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Lasagna Recipe

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1 lb lean beef
1/2 onion
1 jar Bertoli spagetti sauce w/tomato and basil
1 regular size Hunts Fire roasted tomatoes, diced
1/2 jar Hunts regular tomato sauce
1 large Ricotta cheese - whole milk
2 eggs
No-bake Lasagna noodles
Bag Parm cheese
Bag mozzarella cheese -whole milk
2 small handfuls of sugar
lots of oregano and basil

Saute onions in olive oil. Add meat and brown - do not drain fat. Add lots of basil and oregano. Add Bertoli sauce, fire roasted tomatoes and 1/2 jar of Hunts regular tomato sauce. Cook down. Add 2 small handfuls of sugar (more or less depending on your taste).
Mix ricotta and 2 eggs. Add lots of oregano and basil. 2 handfuls of parm cheese - mix well. Divide in half for the 2 layers.
To build:
Put meat sauce on bottom of pan - not too much. Just to where it covered. Add no bake noodles on top. Add layer of ricotta mixture. sprinkle mozzarella cheese on top. Add another layer of meat sauce, not too thick. Add no bake noodles. Add the remaining ricotta mixture. Add another layer of mozz cheese. Add sauce to that, then i add one more layer of noodles. Use the remaining meat sauce. Cover with foil and bake 50 minutes at 375 (or whatever directions the noodle box tells you) Remove foil and cover with mozz and parm cheese and bake another 10 minutes.




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