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Lasagna

Postby Dreamgirl on Wed Jul 11, 2018 6:22 pm

I’m in the mood.

Are you a ricotta lasagna or no ricotta lasagna fan?

Generally I’m a fan of no ricotta but I just found this recipe that combines both ragu style and ricotta .

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/23600/worlds-best-lasagna/

Mmmmm ...

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Re: Lasagna

Postby Allureous on Wed Jul 11, 2018 7:04 pm

My Cheese Filling!!! Mix whole large tub of Ricotta with tub of Cottage Cheese, one egg Mix add parsley flakes for pizzaz , lol. Add mozzarella, parsesean, and what ever Cheese you enjoy! CHILL till lasagna noodles cool, start layering your lasagna, sauce,noodles,cheese filling, lasagna keep making layers till reach slightly to the top of the dish. Cover tin foil, place on baking sheet for spillage. Now I'm hungry, :drink:
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Re: Lasagna

Postby nervousnewbie on Wed Jul 11, 2018 7:23 pm

Huge fan of deep cheesy lasagna. Have a 35+ year old pfaltzgraff glass bread loaf pan that makes the best. Only enough for two or three though.

Usually just use hot or medium sausage for the meat and a local pasta sauce, but lots of ricotta, parmesan, romano, mozzarella, and provolone cheeses.

Now I want to make one.
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Re: Lasagna

Postby bfox on Wed Jul 11, 2018 7:50 pm

viewtopic.php?f=634&t=270677&p=1590167&hilit=Dago+lasagna#p1590167



I remember this post from a long time ago . Sure sounded good but I never made it .



Yeah I know it is politically incorrect but my Irish grandmother called it Dago Christmas and you don't argue with Irish grandmothers :P

2lbs of Ground Beef
2lbs of Hot Italian Sausage
1/4 pound of Bacon
50 pieces of pre sliced pepperoni

2lbs of Ricotta cheese
8oz shredded mozzarella cheese
8oz kraft parmesan cheese

20 Lasagna noodles
40oz spaghetti sauce
parsley
crushed red pepper
1/2 onion
1 clove of garlic
3oz of hot sauce


1.) Cook noodles duh!

2.) fry bacon till done(when finished slice into bits), brown hot sausage and beef together(chop into pieces no bigger than a quarter), slice pepperoni into fourths.

3.) mix all meat together in a large bowl. Chop onion and garlic into small pieces, mix in with meat.

4.) add hot sauce and crushed red pepper into meat bowl, along with 10oz of spaghetti sauce.

5.)now you have 4.5 lbs of meat and close to another pound of onion, garlic, hot sauce, crushed red pepper, and spaghetti sauce all in one bowl continue to mix well.

6.) mix 2lbs ricotta cheese, 6oz of parmesan cheese, 6oz of shredded mozzarella, and some parsley into another bowl until its all one big paste.

7.) layer as follows

top--
Parsley for color
2oz of mozzarella
2oz of parmesan
6oz sauce spread evenly
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----
cheese mixture
meat mixture
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----
cheese mixture
meat mixture
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----
cheese mixture
meat mixture
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----


yeah that is right 3 layers of meat and cheese :drink:

cover and bake for 30mins at 375
then uncover and bake for 30mins at 350

should serve 8 hearty appetites or one BSer
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Re: Lasagna

Postby Dreamgirl on Wed Jul 11, 2018 7:58 pm

bfox wrote:viewtopic.php?f=634&t=270677&p=1590167&hilit=Dago+lasagna#p1590167



I remember this post from a long time ago . Sure sounded good but I never made it .



Yeah I know it is politically incorrect but my Irish grandmother called it Dago Christmas and you don't argue with Irish grandmothers :P

2lbs of Ground Beef
2lbs of Hot Italian Sausage
1/4 pound of Bacon
50 pieces of pre sliced pepperoni

2lbs of Ricotta cheese
8oz shredded mozzarella cheese
8oz kraft parmesan cheese

20 Lasagna noodles
40oz spaghetti sauce
parsley
crushed red pepper
1/2 onion
1 clove of garlic
3oz of hot sauce


1.) Cook noodles duh!

