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Super, super good even if a little labor intensive. You can use a large 9x13 casserole dish or two smaller 8x8s and put one in the freezer for later. It freezes really well. Delicious!

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Fruit Tea November 01, 2013

AWESOME! We made this in advance and froze it (without cooking the noodles). Then just baked at 350 F for about 1 hour. Really really great... this is my new go-to lasagna recipe!

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mikey & ev December 16, 2007

This was sooo good. I followed the directions exactly except for i used regular lasagna noodles and left out the green pepper and the chives. I also precooked the turkey and drained the extra fat from it. This took alot longer than 35 minutes for me to prep but it was a fun recipe to make! thank you!

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Christineyy! April 14, 2007

Very yummy! This is a recipe that I chose for pick a chef, and I'm very glad that I did! I made it exactly as the recipe says and it turned out wonderfully!I made this to serve to my in-laws and even though my FIL said he prefers the traditional lasagne, this was still very good. I really enjoyed the blend of the spinach and the ricotta cheese. I will definately make this recipe again. Thanks Pixie!

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Winnipeg *Mel* October 03, 2005
Lasagna Lite