Slow-Cooker Sauce: Pour two cans of Hunts spaghetti sauce into crockpot/slow cooker Add Garlic, Onion Powder, Basil, and Oregano Put slow-cooker on low and let sauce cook for about 4 hours In last hour add browned italian sausage to sauce
Regular Sauce: Mix sauce and spices in pot on stove on medium-high heat for about 15 minutes Brown italian sausage, then add to sauce
Bring large pot of water to rolling boil, then add lasagna noodles one at a time Let noodles boil for about 10-15 minutes Strain noodles and rinse under cold water until they don't burn fingers when touched
Put a thin layer of sauce in bottom of glass lasagna pan Layer 3 noodles, spread approx. 1/2 cup sauce over noodles, put total of 9 Tbsp Ricotta cheese on each layer, top each layer with mozzarella cheese, sparing more cheese for final layer Cover with aluminum foil, and bake in 400 degree oven for 20 minutes Uncover lasagna and continue baking for another 10 minutes Remove lasagna from oven and let sit for 10 minutes before serving Best with a green vegetable and garlic bread!
Incredible! I felt so proud to have made a lasagna that was not in a box and tasted amazing! Family loved it as well choosing to eat leftovers for dinner the next night. I used the honey idea mainly because I did not have the corn syrup.
My first time making lasagna, even my picky husband luved it. Added ground turkey and ketchup to it. Will make it again next week, there were hardly any leftovers:(!!!! Thank you for sharing, hopefully you have more to share:)
This was my first lasagna ever and it was SO easy and delicious!! I let the sauce simmer in the crock pot as instructed (used 2 cloves garlic instead) and it was just incredible. I would use a little more ricotta. Tried the 9 tbsp idea and ended up short on the last layer. Otherwise fantastic!!
Made for celebration dinner at work. Cut down on the ricotta and used low mozzarella. Otherwise followed recipe for one pan. Added diced bell pepper and 1/4 onion to the top layer of the second one. Both were well received and I am planning to make it again for the next family gathering.
Great recipe!! Made this last night and substituted ground turkey for italian sausage. I also used 15 oz cans of sauce and it turned out amazing! I will definitely be making again, very easy too!
We just finished eating this lasagna and man was it good! I told my husband it was healthy too and he said it tasted as good as any regular lasagna he has had. He is the cook of the house so coming from him, that is saying a lot! I added a little more garlic but other than that, no changes!
Delicious! Made it for dinner last night w/2 pounds of Italian sausage and part skim ricotta which bumped up calories per piece to 314. Will definitely make this again. My family LOVED it. Also used 2 -26 oz cans of Hunts zesty spicy sauce. Highly recommend.
I used no boiling required Barilla lasagne which cut down on the time. It turned out fantastic and everyone loved it! I did not know what size of hunt cans to buy so I brought 26 ounce cans and it turned out great and so easy to make!Thanks for the fantastic recipe! Maurine6
family LOVED it, I used ground Chicken "mild italian sausage" from the grocery store (wonderful!), I also added FF cottage cheese with an egg white instead of the Ricotta to save calories/fat. this will be made again!