Lasagna Rollups

Lasagna Rollups created by Outta Here

My daughter makes these - they are great because you can make a batch and freeze, then take out 2 or 3 to bake when you want lasagna. We also make these for our local science fiction convention and they're gone as soon as they're put out. Hope you enjoy!

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1hr 15mins
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  • PREHEAT oven to 350°F
  • Boil Lasagna noodles.
  • Brown meat in skillet on medium-high heat; drain.
  • Add half of the sauce to the meat and stir.
  • In medium bowl mix egg, ricotta cheese, 1/4 cup of the Parmesan cheese and 1 cup of the mozzarella.
  • Spread each noodle with 2 heaping tablespoonfuls of the cheese mixture. Leave end of noodle almost dry.
  • Spread a layer of meat mixture over the cheese.
  • Roll up each noodle starting at one of the short ends (away from the dryer edge). As you roll them up, the some of the filling will spread to the dry end.
  • At this point you can freeze them. . . .or.
  • Place a small amount of sauce on the bottom of an 8-inch square baking dish. Place roll-ups seam side down. Pour remaining sauce mixture over noodles. Cover with foil and bake.
  • BAKE 45 minute or until hot and bubbly.
  • The last 15 minutes, take off the foil and sprinkle the remaining cheeses on top. Continue baking for the rest of the 45 minutes. so cheese melts.
  • From frozen:.
  • Either let thaw overnight in the refrigerator and bake as directed above, or you can bake straight from the freezer, just add another 15 - 20 minutes of cooking time (until heated through). If you're only doing 2 or 3, a loaf pan is great!
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"My daughter makes these - they are great because you can make a batch and freeze, then take out 2 or 3 to bake when you want lasagna. We also make these for our local science fiction convention and they're gone as soon as they're put out. Hope you enjoy!"
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  1. Coleenscakes
    Recipe was great there was not way to get them in an 8×8. Please correct
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  2. cvjw1230
    Definitely needed a bigger dish than 8 inches, I used my biggest 10-inch casserole dish. We also add a little sugar to the jarred pasta sauce to make it a bit sweeter. Great recipe!!!
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  3. swampcatcrafter
    "Roll up each noodle starting at one of the short ends (away from the dryer edge). As you roll them up, the some of the filling will spread to the dry end." I think you mean roll TOWARD the dry end.
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  4. pink cook
    This is an easy recipe for lasagna rolls. I also added two chopped garlic cloves and Italian spices to the meat for more flavor and cooked the lasagna noodles a little more to soften for easy roll up. Thanks for this recipe. Also tagged for THINK PINK RECIPE TAG EVENT - October 2011.
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  5. seal angel
    I have made this before. It is a lot of work!
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