By BlondeChick80 on July 19, 2007
"It's like making a lasagna on the stove top without all the baking. Oh wait.. that's exactly it! It's pretty easy to make. My husband loves it! This recipe is adapted from America's Test Kitchen recipe titled the same, but I changed a few things."
Serving Size: 1 (582 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"We loved this but had an issue with the noodles sticking together - which never quite cooked through BUT re-heated well (next time I will stir them to separate to stop the sticking). I left out the ricotta ( it went off after only 3 days in the fridge - obviously not fresh), I added a layer of parmesan cheese in its place (about 1/2 a cup). I will make this again, but will be more aware of the pasta sticking issue. Thanks for the recipe"
"I have made this 4 times now, it always turns out great and everyone likes it. I always have enough left for another meal later in the week. Use a large deep skillet. I use 11 noodles if I would use more, it would run over the skillet I have. Thanks for this great easy recipe!"
"All hail Milk Brain! Tried this tonight and all three of us rated it a 5!! My dd told me on the way home tonight she did not like lasagna and she would eat asparagus for supper (is this child really mine??) I followed recipe to a T except for the amount of pasta...I just used odds and ends from the lasagna box, some spaghetti that the family didn't really like. maybe 1/2 C of lonely macaroni. Made a ton - will freeze some for later. I was worried while cooking that I had too much liquid, but I just let it simmer for awhile and it came out great! THANK YOU!"
"This was excellent and very low fuss for a week night meal. I used ground turkey, and trimmed a bit more fat by using only a cup and a half of 2% skim mozzarella instead of 2 cups and I also used low fat ricotta. Delicious comfort food, and I love that it's all on the stove top. Thanks Milk Brain! :-)"
"This gets 5 stars just for being a lasagna you can make on the stovetop!! I also did not hurt the rating that it did taste good. I'd cut back on the water, maybe it only needs 1 3/4 cup but you will have to watch it close if you cut it back. I'll use this recipe again, thank you for posting. Made for the Fall PAC 2007 game"