mamaleh03/22/12




So easy, my 5 year old can make it. So yummy, everyone asks for the recipe!
Do NOT use the 'no-boil' lasagna noodles- they are unnecessary and will taste horrible!
For the cheese- a thinner shred will work better- we like the Haollam Mozzerella & cheddar blend






  • SERVING/YIELD
    6 large


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  • LEVEL

    Easy



  • BLESSING
    Mezonos


  • RECIPE
    #57837















  • ShaindyN











INGREDIENTS













  • 1 (1 lb) box lasagna noodles (uncooked)










  • 1 (1 lb) container cottage cheese (whipped is best)










  • 1 (28 oz) jar marinara (slightly bigger or smaller is also fine)










  • 1 (8 oz) bag shredded cheese










  • 1 (8 oz) can tomato sauce (optional)










  1. Pour a little marinara (or tomato sauce, if using) onto the bottom of a 9x13 pan (I line it with non-stick foil)



  2. Add one layer of 3 lasagna noodles



  3. Whisk together cottage cheese, remaining marinara, tomato sauce & half of the cheese and a little water (I usually put about 1/2 - 1 cup into the marinara bottle to get out the rest of the sauce)



  4. Add a layer of sauce mixture on top of the noodles



  5. Continue to layer noodles & sauce, ending with sauce. You should end up with about 5 sets of layers.



  6. Sprinkle top with remaining shredded cheese



  7. Cover pan tightly



  8. Bake at 350F for 1- 1 1/2 hours



  9. Let stand covered for 15 minutes before serving.















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Delicious, with some modification

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4.0
Reviewed by ShaindyN
July 16, 2012
 

I modified this recipe, by mixing the entire sauce/tomato sauce and whipped cream cheese. In between each layer I added a bit of the mixture and sprinkled shredded cheese. I did the same on the top layer...was soo yummy!!!

 
 
 
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