taste. Enjoy!

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    Recipe #7465

    This is a recipe that I have been making for many decades, and everyone who has eaten my lasagna says that it is the BEST LASAGNA EVER!!! Try this recipe and I guarantee you will love it. You need a deep pan or a deep baking dish. If you have any questions, e-mail me: AlanLeonetti@q.com

    Recipe #86623

    It is all about the cheese.

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