Ingredients Jump to Instructions ↓

  1. 32 oz 909g Tomato sauce

  2. 16 oz 454g Mozzarella cheese

  3. 1 lb 454g / 16oz Tomatoes - canned

  4. Less)

  5. 2 Onions - (or less) (medium)

  6. 16 oz 454g Other cheese

  7. 8 Garlic cloves

  8. Swiss - jack

  9. 8 oz 227g Black olives

  10. 1 Use less

  11. 8 oz 227g Green olives

  12. 12 oz 340g Spinach - (or less), drained

  13. 8 oz 227g Mushrooms -

  14. 2 lbs 908g / 32oz Lasagna noodles

  15. 1 lb 454g / 16oz Broccoli bunch (large)

  16. 2 Boxes

  17. 16 oz 454g Cottage cheese

Instructions Jump to Ingredients ↑

  1. SAUCE: Put tomatoes and tomato sauce in large pot over low heat. Press garlic, add. Chop onions, olives, mushrooms and broccoli, add. Add spices to taste. Simmer covered over low heat until the whole tomatoes have merged with the rest of the sauce and you can no longer tell where one begins and the other ends.

  2. CHEESE: Grate the cheeses and mix. Add eggs, parsley and spinach, mix well.

  3. BUILDING THE LASAGNA: In a lasagna pan, put in just enough sauce to cover the bottom of the pan. Make a layer of noodles. Using about half of the available cheese mixture, make a layer of cheese. Another layer of noodles. Cover the noodles with sauce, the important thing being to make sure all noodles have at least some sauce on them. Another layer of noodles. Use the rest of the cheese mixture and make a layer of cheese. Put down the last layer of noodles, then use the remaining amount of sauce, or as much as possible, and cover the noodles in sauce. Bake at 375 degrees F. for 45 minutes.

  4. NOTES:

  5. * Classic spinach lasagna -- This recipe was posted to usenet by , who got it from Sean Gilley ( I modified it slightly to my tastes (naturally). Yield: Serves 6-8.

  6. * The lasagna noodles are uncooked when you build the lasagna. Be stingy with the sauce, if you aren't, you'll end up short at the end where you need it most.

  7. * If you do things as specified here, you will end up with a lasagna layered as (s-n-c-n-s-n-c-n-s), (sauce, noodles, cheese, etc.) but some prefer the heretic's way: (c-n-s-c-n-s-c-n-s) : Difficulty: moderate. : Time: 2-3 hours. : Precision: Approximate measurement OK.

  8. : Original recipe by Sean Gilley, Mathematical Sciences, U of Kentucky : : Posted by S.Sridhar, Tektronix Inc., Portland, Oregon : : Submitted by Dave Van't Hof, VLSI Cad, MIPS Computer Systems, Inc., Sunnyvale, Calif, USA : : Research Laboratory, Palo Alto, California, USA : decwrl!reid -or- : Copyright (C) 1986 USENET Community Trust


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