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Fantastic!! We had out of town guests who are vegetarians. I served this and all I can say is we ate until we couldn't move. I have to admit I was a little hesitant but this dish was incredible. We will definitely make this again. Thank you so much.
This was our supper last night. YuMmy!!Very nice flavor. Left out the olives because my kids won't touch them. Still an incredible dish. Certainly didn't miss the meat. Definitely will make this again. Thanks NurseDi!!
My husband was totally amazed, well really we all were. This was so rich and delicious. In my attempt to create more meatless meals, I tried this. We all loved it. Took a little time to put together but it was worth every minute. Very cheesy and full of flavor. Thanks Nurse Di, another winner.
This was a hit at Easter dinner. I changed the recipe by using a 28 oz. can of tomato sauce, adding 2 cups of green and yellow zucchini to the rest of the ingredients, some ground black pepper, no green chilies, no Parmesan cheese and 2 cups of mozzarella cheese instead of 4 cups of Monterey Jack. I followed the rest of the recipe as is. This makes a beautifully colorful lasagna, and you will never miss the meat. I bought all ingredients pre-sliced/grated to cut down on prep time, but this recipe is worth the work in any event!
I've made this a couple of times, and it's really versatile. I don't care for cooked spinach, so I chopped and stir fried some bok choy instead. I've made the sauce with carrots, red and green bell pepper, and shredded zucchini. This is a great way to hide veggies! For just two of us, I use a 10x7 casserole dish and cook it in my toaster oven. This takes only 6 lasagna noodles, but it freezes well and is easy to double, one for now and one for later. DH loves it, a great addition to our meatless menu.
I made this following the directions exactly (except that I don't cook Lasagna noodles, I just cover with foil and they cook themselves) and I HATED it. My husband said it was okay, not awful like I said, but not good either. For me there was way too much tomato. I love a good sauce and I love vegetables, but for some reason this just didn't do anything for me except make me nauseous. I ate a very small amount and just couldn't stomach it. Just way too much tomato. I was so very disappointed.
My boyfriend and I love this lasagna. The last time I made it, I added slices of zucchini and eggplant (I peeled and cooked the eggplant first and layered it on top of the spinach). I am a new cook, but this recipe has turned out perfectly for me every time. Thanks!
Rather low rating due to it being controversial in my house. I REALLY liked it, but my Husband didn't (wouldn't take it as left over). I did add a low fat smoked sausage to the veggie mix, which was good.
I did not eat this when it was freshly prepared but have been eating it as leftovers for lunch. I don't know if reheating in the microwave is diminishing the flavor but I'm not thinking wow when I eat it. DH ate just out of the oven but he hasn't had any since which is unusual. To my taste, the dish is bland. Sorry.
Definitely flavorful. I halved the recipe since I don't usually like left overs and used more cheese than called for because cheese is one of my favorite things to eat. The sauce was very thick; next time, I'll use more sauce and less paste for a thinner sauce. My DH and his friend said it was delicious, so thanks for the recipe, Nurse Di!