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Delicious! The whole family loved it! Thank you for the recipe!
Sorry Guys but not impressed with this recipe. <br/><br/>Here are the reasons why. - The ricotta and egg when baked turned out more like and omelette compared to a nice creamy sauce. The meat sauce was mediocre and certainly not one I would have made normally, don't quite see the need for the sugar. - After tasting and making enough for six and hoping to use this for a few nights will eat once and that will be it, and thats purely because I didn't buy anything else for dinner. Very Disappointed.
This is my favorite lasagna recipe. I saw it on another site about 3 years ago and made it. It became a staple of my cook books. I was going to post it here, but found that someone else already had. Thanks! Give this one a try, you won't be disappointed.
This is an excellent lasagna recipe. The only thing I changed was I used 1 pound of ground beef and a half pound of ground pork instead of all ground beef. The one problem I had was that it started getting a little too done around the edges before the center was cooked. The top was also starting to dry out. Next time I'll cook it at 350Â° and just bake it a little bit longer. I'll also keep it covered for about the first 20 minutes or so, or at least until the center starts to cook.
My husband and I loved this. It did take a long time to make, but was well worth it. While it had a long prep time, the individual steps were easy to follow. One thing I learned the hard way though - some pasta manufacturers now make lasagna noodles that do not need to be precooked (softened in the water). Check the box before you buy! I accidentally overcooked the noodles, they burnt a bit and were chewy. That was my own fault though, and not that of the recipes'. Thanks, Karamia for sharing this with us!