I made this for a family dinner and it was a huge hit! My non-vegetarian guests said it blew the meat lasagna out of the water. It worked wonderfully with white sauce. I can't wait to try it with the tomato next!
Fabulous! I real gem of a recipe and one that I know my parents, who are vegetarian, will enjoy! I have tried this for my lunch, they are due in from the UK in 2 hours.........I am ready and waiting! I made one slight change, I added my spinach to the roast vegetables after they had finished roasting and then topped my lasagne with the ricotta and feta mixture. A great recipe for Lasagne that is FULL ON for flavour and texture - I am delighted to have found this recipe, thanks! Made for 5 A Day in the Photo's Forum, merci encore. FT:-)
What a succulent, healthy treat for dinner----weeknight or company! The beauty of this recipe is, one can sub in just about any vegetable that's on hand. I had no spinach, so had to omit that, but used eggplant, baby portabellas, sweet red peppers, and onions. I doubled the recipe, and took some to my daughter's best friend, who just had a baby. What could be easier for a new mom (or an old one like me:):) than a dish like this, a meal in one? Big thanks for posting this, Chef #lottanumbers!
I'm a vegetarian but my husband isn't - I made this for the first time for Sunday dinner
Made this WITH... large chunks VEGGIES....carrots..zuchs..large sweet onion.. asparagus.. broccolini...yellow & orange baby-bell-peppers.. box of whole mushrooms.. all veggies roasted w/lots of fresh-diced garlic..olive oil..and herbs...lots....RICOTTA was mixed as is but with fresh baby spinach oven roasted on left-over onion pan and in it's left over oil-n-spices...chop thin and mix-it-in with other cheeses..SAUCE was sm can Muir fire roasted tomatoes mixed w/can Progresso fire-roasted tomato Soup Starter....PASTA I had was wide egg-noodles...about 2 C. dry....LAYER as is..scattering 10 large basil leaves, sliced thin, thru-out it all.....and top it w/mozzarella and parmesan....it came out so good with enough for a large family or sm family w/left-overs to freeze...The roasted veggies make this my very...VERY...Favorite Recipe these days...I am sending it to all my family and friends...I think "as-is" is probably perfect...but I had to work with what I had in the house...it came out so good I am sending it so everyone knows this is a perfect INSPIRATION RECIPE for such a wide variety of casseroles...small or large...as needed....Thank You...Thank You!!!
I didn't bother roasting any vegetables & just made our regular pasta sauce with my own measurements (tons) of veggies included. There's no need to boil the lasagne sheets, as I used instant & they cook while in the oven. The spinach & ricotta mix was really yum & I imagine it would be great mixed with the pasta sauce & layered in the lasagne, if rushed for time. Thanks for posting, chef#. UPDATE: Matt has his way of making lasagne & using this spinach & ricotta mix has become my way of making lasagne. I'm yet to roast any veggies to include in this dish, so I'm holding out for that 5th star :) Hey, any left-over mix is great on crackers, too! :)
Fantastic recipe! The roast vegies have a great flavour, and the spinach mixture is so creamy and tasty. Will make again, might even try using bechamel on the bottom and adding the pasta sauce to the veggies for a change.
One of the best vegetarian lasagne recipes I've ever found.... was a hit at home and very easy to do!
Bursting with great roasted flavor! I made this and ate it for 5 nights in a row with my husband. Every night he said he could eat it every night for a month. I used canned spinach because that's what I had on hand.
THis is quite nice. I love the addition of all the vegi's. I added an egg to the cheese mixture to help hold it together. I think I might prefer it with a white sauce rather than the red but otherwise it has a very nice flavor. Thanks for the great recipe!