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5/30/2005

Lasagna (Meatless)

Filed under: — Greg @ 1:13 pm

Ingredients:

6 oz of noodles (mafalda or bowties. you can use the big lasagna noodles if you want, but imo they are more of a hassle to make, eat, store, and reheat)

Sauce stuff:
Seasonings refer to dried ingredients. If you want you can translate them to fresh equivalents. Just alter the quantities as appropriate!

8 oz tomato sauce
6 oz tomato paste
1 tsp minced onion
1/8 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp salt
1/8 tsp pepper
1/8 tsp oregano

Cheeses:
4 oz mozarella, shredded
12 oz lowfat cottage cheese (apparently you can use ricotta but i never do)

Oven to 375
Boil noodles per box instructions

Sauce:
Combine onion, tomato stuff, spices. Heat and stir to blend flavors.

Stacking order starting from the bottom of the casserole going up:
1/3 of the sauce
1/2 of the noodles
1/2 of the mozarella
1/2 of the cottage cheese
1/3 of the sauce
rest of noodles
rest of cheeses
rest of sauce

Cover. 375 degrees for 25 minutes.
Excellent reheated.

This recipe was invented by my culinarily talented mom (Judy) and is reproduced here with her permission =)

3 responses to “Lasagna (Meatless)”

  1. Greg says:

    Someone(s) comment about mods to this please. I know some of you add spinach and other stuff!

  2. Lindsey says:

    I substituted eggplant for noodles. Take 1-2 eggplants, cut them into .5 inch slices, and grill. Next time I’m going to cut these up into quarters so they’re bite sized. Anyway, it worked okay for me.

  3. Matthew says:

    Adding spinach is easy, just take 8-10 oz. of frozen spinach (or more, if you like!), defrost it and drain the water. Make sure it’s nice and dry or you will end up with soupy lasagna. Put a layer of spinach in the middle after the first layer of mozarella cheese. You can experiment and put TWO layers if you are daring!

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