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Skillet Lasagna

I made this last night and it was still delicious!
I even used some of the cheese I had made.

It serves 5-6 people

10 lasagna noodles (1/5 16 oz pkg)
1.5 lbs ground beef (the lower in fat the better)
1 small onion minced
1 14-16 oz jar spaghetti sauce of your choice
1 lb containor ricotto cheese
1 egg
1/4 tea ea salt and pepper
1 4-6 oz pkg mozzerella
Parmesan (optional)


place noodles in a glass dish or pan, pour very hot tap water or boiling water over them and let them soak for 10 minutes.
In a 12" skillet broun ground beef and onions, drain, set 1/2 aside.
Reduce heat to low and simmer the rest of the meat. In a med bowl- combine ricotta cheese, egg, salt and pepper. Spoon 1/2 the ricotta mixture on top of the meat in the skillet, layer with 1/2 the noodles, 1/2 the sauce, 1/2 the mozzerella. Repeat layers, cook 5-10 min. serve with garlic bread, salad, and a nice merlot.
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Re: Skillet Lasagna

Sounds great.

My wife makes something very similar but without the hot water. She simply loads everything in the skillet and lets the juices from the sauce cook the pasta. Server with fresh dollops ricotta cheese. I believe she got the recipe from Cooking Light.
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Re: Skillet Lasagna

Now I'll have to give this a try.

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Re: Skillet Lasagna

And even better the next day for lunch!! Yum!
Really I had it for lunch today
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