13 Reviews

I never boil my noodles I just layer noodles, meat sauce, cheeses, then back to noodles until you reach the top then I put a little sauce and cheese on the top cover and bake and noodles bake in sauce and come out tender. I only boiled noodles once and burned my fingers so I tried this way and it works great:)

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fairytale_cakes January 12, 2013

So delicious...We loved the addition of the pizza sauce...I cut this way back and of course wished I hadn't...because the leftovers are wonderful...Thanks for posting it...=)

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teresas February 14, 2013

This was really good! I cooked the whole package of noodles, so had lots left over so made 4 layers of noodles. I put some sauce on the bottom of pan, then added the first layer of noodles (which differed from the instructions). I also used 1 lb ground beef and one pound of italian sausage. I also browned the meat with onion and half a bell pepper, but I usually do that when I brown ground beef. This was awesome! My family definately said its a keeper! I only used about half the cheese as instructed to top it with though. This definately is a great recipe for lasagna. Will make again! Thank you so much for sharing it!

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Dissie December 12, 2009

This was my first time cooking lasagna and it was a hit (especially with the men in the house, lol). I found that 2lbs of ground turkey made the lasagna a bit meaty, but the flavors of the cheeses, herbs and spices blended together wonderfully. I only slightly altered this recipe by using 48 oz of spaghetti sauce. It was delicious and my family is already asking me when I'm going to make it again! :)

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tissan.howard August 05, 2008

Might. Have been good but all I could taste was the ricotta cheese and that's with me adding minced garlic, onion, tomatoes and provolone cheese . Going to try again sometime but use half the ricotta cheese!

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kiwigirl85 October 18, 2012

It truly is an ultimate no-fail lasagna. My family and co-workers loved it.

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mixedveggies June 19, 2010

My 3 enjoyed this very very much! I only used 1 lb lean ground beef and a tiny bit less sauce, due to what I had on hand. It didn't sit nice and pretty on a plate when served, but my folks really like that it was saucy. There is still enough for leftovers tomorrow. Thanks! Definitely a keeper!

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SmoochTheCook November 10, 2008

Great recipe, and you're right, it was "no-fail". I made it exactly as posted and it was perfect. I was skeptical that we'd get 8-10 servings out of it because our kids are pretty big pasta eaters, but the 5 of us had our fill and there's still half left for the freezer! Thanks for the recipe!

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394mm493 January 16, 2007

Yum!! Very easy to put together. My boyfriend and I both enjoyed it, and I'm sure it will make great leftovers! Make sure you put a baking dish underneath your casserole dish because this bubbles over a bit.

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HoserLauren December 16, 2006
Ultimate No-Fail Lasagna