Most lasagnas involve a big investment of time and a sink full of pots and pans, but not this one. It has all the pleasures of lasagna—layers of tender noodles, homemade meat sauce, deliciously gooey cheese—but can be whipped up in less than an hour using a single skillet.
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This was super easy and very tasty. I upped the garlic by double but otherwise followed the recipe. We are putting this into the taco, spaghetti, nachos, burgers level of weeknight rotations - something to go to that everyone loves and wants regularly.
Gave it a 4 because it really was easy. I made it exactly like the recipe using my Dutch oven. I'd make it in a larger pan next time. I wouldn't mind using cooked lasagne pasta as I think the no cook version is too sticky, starchy.Flavor is really pretty good, but I always use a little extra garlic and other spices. I think it would work with Trader Joe's canned marinara sauces, too.Easy and quick enough for a week night, I shared with my daughter in law. More like a casserole than lasagna, but good.
Had a hard time finding the no-boil noodles locally, so ended up boiling my noodles anyway. Not a problem - they still work. I think I was disappointed in how it sets up/ kind of a big mush when you are used to layered lasagna. However the flavor was good and it sets up much better the second day. Will definitely be worth another try.
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