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Lasagna - won't be single long Recipe

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Barb Kimpe


1 box lasagna (boil) noodles use 12 boil and rinse
2-3 large links hot sausage
2-3 cloves diced garlic
28oz can petite diced tomatoes
2 cans tomato paste
2 t. dried basil or handful of chopped fresh
1 t. dried oregano, crushed
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
15 oz ricotta cheese
1 beaten egg
handful fresh copped parsley
pepper to taste
1 pound mozzarella cheese - tastes best with chunk cheese thinly sliced.

Boil and rinse noodles.
In large skillet: remove sausage casings and brown
IT. hot sausage 2-3 large links, add garlic and brown lightly. Add tomato, tomato paste, basil & oregano. Simmer about 15 minutes, if too thick add a little water. Mix in a bowl: Parmesan cheese, ricotta cheese, egg, parsley, and pepper.
use high sided 13x9 pan
spread 1/2 cup tomato mix in bottom
layer 2 noodles thick across pan
spread with ricotta mix
top with 1/2 sliced mozzarella cheese
top with 1/2 sauce
Cover loosely with foil bake @ 375 remove foil last 1/2 until heated through. Let stand 10 mins before cutting.
Serve with salad with black olives and feta cheese and garlic bread. YUM!

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about 30 min at 375
Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
family favorite with friend Cicco's itailian sauage.




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