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We loved this but had an issue with the noodles sticking together - which never quite cooked through BUT re-heated well (next time I will stir them to separate to stop the sticking). I left out the ricotta ( it went off after only 3 days in the fridge - obviously not fresh), I added a layer of parmesan cheese in its place (about 1/2 a cup). I will make this again, but will be more aware of the pasta sticking issue. Thanks for the recipe
I have made this 4 times now, it always turns out great and everyone likes it. I always have enough left for another meal later in the week. Use a large deep skillet. I use 11 noodles if I would use more, it would run over the skillet I have. Thanks for this great easy recipe!
All hail Milk Brain! Tried this tonight and all three of us rated it a 5!! My dd told me on the way home tonight she did not like lasagna and she would eat asparagus for supper (is this child really mine??) I followed recipe to a T except for the amount of pasta...I just used odds and ends from the lasagna box, some spaghetti that the family didn't really like. maybe 1/2 C of lonely macaroni. Made a ton - will freeze some for later. I was worried while cooking that I had too much liquid, but I just let it simmer for awhile and it came out great! THANK YOU!
This was excellent and very low fuss for a week night meal. I used ground turkey, and trimmed a bit more fat by using only a cup and a half of 2% skim mozzarella instead of 2 cups and I also used low fat ricotta. Delicious comfort food, and I love that it's all on the stove top. Thanks Milk Brain! :-)
This gets 5 stars just for being a lasagna you can make on the stovetop!! I also did not hurt the rating that it did taste good. I'd cut back on the water, maybe it only needs 1 3/4 cup but you will have to watch it close if you cut it back. I'll use this recipe again, thank you for posting. Made for the Fall PAC 2007 game