That one Lasagna recipe I was gonna post…

There has been a little voice nagging me from deep within the twists of my grey matter, going “You saiiiid you’d post a lasaaaaagna reciiiiipe.”  Oh yeah.  Right. Um.  Actually, I’m not going to post that one.  I’ll post a lasagna recipe, yes, but not the one my G’ma uses.  Whyyyyy?  But, but…it’s so “delishus,” as Ramona Q would say! Well, because, it uses stuff I don’t really buy (like cottage cheese–kinda spendy; and Tim doesn’t like black olives–sad thing).  Plus, my mom shared with me an easier, just as yummy recipe for lasagna, even though *gasp* it doesn’t use tomatoe sauce.** I suppose occasionally I’ll go back to the Grandma recipe; but, for now, we like this, and I REALLY like how it cuts out some steps.

Easy Lasagna

*Brown a lb. or so of hamburger (lately I get turkey burger because I’m wary of the frozen hamburger’s quality).

You can add onions and garlic if you want.

*After that’s thoroughly cooked, add 1 can of cream of mushroom soup.  I guess cream of celery or cream of chicken would work fine, too.  

*Swish 1/4 c. milk around in the can to get any remaining soup out, and mix everything up. 

*Put enough of the meat sauce to cover the bottom of a lasagna pan (maybe 1/3), then spread uncooked lasagna noodles on top (so the edges just overlap).

*Spoon 1/3 of meat sauce on top of the noodles, layer 1/3 c. mozzarella cheese, add another layer of noodles, and repeat, ending with the last of the cheese.


Bake at 350 degrees 45 minutes-1 hr, covering with foil if necessary to keep the cheese from burning. Let set 10 minutes to cool and firm before serving.

It’s Mmmmazing. Enjoy!

 **These days I use a can of tomatoe sauce with it, as well.  




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