[CnD] Sugar's Lasagna
sugarsyl71 at sbcglobal.net
Mon Apr 3 20:22:07 EDT 2017
My Daniel just loves all the beef in it!
2lbs of lean beef(4%)
2lbs of mozarela(saving a cup for topping)
1 16oz. Parmesan cheese(kraft in container)
1 1lg container(14 ounce-16 ounce ricotta cheese,(brand precious)
salt and pepper to taste
12 lasagna noodles(boiling 2-3 extras in case one breaks)
1 can black, pitted olives
1sm. green pepper
1sm. red pepper
1sm. red onion
garlic to taste
at times I use "hillshire" smoked Italian sausage)
salt for boiling water
1 med. bottle of "Prego" speghetti sauce
(I like to use the roasted garlic with mushrooms)
Pam( to spray cassarole dish
in a rolling boil of hot water, place noodles up to 12 minutes, or until
noodles are slightly soften
while noodles are boiling, heat and brown meat and sausage, and since I use
the 4% lean beef, no need to drain...
adding veggies, all chopped, continue to stir, then pour entire speghetti
sauce in, for a slow simmer(don't forget to season your beef with your
choice of spices)
preheat oven at 350 degrees for 15 minutes:
on a piece of foil, lay out noodles to cool, being careful not to burn your
now mix your cheeses, placing all cheeses in a bowl, and the egg, as the egg
plays like a glue
remember to save at least 1 cup of mozeralla for topping.
mix all together until a dough like substance, making sure egg has been
broken and spread through out mixture.
Add some pepper to cheese about half a tea spoon, or to taste
Now the fun begins!
1st layer: your meat sauce
repeat for 3 layers, being very generous with cheese, as you may have some
left over, if that happens, and you have a few noodles left, take all left
overs and roll up and place in oven for bit size stuffed noodles.
the same foil paper you used to place the noodles on, can be used to cover
bake for 35-45 minutes, or until all melted
remember your meat has already been browned...
last 15 minutes, remove foil and let sit for a few minutes more
removing out of the oven, to cool for about 10 minutes before sliceing.
A wise old owl lived in an oak
The more he saw the less he spoke
The less he spoke the more he heard.
Why can't we all be like that wise old bird?
- Edward Hersey Richards
-So True, Sugar
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