By vigilant20 on January 15, 2008
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"This is one of the first dishes I served company when I became vegetarian. Everyone was astonished that this cheesy tasting lasagna didn't have any cheese in it! I originally saw this recipe published by user submission at vegweb."
Serving Size: 1 (226 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12
"This recipe was amazing! Had it for dinner with guests and everyone loved it! Can't believe a vegan dish tasted this good! And it wasn't heavy like most Italian dishes are. This is the first dish I've made for my new 2 week vegan diet (I have a lot of GI issues and was told to try cutting out meat and dairy) and after eating this dish I didn't suffer any symptoms which was great! Also, I only needed to use about 5 oz of spinach (half a bag) since 16 oz is way too much and there was no room for that much spinach. Also, the recipe said to use a whole box of lasagna noodles which is way too much. The recipe should specify how many noodles to use, so you can save lasagna noodles for next time. You only need to use 9 noodles FYI. :-)"
"Wow this was so yummy!! I used roughly 1 cup carrots, 1 cup mushrooms, 2 zucchini, and 1 yellow squash. I didn't use all 16 oz of fresh spinach either. I used baby spinach and probably used about 5 oz, just enough to layer in between the carrot mixture and the sauce. Also, there is no mention in the reciped about what to do with the tofu, so we just assumed you were supposed to process it in the food processor. It turned out to be incredible, especially the 2nd day! It is definitely going to be a regular on our menu! Thanks for posting :)"
"This was really good..I did not use lemon juice and I used zucchini instead of carrot. Loved the taste of the cream cheese.And,I had forgotten about the use of nutritional yeast until I found this recipe. My spinach didn't get quite done enough, but I probably used more than called for. I may saute it slightly next time before adding it in..Thanks for the great vegan or vegetarian recipe."
"Although mine did not look so pretty it tasted very good. I used Bob's 100% whole wheat noodles which i think take longer to cook cause they were kind of chewy and the top got burned, but it was still quite delish. The only thing i would change is to use less lemon juice as it had a mildly strong lemon taste."
"I also found this on vegweb. I've made it sooo many times and it's just delicious! I use chopped broccoli instead of the carrot. I am no longer vegan, but still prefer this to regular! And in reference to Chef #618456's review, it is very easy to find egg free noodles these days!"
"This is not Vegan as the pasta lasagna sheets contain EGG, which vegans do not eat, so it should be renamed as vegetarian lasagna so as not to cause confusion."
"Great!! For the comment regarding lasagna noodles having egg, I have 3 different kinds of lasagna noodles in my pantry and none of them contain egg.....
Also I like to use no-cook noodles to make things go even faster. I prefer Barilla no-cook noodles. Great for making lasagna in a jiffy!"