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Using already-made pasta sauce makes this lasagna recipe a snap. Layer cooked spinach or mushrooms or diced, cooked chicken into the lasagna, too, if you like.
This recipe uses fresh pasta made by hand. You can either make your own or try using rice lasagna sheets, if you like.
This recipe easily serves more than four. Perfect for leftovers the next day, it's sure to become a family favorite.
For the best presentation, choose a mix of red, yellow, green or orange bell peppers.
Here's a great vegetarian lasagna, complete with bell peppers, baby spinach, and lots of melted cheese. Low-fat cottage cheese is the secret ingredient making this dish creamy and rich while keeping it good-for-you, too.
Two readers requested a gluten-free, dairy-free lasagna recipe. Surprising as it may seem, not all tomato, marinara or pasta sauces are gluten-free and some even contain dairy, so be sure to read the label carefully before making your selection. For those who cannot tolerate soy, this recipe can be made soy free by eliminating the tofu; simply increase the number of eggs to four.
Delicate and a little decadent, this white-sauce lasagna is a step above its more rustic red-sauce cousin. The tangy goat cheese sauce is lighter than an ordinary alfredo sauce, while the grana padano cheese adds a delicious, nutty flavor. Serve with a crisp endive salad with pears or apples and a light vinaigrette or try it with Mixed Greens with Blood Oranges and Shaved Pecorino Pepato.
Kids love this dish and thankfully it's easy to customize to their tastes. Start with the basic recipe then add cooked sausage, pepperoni or black olives, if you like. Little hands can spread the cheese or sauce, sprinkle the fillings or roll up the pasta.
Use this vegan ricotta as a substitute for the traditional dairy version when you make lasagna, pizza or stuffed shells and manicotti.
A deliciously different take on white lasagna, with little (or no) cheese and big on veggies, here's a healthy, hearty and satisfying meal-in-one.
Michelle misses and craves ravioli since being on a gluten-free diet. She has hesitated to try making her own fresh gluten-free pasta, as she finds some of the gluten-free flour mixes difficult to use. Our gluten-free ravioli takes a shortcut by using squares of rice pasta lasagna sheets and sandwiching a goat cheese and arugula filling in between for a meal sure to please everyone at the table.