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    I adapted this from a few recipes I found around the web. This is a nice alternative to your typical lasagna.

    Recipe #463266

    I had a bunch of veggies that needed to be used up and I didn't feel like making the stir fry I had planned, so I put this together instead.

    Recipe #456230

    I think I learned how to make this at a Pampered Chef party. It's one of my favourite meals--served with a crisp salad. It's been a long time since I had a written version of the recipe so my measurements are just estimates... I just eyeball everything.

    Recipe #452880

    This is my basic lasagna recipe. You can add all kinds of thing to jazz it up, but I make this one for all the picky eaters in my life. It's also the recipe I use when I don't (or can't) have a lot of fresh ingredients on hand. A tip for layering your noodles: alternate the direction of the noodles in each layer. Do the first layer down the length of the pan, then do the next layer across the dish. You will need to trim the ones that go across the pan, but this will help keep the lasagna together when you serve it.

    Recipe #449242


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