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No-Boil Cheesy Lasagna (Vegetarian) With Optional Meat Sauce

No-Boil Cheesy Lasagna (Vegetarian) With Optional Meat Sauce created by Jubes

Adapted the Martha Gooch package of regular lasagna. My sister says lasagna packaged as "no-boil" is a scam! :lol: I make the meat sauce by frying up 1/2 - 1 pound of meat (usually gound turkey), pouring a 26 oz can of pasta sauce in it, and heating it through.

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  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Combine ricotta, parmesan, and eggs and mix well.
  • In a 9x13 dish, spread about 1/3 of the sauce. (About 1 cup.).
  • Layer with half each of the uncooked lasagna noodles, ricotta mixture, remaining pasta sauce, and mozarella.
  • Repeat layering.
  • Cover tightly with alumninum foil and bake covered for 45 minutes.
  • Uncover and bake an additional 15 minutes.
  • Let stand 10 minutes before serving.
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"Adapted the Martha Gooch package of regular lasagna. My sister says lasagna packaged as "no-boil" is a scam! :lol: I make the meat sauce by frying up 1/2 - 1 pound of meat (usually gound turkey), pouring a 26 oz can of pasta sauce in it, and heating it through."
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  1. Jubes
    No-Boil Cheesy Lasagna (Vegetarian) With Optional Meat Sauce Created by Jubes
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  2. Jubes
    No-Boil Cheesy Lasagna (Vegetarian) With Optional Meat Sauce Created by Jubes
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  3. Jubes
    *Reviewed for Aussie NZ Recipe Swap for July 08* Loved it. I made the meat sauce using chicken mince (ground chicken) and added in a diced onion and some garlic with the chicken. Then added chopped fresh basil to the sauce. I used gluten-free no-boil lasagne sheets and otherwise made according to the recipe. I didn't have any problems with the noodles not being cooked thoroughly- in fact they were perfect. The cheese mixture was a quick alternative to actually making cheese/bechamel sauce. Photo also being posted
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  4. ellie_
    This was okay but a bit dried lasagna than we like. I added about 1/2 can of tomatoes on top to cover the noodles, but the noodles were still a bit crunchy when we ate the lasagna. Thanks for sharing though.
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  5. Colorado Cook 123
    This is a good recipe. The one I use is from R-F lasagna box and another one I've used is from a woman's magazine of years ago. It added about 1 c. water and here in CO I've found that works the best. I never made lasagna before I found these recipes. Adding most of the mozzarella to the ricotta mix works good too leaving some for the top.
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