2.) fry bacon till done(when finished slice into bits), brown hot sausage and beef together(chop into pieces no bigger than a quarter), slice pepperoni into fourths.

3.) mix all meat together in a large bowl. Chop onion and garlic into small pieces, mix in with meat.

4.) add hot sauce and crushed red pepper into meat bowl, along with 10oz of spaghetti sauce.

5.)now you have 4.5 lbs of meat and close to another pound of onion, garlic, hot sauce, crushed red pepper, and spaghetti sauce all in one bowl continue to mix well.

6.) mix 2lbs ricotta cheese, 6oz of parmesan cheese, 6oz of shredded mozzarella, and some parsley into another bowl until its all one big paste.

7.) layer as follows

top--
Parsley for color
2oz of mozzarella
2oz of parmesan
6oz sauce spread evenly
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----
cheese mixture
meat mixture
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----
cheese mixture
meat mixture
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----
cheese mixture
meat mixture
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----


yeah that is right 3 layers of meat and cheese :drink:

cover and bake for 30mins at 375
then uncover and bake for 30mins at 350

should serve 8 hearty appetites or one BSer


Pepperoni?

No. Sounds delicious but no. I will not put pepperoni in my from scratch lasagna :)



[quote="bfox"]viewtopic.php?f=634&t=270677&p=1590167&hilit=Dago+lasagna#p1590167



I remember this post from a long time ago . Sure sounded good but I never made it .



Yeah I know it is politically incorrect but my Irish grandmother called it Dago Christmas and you don't argue with Irish grandmothers :P

2lbs of Ground Beef
2lbs of Hot Italian Sausage
1/4 pound of Bacon
50 pieces of pre sliced pepperoni

2lbs of Ricotta cheese
8oz shredded mozzarella cheese
8oz kraft parmesan cheese

20 Lasagna noodles
40oz spaghetti sauce
parsley
crushed red pepper
1/2 onion
1 clove of garlic
3oz of hot sauce


1.) Cook noodles duh!

2.) fry bacon till done(when finished slice into bits), brown hot sausage and beef together(chop into pieces no bigger than a quarter), slice pepperoni into fourths.

3.) mix all meat together in a large bowl. Chop onion and garlic into small pieces, mix in with meat.

4.) add hot sauce and crushed red pepper into meat bowl, along with 10oz of spaghetti sauce.

5.)now you have 4.5 lbs of meat and close to another pound of onion, garlic, hot sauce, crushed red pepper, and spaghetti sauce all in one bowl continue to mix well
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Re: Lasagna

Postby chizzy on Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:03 pm

Dreamgirl wrote:
bfox wrote:viewtopic.php?f=634&t=270677&p=1590167&hilit=Dago+lasagna#p1590167



I remember this post from a long time ago . Sure sounded good but I never made it .



Yeah I know it is politically incorrect but my Irish grandmother called it Dago Christmas and you don't argue with Irish grandmothers :P

2lbs of Ground Beef
2lbs of Hot Italian Sausage
1/4 pound of Bacon
50 pieces of pre sliced pepperoni

2lbs of Ricotta cheese
8oz shredded mozzarella cheese
8oz kraft parmesan cheese

20 Lasagna noodles
40oz spaghetti sauce
parsley
crushed red pepper
1/2 onion
1 clove of garlic
3oz of hot sauce


1.) Cook noodles duh!

2.) fry bacon till done(when finished slice into bits), brown hot sausage and beef together(chop into pieces no bigger than a quarter), slice pepperoni into fourths.

3.) mix all meat together in a large bowl. Chop onion and garlic into small pieces, mix in with meat.

4.) add hot sauce and crushed red pepper into meat bowl, along with 10oz of spaghetti sauce.

5.)now you have 4.5 lbs of meat and close to another pound of onion, garlic, hot sauce, crushed red pepper, and spaghetti sauce all in one bowl continue to mix well.

6.) mix 2lbs ricotta cheese, 6oz of parmesan cheese, 6oz of shredded mozzarella, and some parsley into another bowl until its all one big paste.

