Lasagna Two Times

Lasagna

Made with ground beef, lasagna noodles, egg, mozzarella cheese, ricotta cheese, Parmesan cheese, spaghetti sauce, fresh parsley, and water.

What exactly do you want me to say about this?  Is there something about the picture you’re just not getting?  It speaks loud and clear to me.

Can you imagine a bathtub being layered with this stuff?  If only there was a baking dish the size of a bathtub.  Man, I’d immerse myself and go to town—right in the dead center!  I mean, can you imagine being surrounded by all that good lovin’?

Then again, you have the problem of finding an oven that big.

Recipe for—Simply Lasagna

Lasagna

Made with ground turkey, no-boil lasagna noodles, olive oil, onion, minced garlic cloves, stewed tomatoes, tomato sauce, tomato paste, eggs, cottage cheese, Parmesan cheese, mozzarella cheese, cheddar cheese, fresh parsley, seasoning salt, and salt & pepper.

Now this was a different second lasagna recipe I tried.  This one had a few more ingredients in it than the first one above but was still just as lovely and simple to make.

I was reluctant to make any lasagna at first because I always thought there was so much work involved.  But once I started making it, there really wasn’t anything to it.  It was much simpler and quicker than I thought it’d be.  And if you have someone to help you, it can cut the time down even further.

Recipe for—Mama’s Lasagna

So, if you have nothing else to do today, find the largest bathtub-sized baking dish you can find and make a big fat lasagna.

Take-Away Life Lesson:  There’s nothing wrong with taking a little cheese bath.

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14 thoughts on “Lasagna Two Times

  1. Love lasagna – mostly because it provides such lovely leftovers for so many more meals! Serve with a salad and bread sticks the first time; cooked cabbage the second time; and steamed cauliflower, if there is a third time.

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