Recipe by LISAMICH
"A colorful, tasty dish. Served with garlic bread, this vegetarian lasagne makes an excellent meal for guests."
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green bell pepper, chopped
red bell pepper, chopped
yellow bell pepper, chopped
salt and pepper to taste
1 1/2 tablespoons
shredded Cheddar cheese
freshly ground nutmeg
spinach lasagna noodles
This is the best vegetarian lasagna recipe I've tried. It takes a while to prepare but it's worth the trouble. I added carrots and mushrooms. I also recommend using fresh herbs and a little more cheese.
I was rather disappointed by this. I thought that if I loved all the vegetables that went in it, that it would be ok... However, I had trouble with the cheese sauce. I think if I were to do it again, I'd just use straight mozzerella and not bother with trying to make a sauce. I didn't have any tomato paste, and I used canned diced tomatoes, thinking it would even out. It ended up being very liquidy instead, and it made the noodles soggy. I ended up throwing away my portion and my husband thought it was so-so. I give it three stars only because it could have been better were it not for some error on my part. Would have been less disappointing if it didn't take so long to make, but that's the nature of lasgne!
Um, this is actually my recipe. (I've sinced married, hence the name change.) I just wanted to help the people who get a runny sauce. (I hate to think of people going to all this work and then not being able to enjoy the result!) Maybe you had very juicy tomatoes. I would, in that case, add even more tomato paste and simmer the sauce until it is a little on the thick side, but still has some liquid. Hope that helps. Oh, sorry for giving myself 5 stars, but in truth, I really love this recipe and make it often for company.
I had been searching for quite some time for a recipe like the one I used to use in the 70s. I was in high school and actually threw dinner parties for my friends and my specialty was lasagna - made from a fab recipe I got, I think, off the box of lasagna noodles. After trying several different recipes from this site, this is the WINNER. If it is not the exact same recipe I used 'back then,' it is very close. Very flavorful, cheesy and gets rave reviews every time. None of the other lasagna recipes I tried (and I tried several in advance of a big dinner party I was having) came even close -they were either bland or runny or both. This is the most like a lasagna you would get if you went to a good Italian restaurant.
great tasting lasagne...instead of 8 chopped tomatoes, i added a 28oz and 14oz can of diced tomatoes...it worked out nicely, thanks lisa!
This lasagne is a lot of work but it pays off in the end. It is super tasty and you create the ricotta cheese if you are wondering why it is not in the recipe. The flour and milk creates a rue and you add cheese and it curds.
Instead of putting it in the oven that day, I recommend putting it in the fridge and cooking it the next day. The result: my family of picky vegetarians said this was the tastiest lasagne they have ever eaten! The work definitely paid off.
Yummy, yummy! This was my first attempt at lasagne and it turned out perfect. I'd add a bit more cheese to the cheese sauce but nothing more. Loved it.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 258
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