By mliss29 on December 13, 2007
Photo by Chef PotPie
Photo by Chef PotPie
"This is a lower-fat, no-boil version of Julesong's Creamy Spinach Mushroom Lasagna. After one bite, my 11 year old son said, "make this again, Mom." Many thanks to Julesong for this delicious combination of flavors."
Serving Size: 1 (186 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12
"This was a huge hit at my Christmas party. It has such a different flavor than traditional Italian lasagna. I used smoked gruyere instead of havarti and it added a really deep flavor to the cheeses. I also added a layer of ricotta to make the dish higher. And sauteed fresh rather than frozen spinnach. Delish!"
"This was a huge success. I didn't know how many guests I would have, so I made a double recipe of this in my roasting pan. I doubled all ingredients except the cheeses (used 8 oz ea) and butter, but added some leftover proscuitto (highly recommended). I also did not quite double the liquids because I was pre-boiling my noodles. I layered sauce, noodles, veggies, proscuitto, cheese, N, S, V, P, C, N, S, C. I made it the afternoon before. To cook it, I baked 45 min, then let stand 20 min or so. We wound up being 9 people, and by the time everyone was finished, I ended up with about a 2" x 3" block as leftovers! That was the only downside to the whole thing (we were secretly hoping for more leftovers!). It was great because the only dish at the end of the evening was the roasting pan. Thanks for a wonderful recipe and a successful evening."
"Nice change, very delicious!! Easy to put together. I used fresh spinach but otherwise followed the recipe! Thanks for another favorite."
"I loved it! This was my first white lasagna and I MUCH prefer it over a tomato based one. Thanks for the new experience."
"Fabulous! Great flavors, herbs, very NICE dish! Made for compny in a different kichen that my own, and it was a difficult meal, running back and forth between kitchens! But it was a lovely dinner and everybody loved their food! YUMMY"
"5 Stars! This is delicious. I had to alter the seasonings slightly because I didn't know I was low on thyme until I was ready to mix it in...so I used about 1/4 tsp. thyme and 1 tsp. of basil. I also added a little freshly grated nutmeg to the white sauce. This is a company worthy dish. Thanks for posting mliss."