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Very good I will make it again for sure delicious

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rada marcu May 27, 2013

I have made this twice now. My Swiss Chard went crazy and I needed to find something different to make. Can only eat and make so many Chard Rolls. I tried this one, I used mozza instead of fontina, and used 16 cups of chopped chard instead of 3 bunches, don't know how much 3 bunches is. The second batch I froze in 3 (5x9) foil pans and put into the freezer. I re-heated them from frozen at 400 F for 1 hr 15 minutes. Even my hubby who really doesn't like veggies liked this one, he even requested it.

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tasb August 06, 2010

test, test

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Santa Clause July 07, 2009

I made this tonight and it was delicious! I used spinach in place of the swiss chard (all they had at the grocery store) and added baby portobello mushrooms. It was a little time consuming, but well worth it!

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kbueser January 02, 2009

This was so delicious! I've never had a white sauce lasagna before and wasn't sure what to expect. DH and I both loved it and will definitely make it again. I used hot Italian turkey sausage and left out the red pepper flakes. Otherwise followed exactly. Like any lasagna, it's a bit time consuming on the prep, but well worth the effort. Perfect for company. (10/28/08) Updated because I see that the stars didn't post. Definitely a five star recipe.

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PanNan December 21, 2008
Swiss Chard & Italian Sausage Lasagna