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Vegetable Lasagna

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Spinach is the star of this vegetable lasagna recipe. The veggie-based recipe makes one large lasagna (9 by 13 inches) or two smaller ones (8 by 8). For the perfect make-ahead meal, prepare two vegetable lasagnas; bake one now, and freeze the other for later.

Source: Everyday Food, May/June 2003
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For the perfect make-ahead meal, prepare two vegetable lasagnas; bake one now, and freeze the other for later.

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  • Summertimemoon
    13 DEC, 2013
    I love this recipe:-) I have made it many times for a variety of people including meat lovers & they have all enjoyed it! I'd like to try making it in the crock pot, any suggestions?
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  • MS112611261
    3 DEC, 2013
    : our family loves this recipe and we don't change a thing! It's the perfect meatless main and simple enough to throw together on a week night!
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  • neworleansbaker
    8 SEP, 2011
    I knew this was going to need a bit more flavor to make it better. I used sauce with mushrooms, peppers, and onion in it and added a bit more salt and pepper. I also used whole wheat noodles and topped the lasagna with fresh basil leaves for a little bit of character. It was overall pretty decent. I like that it's easy and doesn't call for a whole list of ingredients. This can definitely be a great weekday dinner, though I have had better. Still, I would make this again.
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  • optic747
    21 MAR, 2009
    I followed this recipe exactly and it was very good. I used the Barilla no-boil lasagna noodles and extra squeezed the moisture out of the thawed spinach -- had no problems.
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  • alexis0012
    6 MAR, 2009
    one more change, I used whole wheat noodles (cooked them pretty thoroughly beforehand) , and they were great! I'm usually not a huge fan of the whole wheat taste, but I use them anyway for the added fiber, but I have to say in this lasagna they worked perfectly.
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  • alexis0012
    6 MAR, 2009
    Looking at the recipe, it looked a bit bland, and after reading some fo the comments, I was sure it was going ot be bland. I did use a marinara sauce, adding dried basil, oregano, sage, cayenne, fresh tomatoes, garlic, and onion, I mixed in half a cup of fresh parmisian with the ricotta.. and this was the most delicious veggie lasagna I've ever had! An instant favorite!
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  • cscupcake
    25 FEB, 2009
    made this recipe for vday using marinara sauce. so simple and turned out great! the fontina adds just enough saltiness and the spinach is great for texture. topped w/ a little sriracha which made it extra delicious :)
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  • havenlightsmile
    18 JAN, 2009
    I did this recipe tonight using marinara sauce, added some fresh tomatoes and mushroom and it turned out great! I have quite a bit of extra time so I made sure the spinach is dry so I let them sit on the counter for about 15 mins after I brushed them off quickly with paper towel (yes I'm quite a bit of perfectionist too, long as I have time;-) I did the same thing with my tomatoes and mushrooms like I said only when you have the time, couldn't find fontina cheese so instead I use grated parmesan cheese lastly bake them at 400degrees for 30mins remove the foil and continue with baking until top is golden brown! delicious!
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  • havenlightsmile
    18 JAN, 2009
    I did this recipe tonight using marinara sauce, added some fresh tomatoes and mushroom and it turned out great! I have quite a bit of extra time so I made sure the spinach is dry so I let them sit on the counter for about 15 mins after I brushed them off quickly with paper towel (yes I'm quite a bit of perfectionist too, long as I have time;-) I did the same thing with my tomatoes and mushrooms like I said only when you have the time, couldn't find fontina cheese so instead I use grated parmesan cheese lastly bake them at 400degrees for 30mins remove the foil and continue with baking until top is golden brown! delicious!
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  • luvs2knit
    14 JAN, 2009
    This recipe calls for tomato sauce, when actually I think they meant homemade or store bought spaghetti/marinara sauce. If you use plain tomato sauce like the recipe calls for, then i'm sure it would be really bland. I'm making this tonight with store bought marinara sauce, and will definitely squeeze the spinach out completely dry so it doesn't turn out watery.
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