Do you have a good lasagna recipe?

I have the ground beef, the mild italian sausage, lasagna noodles, ricotta cheese, shredded mozarella, garlic, onions and tomatoes and I just need to know how to throw it all together, lol. Every recipe I find has other items or isn't italian lasagna. Can anyone help me out?


Asked by micrespo at 12:06 PM on Jan. 16, 2009 in Food & Drink

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  • i love lasagna and ii have a great recipe.
    Cook Chopped onions and garlic with a lil bit of olive oil then add ground beef and italian sausage. drain fat, add tomato sauce,
    then layer some sauce in pan add lasagna noocles ricotta,mozzarella,and so on,Hope it comes out good,you can also add some italian herbs to give it more flavor. :-)

    Answer by DiandraBryant07 at 12:49 PM on Jan. 16, 2009

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  • there is a no boil recipe on the box of noodles - it turns out really good and is very easy! I think I know what we're having for dinner now....yummy!

    Answer by the3jsandme at 12:47 PM on Jan. 16, 2009

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  • Thank you ladies...both sound good but I will probably take the easy way out, lmao.

    Answer by micrespo at 1:00 PM on Jan. 16, 2009

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  • I don't have a recipe so much as a method. Are you using a pre-made sauce? Winter tomatoes aren't that good for sauce but if you're making it, hopefully you found some decent ones :) Sauce is pretty simple, really: tomatoes, garlic & onions, basil. Simmered long and slow. If you have canned tomatoes, all the better since they're already peeled. Brown the beef & pork and add to the sauce. Put a layer of sauce in the bottom of your lasagna pan.

    I combine the ricotta with parmesan, mozz, garlic powder, parsley, salt & white pepper, & an egg or two (depending on how much I'm making, 1 egg per cup of ricotta). I buy the no-cook lasagna noodles, but if you have traditional ones, just par-cook them (not all the way or they'll be falling apart soft when it's done).


    Answer by jespeach at 1:12 PM on Jan. 16, 2009

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