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I`ve been wanting lasagna for the longest time and I finally got around to making a "lazy" version last week. I had some ricotta and mozzarella in the fridge that I wanted to use up in some way and since I didn`t want to make a big lasagna, I opted to make a quick version, known none else than Lazy Mans Lasagna. You make this by taking all the ingredients you would use to make your lasagna and mixing them together with pasta (not the normal lasagna pasta -- penne, ziti, etc.) and baking it that way.
I boiled up a pound of bow-tie pasta and removed half of it to make my lasagna, which turned out to be six servings of lasagna. I`ve frozen a few slices to have at another point in time but it was VERY yummy and it truly hit the spot where my lasagna craving was. I reserved some sauce on the side to ladle on top of my serving if wanted and the only thing I have done when eating was sprinkle some hot sauce on it to help give it a little heat.
So I put my 4 cups of cooked bowtie pasta into a pan, mixed in some drained frozen chopped spinach, some minced garlic, pepper and salt. When combined I added in my cheese mixture (fat free ricotta, fat free mozzarella, eggbeaters, pepper, salt, italian seasoning and 2 tablespoons of italian seasoned breadcrumbs). I mixed the cheese mixture together well, then incorporated it into my pasta and spinach mixture, adding some sauce to help the mixing process easier. I added 3 cups of sauce into the mixture, then topped when the remaining cheese I had in the bag. I baked it off in the oven for 25-30 minutes, then cut when it cooled just a bit and served.
Have you ever had lazy mans lasagna?
Do you like spinach in your lasagna?
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