Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Week One

So , Its week one of my little experiment, and so far so good. I went shopping on Sunday instead of Saturday , and bought only what was on my list ( go me) .TM and I went kind of low key this week. I didn't come up with anything crazy this week , I went for warm , and easily reheat-able. TM suggested lasagna , sounded perfect. I also made "my" wings , cause they are SO easy.

The lasagna I made was my mom's recipe .. sorta and for the first time I used the noodles you didn't have to boil ( I had them in the pantry)

Mama Good Foods Lasagna



1lb ground beef
1lb sweet Italian sausage
2 boiling onions ( it was all I had)
2 cloves of garlic, crushed
24 oz ricotta
2 eggs
1lb mozzarella
1 package no boil noodles
2 cans of pastene tomato sauce ( its the only sauce I use)
1/4 cup sugar
2 teaspoon italian seasoning



I browned the ground beef, sausage, and onion together. Mix ricotta with 2 eggs , season with salt and pepper.
Add sugar, italian seasoning , and garlic to canned tomatoes.

In a 9x13 baking dish layer ingredients , this is really preference.

1st layer sauce , then pasta noodle
2nd layer meat
3rd layer pasta , then ricotta mixture
4th layer sauce and mozzarella
5th layer pasta, and meat , and more ricotta
top layer sauce , and remaining mozzarella cheese

bake at 375 for 30 minutes .

Lasagna on Foodista

4 comments:

Miss Hope said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I love a good recipe with three sometimes picky kids to please. The hubby will eat anything. (ha ha...that's the Navy Boys for you!)

I'll be adding you and coming by for visits!

TeaLady said...

This lasagna looks really good. I have a recipe where you don't boil the noodles first and it saves so much time.

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Maris said...

If that is the result of your experiment I would certainly consider it a success! Looks delish.