One of our favorite foods. A big bowl of pasta, robust wine, with warm semolina bread, butter, a hearty salad and some romantic italian music...take me away. After dinner a gondola ride and some espresso with sambucca and let your imagination take it from there.....
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This a wonderful comfort food! My Italian husband and relatives love it. They can't believe I don't spend the whole day at the stove to make it. Serve with good Italian bread and a salad and your all set! I have included the microwave instructions, but I have never made it this way so...it's your choice. Try it you'll love it. If it's a little thick the next day for left-overs, just thin with a little Red Wine and Chicken broth. YUMMY!!!
Everybody will love Doris' lasagna recipe. Actress Doris Roberts, whose 73 years have been filled with exotic travel and exciting jobs, may have little in common with smothering mother Marie Barone, the character she plays on "Everybody Loves Raymond". But they both know the restorative value of comfort food like lasagna. This recipe (and staging directions) are from Roberts' autobiography, "Are You Hungry, Dear?"
The recipe call for her Doris Roberts' Meatballs and her Doris' Roberts Meat Sauce. These are also posted on this site. This was in our local paper.
This recipe is best served with passive-aggressive questioning and subtle innuendo!
You need to use good olive oil, not that cheap stuff from the 99-cent store for this recipe! This goes with Doris Roberts' Lasagna and Doris Roberts' Meatballs' recipes also on this site! Enjoy! From our local newspaper.
Note: In the spirit of Marie, if you're giving this lasagana recipe to your daughter-in-law, leave out the peas, mushrooms and hard-boiled eggs. She will be unable to answer your son's question about why it doesn't taste as good as Mom's. If your looking at this you will need to check out her recipe for Doris Roberts' Lasagna on this site to "get" this comment. From our local newspaper.
Plenty of flavor and nutrition with a low fat content. A practical cold-weather dish to make at short notice, since you'll probably find you have some of the ingredients already on hand. This recipe is compliments of the American Dairy Association.
Take the work out of entertaining with this make-ahead main dish! Original recipe by Joanne Scanapico with a few adapations of my own. It makes a "Delish" Italian meal. Prep and cook times are estimates since I haven't made it in awhile. Been on diets...Poor us!!
I love this recipe! I make it often and enjoy it with a tossed green salad, Italian garlic bread and a glass of wine! One of our favorites and so easy to do! Make sure you toss the pasta immediately with the sauce so the pasta will not stick. Bon Appetito!