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- Ready In:
- 1 1⁄2 quarts spaghetti sauce (your favorite homemade or jar spaghetti sauce)
- 1⁄2 cup grated carrot
- 1⁄2 teaspoon oregano
- 6 cooked lasagna noodles
- 1 (16 ounce) container ricotta cheese
- 1 (16 ounce) package frozen chopped spinach, thawed and well drained
- 2 eggs
- 1 1⁄2 cups thinly sliced zucchini
- 1 cup sliced fresh mushrooms
- 3 cups shredded part-skim mozzarella cheese
- 1⁄2 cup grated parmesan cheese
- Mix carrots, oregano, and spaghetti sauce together.
- Mix Ricotta, spinach, and eggs together in separate bowl.
- Spread ½ cup spaghetti sauce in bottom of 9 x 13 inch baking dish.
- Layer 3 lasagna noodles, ½ remaining sauce, ½ Ricotta mixture, ½ sliced zucchini, ½ sliced mushrooms, ½ Mozzarella, and ½ Parmesan.
- Repeat layers with remaining ingredients.
- Bake in 350 degrees oven for about 45 minutes.
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Great, great recipe! I did tweak the recipe every so slightly... nothing major just a few small changes in the steps. I added 1 small onion; chopped and 1 garlic; minced added both of these to the mushrooms, that I then browned first (any excess liquid from the mushrooms I drained first before adding as a layer). Also I used fresh lasagna noodles that you find in the refrigerator section in the grocery store's deli. I must mention that I did not cook the noodles first as there is a lot of liquid from the zucchini and sauces. Thanks Millie for sharing:)
Another great recipe from Mille! I made this for a dinner I was catering and my client requested a vegetarian lasagna. I knew w/ a recipe from Mille I couldn't go wrong! It was great! I tripled the recipe and made one large hotel pan for the dinner and made 2 additional ones for my family to have in the freezer. They were all wonderful!
This is DELICIOUS. <br/><br/>I ended up tweeking it a bit, too. My mother's a mushroom-hater, so I switched them out for a block of frozen broccoli, and I added a dash of garlic to my sauce. I used Barrilla no-boil lasagna noodles and made the thing in a 7x9 dish. Same cook time, same temp. Absolutely perfect.
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This is a great tasting veggie lasagna. I used artichoke hearts in place of the mushrooms. My lasagna was a lot runnier than I like - not sure if it was a sauce issue, or liquid from the veggies. I did not precook the noodles, so I thought they would absorb the extra sauce, but it didn't. Still, it tasted great, I'll just modify for the extra liquid next time.
Totally Yummy!! I have been trying different vegetarian lasagna recipes, and this is the one I will keep. I use my own home made spaghetti sauce with mushrooms, but still add the mushrooms the receipe calls for. Love the spinach and ricotta blend! I have made it substituting (thawed) frozen broccoli for the zucchini. It tastes great this way too! Also, like others, did not cook the lasagna noodles for a firmer dish.
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