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Awesome base recipe, but made for tweeking. I doubled the beef, a must! I also doubled the seasoning and garlic. I used about 3 medium zucchini, (on top of sauce) sliced about 1/4" thick to line my baking dish boiled them a little so they would cook faster, seasoned with S&P. I did the cheese like in the recipe but it was really not enough compaired to all the meat in the sauce so I doubled that but I used ricotta cheese and seasoned that too. I added a layer of fresh basil leaves on the cheese. Layered the sauce and zucchini but on top of the last layer I added fresh mozzarella cheese. Let me tell you I could have eaten the whole tray. Will double to a 9x13 next time, definetly!! THANK YOU!! Just started a low carb way of eating and couldn't come up with anything. Now I have this.

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tmp68 July 15, 2010

Great reciepe!!! I ended up going with the no boil lasagna noodles (which I highly reccommend) instead of the zucchini slices. However I did use the zucchini. I grated 3 zucchini and mixed it in with the tomatoes and seasonings. I did add extra garlic and I did double the meat. After that I went accordingly to recipe. My family and I loved it! The kids (ages 7 and 4) did not notice that there was veggies in it! Wahoo! :) Score!

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Cheryl's Home Cookin' May 24, 2011

This is so good! We definitely did not miss the pasta! I used 1 lbs of ground beef, double the spices, and added salt. Before the salt the meat was pretty bland. I used ricotta because it had slightly less carbs than the cottage cheese I looked at. Also, I used a colby-jack blend because I'm not a huge mozzerella. This is definitely a keeper!! I am going to post it on my facebook right now :)

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Shelly J. April 21, 2010

This is more than delicious!! I doubled the meat, used all ricotta cheese, shredded fresh mozarella, and a few more zucchini than listed. I also took a small portion and cooked it without the meat for myself(I cooked everything according to the recipe but just left out the meat). My husband and two year old loved the meat version and I loved the vegeterian version. Absolutely yummy! I will definately make this again!! Thanks!

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Oliver & Fischer's Mommy July 19, 2010

This is a great recipe for me as I enjoy lasagna but I'm very picky about pasta. I did not pre cook the zucchini and it was perfect. I made it for my diabetic dad to reduce the carbs. I'll use this again and make some personal modifications. Delicious and filling, thank you!

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fairestoneofall June 06, 2010

I made this recipe last week and talk about delish!!! You definately do not miss noodles in this recipe. It's always nice to eat something that has been modified from the "norm" or how it is traditionally made and not notice a difference. Due to our personal tastes I added parsley to the cottage cheese mixture, rather then using fresh tomatos I used a 15oz can of diced tomatos, and double the amount of herbs used in the dish due to Marg's comment about it being slightly bland. Thank you so much for the recipe, I will definately be making this again and will recommend it to others. :)

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Johnsdeere April 07, 2010

I cannot believe how delicious this dish was. I used 3/4 lb of ground beef, part skim ricotta, 8oz bag of part skim mozzarella as well as whole wheat flour. It was to die for. Next time I might skip the pre-cooking zucchini step since I like a little bit more texture, but that's just a personal preference. This one is a keeper for sure!

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Katanashrp February 21, 2010

Very, very good! I used lowfat ground turkey, extra garlic and spices..YUM! I have to also say that you do not miss the pasta at. Use a mandoline slicer for uniform and thinner slices that seem even more like pasta!! So good!

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TaterBug! :) July 25, 2009

It is a keeper. Needs more cheese and zucchini.

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slobo80 June 18, 2011

Made this tonight and it was great! I zapped the zuch in the microwave for 2 mins to save some time, used some marinara sauce from a jar instead of fresh tomatoes, and used ricotta and everything came out great. Thanks for the recipe!

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geniabeme April 09, 2011
Zucchini Lasagna (Lasagne) - Low Carb