Easy and delicious. You will need 2 jars of pasta sauce for this dish. The lasagna on the top layer should be completely covered in sauce; otherwise, it comes out doughy.
I agree. This is the best lasagne recipe. I make it the day before Christmas, put it in the fridge, and pop it in the oven on Christmas day. It makes for a great holiday meal. I use half pound sausage and half pould lean ground beef. I have been using this recipe for years and always relied on the back of the box for the recipe. I noticed tonight that they have changed the recipe on the back. I searched it, and was so glad to find the original listed here. Thanks for positng it!
I made this good lasagna for the convenience of the no-boil noodles, which I like. I use half pound of lean ground beef, half pound of mild Italian sausage, mozarella cheese and two jars of Barilla spaghetti sauce in three layers. We have enjoyed it very much. Thanks for posting this good recipe.
Tried this recipe following the instructions on the back of the Barilla lasagna noodles-everybody loves it.Awesome recipe.Thanks.
Made this years ago and haven't stopped. For meat - you can use anything. Specially wild game.
Great recipe! I've made it twice now. Definitely a fan of mild Italian sausage for this recipe. Still trying to figure out in step 7 what Celsius sauce is. Oh well. I still winged it and turned out fabulous!
Our grocery just started carrying the Barilla No-Boil Lasagna pasta. It was the best Lasagna I've ever made. I made a couple of ingredient amount changes since I used the next size larger pan, but it was perfect. I served to company without reservations.
I love this and have been making it for a few years now. The noodles sometimes come out slightly al dente or the Lasagnia can be a little dry. A few tablespoons of water in the top layer adjusts for this nicely. Hot Italian sausage gives it a nice kick but sausage also kicks up the salt so I use one jar of pasta sauce and make the other half from cans of no salt tomato sauce mixed with fried onions, peppers, Italian seasoning, and garlic. My in-laws think I'm a talented cook and get me to make this when they have company, but it's actually so simple it's a little embarrassing to give the recipe out.
Excellent, perfect, superb and so so so simple lasagna recipe. This is my go-to lasagna recipe. I absolutely LOVE how you don't have to cook the noodles first. Not only does it save labor and an extra dish to wash when skipping that step, but it also saves my sanity because the uncooked noodles are easier to hold still while you spread that ricotta mixture. I used a 13x9 baking dish and did all of the layers, with no boil over, but to be safe, I put the 13x9 on a cookie sheet just in case it did boil over, at least it'd be easy to clean up. One thing I will change in this recipe, is to use more meat. I want to use 1 lb ground beef and 1 lb ground Italian sausage. Serve it up with a Caesar salad and some garlic breadsticks and Buon Appetito!
Made this today for lunch for 7 of the grandchildren and their Momma. There was none left. Made a few changes, as in using almost 2# of ground beef with a little sausage for some spice. I also fried the meats with fresh garlic & onion. I also used cottage cheese instead of ricotta, as that was what I had on hand. I also used some spices in the meat mixture. This was my first time to use the Barilla no pre-cook noodles. LOVED them! I also did not bake mine as long. 25 minutes covered and 15 uncovered and some of that I used my broiler. Was YUMMY and will use these noodles again when I make lasagna again.