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    No Boil Lasagna

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    Easy No Boil Lasagna

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    Meat Layer
    Brown a lb Italian Sausage and 1 to 2 lb hamburger.

    saute'
    1 chopped onion
    1 lb sliced mushrooms in a little olive oil
    3 cloves minced garlic
    saute' in a liberal splash of wine adds a nice touch.

    Cheese Layer
    1 lb Mozzarella cheese
    1 lb Ricotta cheese
    1 cup Parmesan cheese
    cup Romano Cheese
    2 eggs

    3 jars spaghetti sauce (Our current favorite is Newman’s Italian Sausage with green peppers)
    salt,pepper and italian seasonings to taste.

    1 package non cooked lasagna noodles (you may use less than the whole package if you want it a little lighter, or use all if you want it ‘heavier’).

    Layers

    Pour one jar sauce in the bottom of a pan. Put one cup water in the jar. Shake it up to get all the sauce remaining in the jar.
    layer of noodles (4 or 5 ) depending on how “heavy” you want it to be.
    layer of about half the cheese layer
    layer of noodles
    layer of half meat and mushroom mixture.
    pour another jar of sauce over the meat. Pour the cup of water and remaining sauce from first jar in second jar. Shake it up to mix in all the sauce.
    Layer of noodles
    Layer of cheese
    Layer of noodles
    Layer of meat
    Third jar of sauce Pour the cup of water from the second jar in this jar, shake it up and then pour it around the edges of the lasagna.
    Seal with foil and cook on a cookie sheet @ 350* for 1 hour and 15 minutes.
    Remove foil, put a nice layer of mozzarella cheese on top and sprinkle liberally with shredded parm. cheese, or I like to use the 5 cheese blend. and put back in oven to melt/brown. Usually 20 minutes to half an hour.
    Remove from oven and let stand at least 15 minutes before cutting while making garlic bread.



    The original recipe I got this from was a meatless recipe using spinach. I believe it was in one of the Diet for a Small Planet cookbooks. But we are meat lovers in my family. I often will still put spinach in it too. Just a box of frozen spinach thawed and well drained and chopped to small pieces then add to meat or replace meat layer if you want it vegetarian.
    Last edited by bullmama; 11-18-2013 at 04:26 PM.

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    Re: No Boil Lasagna

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    I made this again on Sunday.

    Bruce is raving that it's the best Lasagna he's ever had. Only thing I did differently from above is I made it in a new pan that was bigger and deeper. And since I had more room to do so, I increased the water to 1 1/2 cup and added 1 more jar of sauce on top (Ragu garlic and onion) First 3 jars were Newmans Pepper and Italian Sausage. Baked 1 1/2 hours covered, added cheese on top then 15 minutes uncovered. Let sit and rest about half an hour before we ate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LariP View Post
    I made this again on Sunday.

    Bruce is raving that it's the best Lasagna he's ever had. Only thing I did differently from above is I made it in a new pan that was bigger and deeper. And since I had more room to do so, I increased the water to 1 1/2 cup and added 1 more jar of sauce on top (Ragu garlic and onion) First 3 jars were Newmans Pepper and Italian Sausage. Baked 1 1/2 hours covered, added cheese on top then 15 minutes uncovered. Let sit and rest about half an hour before we ate.

    She is right, it is the BEST lasagna I have ever had. We had it again last night for dinner (two nights in a row) and if I wasn't sure she would bean me Id have it again tonight,,,, maybe I'll have some for lunch. It really is THAT good!!!!!! <3

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    LOVE lasagna! Maybe we will try this one out soon.

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    Made again today and updated to add some pictures.

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    OK...... Lets see if I can follow directions!! Going to make it for dinner tonight. Wish me luck.. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceP View Post
    OK...... Lets see if I can follow directions!! Going to make it for dinner tonight. Wish me luck.. LOL
    Sooo? Did you manage ok? I mean it isn't a cookie but aim sure you were able to master it alright.

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    Yeah.... it was OK.... had friends over to share it with and everyone seemed to like it.

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