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I made it with Divella egg lasagne founded in the UK and I've tried the best lasagna ever!
Made this exactly as written except I used fresh veggies all around. The rolls up were a great idea and much easier than cannelloni. I thought the flavor was great but it was overall a little ricotta heavy and a little lacking in sauce. Just my personal preference. Very well seasoned!
This turned out really yummy!! I think next time I will sub the broccoli with zucchini and I did use 14 oz of tomato sauce and 14 oz of spaghetti sauce instead of all tomato sauce. I also used cottage cheese instead or ricotta, as cottage cheese is way cheaper! Still turned out pretty taste! This makes a lot of food too, Always a plus.
Pretty good! I amde an extra batch & stuck them in the freezer. I used bottled pasta sauce instead of plain tomato sauce since that is what I had on hand. Thanks!
Very nice! I halved the recipe, used whole grain lasagna, fresh broccoli that I steamed, and fresh mushrooms, sauteed. I used cottage cheese in place of ricotta(personal preferance). I did use the whole egg. Two made a nice serving and even my DH enjoyed this dish! Thank you Lainey!
I served these for a dinner party this weekend and they were a hit! Everyone thought I was gourmet. They went together quickly and were way easier to serve than regular lasagna. Thanks for sharing!
I am a first time cook and this was simple to make even for me! I was very pleased with the outcome!
I used fresh spinach & fresh mushrooms also. For some reason I thought this would be alot quicker than making a regular lasagna. Spreading the cheese mixture on each noodle & rolling took time, however it was much easier to serve this way. Tasted great anyway. Thanks for posting!
Made these tonight and scaled it down to two servings easily. I really like this new verion of a family favortie, its kinda like a manacotti but with out the hassel of making the shells. I used fresh mushrooms that I cooked with butter since I did not have canned. I plan on making these again playing around with diffrent fillings and sauce.
These rolls were delicious. They go together fairly quickly, once the noodles are cooked and the ricotta mixture is made. I did use 1 cup of coarsely chopped fresh mushrooms, lightly sauteed in non-stick cooking spray, instead of the canned. Also, I used a large jar of pasta sauce in place of the tomato sauce. I used approx. 1/3 cup of the ricotta filling for each lasagne noodle and got 20 rolls out of this recipe. My family really loved these and gave them 2-thumbs up. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe...it is definitely a keeper!! Congratulations again on winning the football pool.