3 Reviews

So good! Hubby liked it so much. I made a few changes. I used boiled lasagna noodles (and not the no-cook). I cooked the mushrooms (sliced) and I added the chard when the mushrooms had cooked, and let them wilt. I made my own sauce. I used mixed cheese (Italian style) instead of mozzarela.
A definite make again!

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Lunarbean November 18, 2010

Loved this! Highly recommend. Put half recipe in 8x8 pan for our dinner and lunch tomorrow, the other pan I froze. I sautéed mushrooms quite awhile and thoroughly dried noodles as I dislike it when the filling slips off. Next time, I will use the entire bunch of Swiss chard, and do as another reviewer- put chard on top of mushrooms to wilt. Save myself a dish to wash. Also, used black pepper instead of crushed red because grandkids are sensitive, and reduced amount by half. Thank you for sharing.

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WiGal December 08, 2013

Excellent! My only changes were to chop the chard and blanche for only a minute or so. I also sautéed the baby bellas longer than called for till they were very tender. I also added a handful of chopped fresh basil to the ricotta mixture. This was delicious, and a great way to use up chard. I actually used a good bit more than the one pound of chard called for because I had a large bunch

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PamC May 09, 2013
Mushroom and Swiss Chard Lasagna