"A delicious lasagna recipe with a twist. Alfredo sauce is named after Roman restaurateur Alfredo di Lello who is credited with creating this dish in the 1920s." — MARBALET
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1 (10 ounce) package
frozen chopped spinach
thinly sliced green onion
part-skim ricotta cheese
grated Parmesan cheese
Alfredo-style pasta sauce
shredded mozzarella cheese
This was definitely a wonderful dish. I made a few changes with great results: I made 10 instead of 8, otherwise the spinach mixture would have been too much in each. I also added sauteed mushrooms (1/2 pkg) and 2 finely chopped chicken breasts. I poured roasted red pepper pasta sauce on the bottom of the pan and a little over each one before ladling on the alfredo. This way, it was a little lighter, the sauces complemented each other... and it all looked nice too. Try it, you'll like it!
This recipe all comes down to the sauce you use. Make sure it's very flavorful or else it will fall flat, like mine did.
This was excellent! I took some of the other reviewers' suggestions by adding chopped chicken that I had cooked with garlic and Italian seasoning and some mozzarella to the filling. And I stuffed mine in manacotti shells. I also added some shredded carrot to the filling for added color and nutrition. It was very good. Also great to prepare ahead of time and keep in the fridge or freezer until ready to bake.
I made this last weekend for supper for my husband and I. Weboth thought it was great! Not something that we would want each week, but it was SO GOOD for a change. Would be great for company. The only thing I learned was to use a paper towel to dry all the moisture off the noodles before trying to roll up as it makes it much easier. I also added chopped chicken, but the next time I will boil my chicken breast and shred it very fine and it will be much easier to not only roll up, but to eat!
Absolutely wonderful! Made for a pot luck and got great reviews. Used a plain homemade alfredo sauce for the base, then topped with a store bought Sun-Dried tomato alfredo sauce. Make sure you dry out the noodles before rolling, and use a spatula to spread the cheese mixture.
I got this recipe years ago from a family friend. I just cook the frozen spinach according to package directions, then mix with the ricotta-parm mixture and spread on the noodles. I use a jar of spaghetti sauce as the base, put the noodle rolls down, then cover with more spaghetti sauce. I make a thick mornay sauce to pour over the top, simmering butter, flour, milk, eggs, and (parmesan) cheese until it reaches the desired consistency. this cheese sauce is really the star of the recipe. I would imagine this is still good with bottled Alfredo, but I really like it with the two sauces, and nothing compares to that rich, creamy sauce on top!
This recipe looked just like it like it does in a restaurant. My guests were impressed. However, it needed a little more flavor. Next time I will add a lot of garlic and maybe some italian spices.
A great twist on traditional Lasagna. My husband who is very heartburn prone loved it because it contained no tomatoes.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Lasagna Alfredo Roll Ups
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 305
This hearty meatless lasagna is layered with cheese, fresh spinach, and sauce.
Chicken and cream cheese star in this deliciously unique lasagna.
Layers of flavors make this 5-star lasagna a hearty hit.