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Excellent!! I loved not having to boil the noodles in advance. I used Hot Italian sausage, added mushrooms and onionsto the sauce, used fresh baby spinach and used pepper jack cheese. With just two of us, I put 3 dinners in the freezer. This is the lasagne recipe I've been looking for! thank you.
I used Italian sausge and 1 quart of my homemade tomato sauce. I doubled the amount of fresh spinach to 4 cups. I just chopped it up and added it to the other ingredients. I love the fact that you don't need to precook it. The addition of mushrooms suggested in one of the other reviews sounds like a good idea. I think the only other change I made was to use about 1/2 cup of Parmesan on top. It was very quick and easy to prepare and we loved the finished result.
I added a can of sliced mushrooms to my sauce and cut the spinach about in half. I also used cottage cheese because I was out of riccota...we all loved it!!! I guess the spinach is a personal preference since the above reviewer added more to hers! :)
This was my first time eating or cooking lasagna with spinach. It was very good. My whole family liked it a lot. I used half Italian sausage and half Hamburger. I also used a bit more spinach then it called for and more cheese. Noodles actually were done!!
THIS IS THE BEST LASAGNA I've ever made or eaten! And I've tried a lot. Soooo easy to put together - now I did the layering a bit different. I used three dry noodles, 1/3 sauce, 1/2 cheese, then three dry noodles, 1/3 sauce, 1/2 cheese, then three dry noodles and remaining 1/3 sauce. I did this because I couldn't fit 1/2 the noodles on the bottom as suggested. Anyways - will throw out all other recipes. Loved the way it stood up together when cut and sneaked the spinach in and I used Jimmy Dean regular sausage and that gave fabulous flavor. Thanks.
This is an excellent lasagne recipe. I sautéed ground pork with Serrano peppers and onions and it was delicious. Now, this is one of my favorite lasagne dinners. Thank you!!