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I've been making this recipe for a while now. I saw Ina make it on her show and was convinced to try it. This is absolutely the best lasagna I've ever had; it's my go-to now. It sounds a bit like a novelty item with the goat cheese and turkey sausage, but it still has a very traditional taste, and everything is so complimentary. If you're unsure about the goat cheese, don't worry. It doesn't dominate the flavor of the dish, but rather lends a very nice and delicious creaminess. You must try this recipe!
WOW! This is one of the best lasagna recipes I've ever tried. It is time-consuming, but totally worth it on a weekend. We used turkey kielbasa because that's what we had, but I think it would be even better with Italian sausage, as specified. We also threw in some chopped fresh tomatoes that needed to be used up, but it was runny as a result. I think we'll add more goat cheese next time. We love goat cheese and you can barely taste it as written - but it's still spectacular. Thank you for posting this!!!
I found this recipe on Food Network and really wanted to try it. I used no boil lasagna noodlesâ€¦ I will not use them again, did not like the texture. Other than that it was PERFECT!!!! My new go to lasagna recipe!
I've made this lasagna several times now, and it's always delicious, creamy - down right wonderful. YUM. It's a huge hit everytime I make it for family and friends.
This was very good. I think that my sausage could have been better quality, so don't skimp there. The whole family loved it, and my children didn't notice the goat cheese. This recipe is one of those where top quality ingredients are really important.
If you are looking for an impressive lasagna recipe this is it. Mine came out rich and creamy. I used hot italian turkey sausage because that's what I had on hand. I did use fresh mozzarella and suggest that it be used in this recipe. The lasagna was moist and very tasty. Since I have horrible tap water, I did boil the lasagna noodles. Other then that, I followed the recipe to a "T". Thanks for posting PanNan!
I rarely stray from my own lasagne recipe, but I was intrigued by the fresh mozzarella and the pasta soaked in the hot water. I loved the fresh mozzarella, but would fully cook the noodles the next time, as they were a bit starchy for my taste.
I am so glad to find this recipe here. I made it when I originally saw it on her show. I've been looking for it because it was the best lasagne ever, delicious and easy. Letting the noodles soak, rather than precooking them, is such a great idea - perfect al dente, rather than mushy.
Wonderful recipe. A very light tasting lasagna. I make this all the time. It freezes very well also.