Servings: 6 to 8
Indulgently cheesy like a traditional lasagne but bursting with the autumnal flavors of squash and chard, this dish makes a satisfying Thanksgiving entrée.
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This is amazing. Lots of steps - but I actually broke it out over a few evenings. Roasted butternut squash one night, mashed and stored overnight. Made swiss chard and cheese, butternut squash mixtures the next night. Third night, I assembled and cooked. I even split into two pans and brought one to a friend.
Really good. It is a lot of work, as has been said. I didn't realize that the no boil lasagna noodles expand as had never used them before so make sure to look at the directions on the box to get an overview of how to use them.
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