By crispychick on September 06, 2004
Photo by Hassypants
Photo by Hassypants
"This recipe derived from the need to use leftover grilled chicken when I was really in the mood for lasagna! The grill flavor really lent it a good flavor- so I suggest using leftover grilled or rotisserie chicken for this."
Serving Size: 1 (269 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"This lasagna was delicious! I used a red pepper since that was what I had and it added more color to the dish. I used frozen grilled chicken nuggets from Schwan's that I had on hand - I warmed them up first in microwave. The kitchen smelled fantastic while it was cooking and I was definitely pleased with the results. Easy to make and lower calories -- 2 thumbs up!"
"Very tasty! My family really enjoyed this. I didn't use the cayanne pepper because my two young girls don't like spicy food. I did add some italian seasoning to the chicken when I was browning it though."
"Wow!!! This recipe was awesome! I didnâ€™t have yellow peppers, so I used some green and red. It turned out fabulous. A friend of mine and her sister came over for dinner, and they couldnâ€™t stop eating it. Also, my ten year old son said that this dish is one of the best dinnerâ€™s Iâ€™ve ever made."
"I have made this recipe multiple times for company. It is excellent. Use whatever bell peppers are on sale...it doesn't really matter what color. Also, do adjust the amount of cayenne pepper if you don't like spiciness. We like it as is but we also like a bit of heat in our food."
"This was an excellent lasagna. I definitly loved the chicken for a change, thank you!"
"Delicious! I grilled the chicken as suggested & it really enhanced the flavour in this dish. This made a HUGE lasagna - I had to overlap the noodles to get 4 across in my pan. It fed the two of us for dinner one night, lunch the next & enough stashed in the freezer for another meal next week. It was an easy recipe, but quite time-consuming, as most lasagnas are."
"Excellent!! Took awhile to make but well n'worth the wait. Very tasty and you don't have to precook the noodles. "