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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Easy No Boil Lasagna




My holiday vacation started yesterday. How fun as I am off work from December 20th till January 2nd. I was so giddy last night knowing I did not have to wake early, that at 2:00 A.M. I made no boil lasagna. Yes, I know I am a bit off, but it was so fun to cook while the kids and Aunt Linda slept. I mean, how often does a single mom have the house quiet and to herself?  Not often, so I totally took advantage of the opportunity. I was so busy at work the last month getting all our homeless families gifts, trees, decorations, that I feel very excited to have the time to just be. OK, so let me give you the easy breezy recipe for no boil lasagna.

Ingredients

  • Package Lasagna Noodles
  • Ragu Spaghetti Sauce - 2 Medium size bottles
  • Mozzarella Cheese- 4 cups
  • 2 packages Ricotta Cheese
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 Jar Parmesan Grated
Mix in one bowl the Mozzarella, Cheese, eggs, ricotta Cheese & Parmesan- Set aside

I use a glass or foil lasagna pan. Either works just fine.  Now, I want to let you know, I am a total foodie and really don't like putting amounts of ingredients.  I like to add  in a recipe what my intuition tells me to put in. Just use my amounts as a guide, as that is how great cooks roll.  Ha, get it, it's how I roll, or I have tiger blood, or Winning!!!  Sorry, I just got off on a little bunny trail. 


Start with around one cup of Ragu and spread it evenly in pan. Then add your four lasagna noodles. Then add another cup or so of Ragu. Then add in half of the mixture of cheeses and egg. Do it again.  
Cook Lasagna for one hour with foil. Take out and take off foil. Add a little more mixture on top and cook fifteen minutes or so. 


I serve with my own Garlic Cheese Bread on French Bread.  Pair it with some Pinot Grigio wine. 

5 comments:

  1. Sounds just about perfect...maybe added garlic? he he he everything is better with extra garlic.

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  2. Who doesn't love lasagna (and a quiet house!)? I hope you enjoy your break!

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  3. Jo
    I love garlic too. Hee Hee

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  4. Beth,
    Thanks for knowing how lovely quiet is... Thanks and I will enjoy.

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  5. Oh yum. I love full kitchen cooking sprees. Enjoy your vacation!

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