5 Reviews

I don't particularly care for regular lasagna noodles so I thought I would try this. It was great the first time but since then I have changed a couple of things. Now I use 1/2lb ground beef ,1/2 lb Italian sausage and make homemade sauce. Definitely a keeper. Thanks!!!

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carbo_2003 April 05, 2010

We were pleasantly surprised with this recipe, very delicious. It goes together so much faster than using traditional lasagna noodles, bakes up nicely, and the sour cream is a nice way to smooth out the ricotta (which I find always has a somewhat gritty texture). I also added a layer of mozz over the noodle mixture. Thank you!

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motoe February 29, 2008

Excellent. I found this in Southern Living and made it. It was very yummy!!!

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keleighp December 19, 2006

this was a very good dish my family loved it

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Amanda #7 September 13, 2006

Jude this truly is a clean out everything casserole. I would of loved this with egg noodles but feared that others wouldnt so I made it with 1 lb of mostaccioli and 1lb ground beef and 1/3 lb italian sausage. Used a jar of sauce, added some water to clean the jar and a small can of diced tomatoes. Had a small amount of ricotta and made up the difference with cream cheese and added about 1/2 cup cottage cheese also. On top of each noodle layer I also sprinkled some shredded cheese both mozzarella and some pizza mix. This filled a 13x9 and the kids gobbled it up! The different cheeses along with the sour cream and green onions gives it a nice change from traditional lasagne. This will be made lots whenever the fridge gets a stockpile of odds and ends! Thanks JJ!

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LAURIE July 04, 2006
Egg Noodle Lasagna