the worst discusting recipe the worst and a waste of time to make its not the best its not even deasent
I made this yesterday as a special meal for my husband since he came from abroad and wanted to pamper him with his favourite dish :) It was more delicious than I expected and it really deserves more than 5 stars. I made some adjustments as per below but it turned out just as wonderful:
1. instead of Italian sausage, I used Milan salami as I couldn't find
2. I used 1/4 lb. mozzarella for the ricotta filling as I didn't have enough
3. I prepared some white sauce using milk, margarine, salt and flour and topped the lasagne with it. I became super creamy and I only used about 2 table spoons of mozzarella on top of the sauce.
Simply delicious and I WOWWed my husband with it :)
This was really good but the there should not be a layer of noodles on top. It should have had sauce then cheese. The noodles got super hard and the cheese became one with the noodles so you lost the ooey gooey effect. Great flavor, but missed the mark with the execution.
Very good! I used some cooked bacon instead of sausage as that's what I happened to have on hand, and 8 garlic cloves! I usually make lasagna with Bechamel sauce rather than a ricotta mixture, so this was a nice change of pace for me. The lasagna noodles I used were pre-cooked, and the next time I will moisten the top layer with something before sprinkling on the cheese - the top layer turned out a bit dry because the noodles were dry going into the oven! Thank you for a lovely recipe!
I have made this lasagna multiple times. It always turns out great!!! My husband loves it and he is Italian! Not dry, not runny, perfect!
In my opinion, the salt content in this makes it almost inedible. I cut back on the salt by one teaspoon based on other reviewer's comments, but it was not nearly enough. I would recommend using one teaspoon of salt in the meat mixture and none in the cheese mixture. Lasagna normally gets devoured in my house, but I ended up throwing most of this out, which was quite irritating considering how expensive it is to make. My other suggestion would be to definitely let it sit for a half-hour before serving, or it really falls apart.
I have been teaching myself how to cook and thought I would give lasagna a try. I used this recipe after the enticing photos caught my eye. I was a little confused at the term "divided in regards to the mozzarella cheese, and didn't realize there was an entirely separate pan made just for lasagna. However, I was able to make this recipe. It was really easy to work through - even for a beginner like me, and it was absolutely DELICIOUS! Thank you so much for the family recipe. Five stars over and over!
My first attempt at lasagna and for the hubby's birthday and it was a huge success with this recipe. He asked me to make sure I made note of any changes I made to the recipe so that I was sure to make it exactly the same the next time. The only changes I made was I used 1 lb sausage and 1 lb beef, a little more cheese and a little more garlic to our tastes. But, basically followed the recipe to a T. So good! Thank you!!!
This just became my new "go to" lasagna recipe which I've been hunting for. It is delicious, simple and the flavours aren't complicated, which I appreciate...it is a great old school meaty/cheesy lasagna!! My husband & our friends agree, "throw away your other recipe's that you've clipped, saved or copied from someone, this is the one". Do try the recipe as is the very first time (it appears as though the author has edited it & updated it based on other reviewers comments, so trust it, it is current and easy to follow) but also be creative and make it your own next time by adding spinach and/or nutmeg to the ricotta mixture...or replacing some of the meat with chopped portabella mushrooms. Regardless of how you make it your own, keep this recipe as your base. It is wonderful and delicious!
Awesome! I've made a lot of pans of lasagna and this recipe is the best. I used the cottage cheese and had to double the sauce because I used my lasagna pan which is a bit larger. I also used the no boil noodles. I cooked it for 40 minutes covered, uncovered the last 5 minutes and let it rest for 20 minutes before cutting it. <br/>Tip: Don't try to spread the cheese mixture, drop it by the spoonful and leave it.