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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Mom's Texas Delight
I have made this type of recipe before but used pistachio pudding, which is a big hit. I tried this tonight and it was good but next time I will add another box of coconut cream pudding and a cup of milk to the third step. The cool whip and crust outweighed the flavor of the coconut pudding. This would be a great recipe to bring to grad party's or family gatherings because it goes a long way. BUT....add that extra box of pudding and cup of milk!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 9, 2013
World's Best Lasagna
I took the advise from others and only added a teaspoon of salt, used 1 lb of ground beef instead of 3/4, only used 9 noodles and did it in 3 layers instead of 2. I also used one pound of mozzarella instead of 3/4 so I could put more on final top layer. I would recomend using fresh parmesan cheese (not the stuff in the can). I read that a lot of people had a lot of leftover sauce, just add way more to the layers. There was a comment on how to save time by putting the noodles in hot water for 30 minutes without boiling, but what I found out from doing that is the noodles do not "plump" up enough to reach the end of the pan and therefore you do not get the rest of the ingredients on the noodles. I also added about a cup of cottage cheese to the ricotta mixture and also omited the salt in there, not sure if it mattered but this recipe is a keeper for sure. Also, I dont like mine really crispy on the top so I covered it for 40 minutes and then uncovered it for 10 minutes.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 19, 2012

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