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A simple garlicky tomato sauce and 3 Italian cheeses make this super-quick version of lasagna especially delicious.

Source: Everyday Food, September 2009
Total Time Prep Servings



Cook's Notes

Breaking the lasagna noodles into pieces allows you to arrange them easily and snugly in the skillet without large gaps between them.

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  • r-kat-54
    26 JUN, 2016
    this is a good fast dish to make, i also brown some hamburger and add it in to, i also add a lot more mozzarella, on ever layer, love mozzarella.
    • MS12206471
      29 APR, 2018
      The printed instructions call for a large egg yolk, but in the video, Lucinda uses the whole egg.
    • shimmeringheart
      26 MAR, 2018
      I am astonished that she never included certain necessary herbs like oregano and basil and put meat in the salad but none in the lasagna? Seems like it would be very bland no flava
  • karaokekid
    12 OCT, 2009
    What do you mean by No Boil Noodles?
    • aakapaisiiwa
      8 MAY, 2017
      you dont go grocery shopping much huh?
  • MS10154031
    6 DEC, 2016
    Some of you are mistaking the skillet for a sauté pan. A sauté pan does not have straight sides. She is using a large skillet with straight sides. It looks to be about 2 and a half to 3 inches deep and about 12 inches in diameter, which works perfectly with this recipe.
  • MS10412433
    31 JAN, 2016
    That is not a large, deep skillet, it's a saute pan. A 3qt, from the look of it.
  • aulait
    24 JUL, 2011
    Like the idea of "skillet" pasta dishes. Why put into Oven? Not rude, just over 100 degrees outside for past week. Will try a skillet lasagna on top of stove and get back if works or not. Thanks!
  • aek15
    18 OCT, 2010
    What size pan does this recipe require? It just says "a large deep skillet", but in the video she is using a saute pan. I cannot tell the size, but I think the pan size will make a difference in how the lasagna cooks.
  • benjaminmorehead
    29 JAN, 2010
    This was really easy to make and even better to eat. I added some fresh oregano to the sauce because I had some in the fridge.
  • bonnetta
    13 OCT, 2009
    You can buy the tomatoes in the can already crushed. This will save even more time.
  • jak526
    12 OCT, 2009
    they make lasagna noodles that are "no boil" - they cook w/ the sauce

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