I finally have the time to say how super great this recipe is! I've made it many times with ground chuck and ground turkey. Very good and everyone loves it!
This recipe was very easy to put together and has ingredients I knew we would love. I made this exactly as directed (which I something I rarely do!), but I found the sour cream flavor very overpowering. If I were to make this again I would try half cream cheese & half sour cream. This makes 4 VERY GENEROUS servings. I know I'm in the minority here on this one but thanks for sharing your recipe.
This was good and easy to put together. I think it really needs some oregano or basil or perhaps both to jazz it up a bit and will try adding these next time. Thank you for sharing.
So far this has been one of my family's favorites! My husband loved it and my daughter had thirds. It still tastes good reheated too! Very easy to make and if you serve it with a nice salad and bread you can squeeze 6 or 7 servings out of this recipe. It is very filling.
My daughters loved this dish. It was different than lasagna and alot easier. I used spiral noodles and more sauce than it called for (3 cups altogether). Came out great, I will be making this one again. Thanks!
I love the taste of homemade lasagna but hate the work involved in making one... This was the solution!!! I used extra lean ground beef and elbow noodles. When I went to get the sour cream and cream cheese, there was barely any left, so I took some low fat cottage cheese and pureed half of it until it was thick and creamy and stirred in what little I had of the sour and cream cheese. It was yummy!!! I think I may add more tomato sauce next time b/c my BF and I like our lasagna very wet... Thanks for sharing!!!
What a great dish. Nice change from lasagna and everyone loved it.
Yum...this is sooo tasty. This recipe is very fast and easy to make. Good reheated in the microwave as leftovers too. I would definitely make this again. Thank you!
Delicious! Like others on the site, I adapted the recipe to our likes and what I had on hand. It turned out very decadent tasting, even though all the dairy I used was for my favorite reduced fat brands. I think you could do this with any pasta, any tomato or spaghetti sauce, any ground meat... One goal I had was to make it a bit heavier on the protein as my husband works 12 hour shifts and needs that to make it over the long haul. The other is that I knew we tend to like our lasagne type dishes with plenty of sauce, and I already knew that we like cream cheese in lasagne, so here's what I did: increased ground meat to 1 1/2 lbs...used combination of ground beef, hot italian sausage and ground turkey, as I had all on hand. Flavored it all together with italian sausage seasonings...fennel, garlic and onion powder, salt, pepper, sugar (i use agave nectar as sweetener) increased sauce from 16 to 24 oz, and I used left over spaghetti sauce that I'd doctored from a jar used Dreamfields (High fiber) elbow macaroni, 8 oz used 6 oz of lower fat neufchatel for the cream cheese mixed with 8 oz of sour cream...unlike others, I knew that this would be considered the "good stuff" by my family members, so we needed plenty! With the last 2 oz of cream cheese in the pkg, I dotted it on top of the top meat layer sauce, just under the 50% less fat shredded cheddar... (By the way, if you want an excellent 50% less fat cheddar, try the Cabot Light out of Vermont...it has won awards and I never buy anything but that now for my cheddar. I get it at Sam's Club in about 2 lb bricks. I've seen it before at Walmart in 8 oz pkgs, too.) It was gooey and very delicious! I'm sure I'll make this recipe many times again, and will o switch up cheeses, tomato sauce/spaghetti sauce types, ground meats, etc, according with what I have on hand. Yum!
This sounded a lot better than it actually was. Way too much sour cream taste for us. I have to admit we didn't eat all of it and some of it went to waste. I really wanted to like it.