7.) layer as follows

top--
Parsley for color
2oz of mozzarella
2oz of parmesan
6oz sauce spread evenly
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----
cheese mixture
meat mixture
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----
cheese mixture
meat mixture
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----
cheese mixture
meat mixture
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----


yeah that is right 3 layers of meat and cheese :drink:

cover and bake for 30mins at 375
then uncover and bake for 30mins at 350

should serve 8 hearty appetites or one BSer


Pepperoni?

No. Sounds delicious but no. I will not put pepperoni in my from scratch lasagna :)



bfox wrote:viewtopic.php?f=634&t=270677&p=1590167&hilit=Dago+lasagna#p1590167



I remember this post from a long time ago . Sure sounded good but I never made it .



Yeah I know it is politically incorrect but my Irish grandmother called it Dago Christmas and you don't argue with Irish grandmothers :P

2lbs of Ground Beef
2lbs of Hot Italian Sausage
1/4 pound of Bacon
50 pieces of pre sliced pepperoni

2lbs of Ricotta cheese
8oz shredded mozzarella cheese
8oz kraft parmesan cheese

20 Lasagna noodles
40oz spaghetti sauce
parsley
crushed red pepper
1/2 onion
1 clove of garlic
3oz of hot sauce


1.) Cook noodles duh!

2.) fry bacon till done(when finished slice into bits), brown hot sausage and beef together(chop into pieces no bigger than a quarter), slice pepperoni into fourths.

3.) mix all meat together in a large bowl. Chop onion and garlic into small pieces, mix in with meat.

4.) add hot sauce and crushed red pepper into meat bowl, along with 10oz of spaghetti sauce.

5.)now you have 4.5 lbs of meat and close to another pound of onion, garlic, hot sauce, crushed red pepper, and spaghetti sauce all in one bowl continue to mix well.

6.) mix 2lbs ricotta cheese, 6oz of parmesan cheese, 6oz of shredded mozzarella, and some parsley into another bowl until its all one big paste.

7.) layer as follows

top--
Parsley for color
2oz of mozzarella
2oz of parmesan
6oz sauce spread evenly
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----
cheese mixture
meat mixture
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----
cheese mixture
meat mixture
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----
cheese mixture
meat mixture
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----


yeah that is right 3 layers of meat and cheese :drink:

cover and bake for 30mins at 375
then uncover and bake for 30mins at 350

should serve 8 hearty appetites or one BSer


Pepperoni?

No. Sounds delicious but no. I will not put pepperoni in my from scratch lasagna :)



i agree, no pepperoni but lasagna that is really heavy with meat is a dream come true 8)
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Re: Lasagna

Postby Dreamgirl on Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:14 pm

bfox wrote:viewtopic.php?f=634&t=270677&p=1590167&hilit=Dago+lasagna#p1590167



I remember this post from a long time ago . Sure sounded good but I never made it .



Yeah I know it is politically incorrect but my Irish grandmother called it Dago Christmas and you don't argue with Irish grandmothers :P

2lbs of Ground Beef
2lbs of Hot Italian Sausage
1/4 pound of Bacon
50 pieces of pre sliced pepperoni

2lbs of Ricotta cheese
8oz shredded mozzarella cheese
8oz kraft parmesan cheese

20 Lasagna noodles
40oz spaghetti sauce
parsley
crushed red pepper
1/2 onion
1 clove of garlic
3oz of hot sauce


1.) Cook noodles duh!

2.) fry bacon till done(when finished slice into bits), brown hot sausage and beef together(chop into pieces no bigger than a quarter), slice pepperoni into fourths.

3.) mix all meat together in a large bowl. Chop onion and garlic into small pieces, mix in with meat.

4.) add hot sauce and crushed red pepper into meat bowl, along with 10oz of spaghetti sauce.

5.)now you have 4.5 lbs of meat and close to another pound of onion, garlic, hot sauce, crushed red pepper, and spaghetti sauce all in one bowl continue to mix well.

6.) mix 2lbs ricotta cheese, 6oz of parmesan cheese, 6oz of shredded mozzarella, and some parsley into another bowl until its all one big paste.

7.) layer as follows

top--
Parsley for color
2oz of mozzarella
2oz of parmesan
6oz sauce spread evenly
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----
cheese mixture
meat mixture
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----
cheese mixture
meat mixture
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----
cheese mixture
meat mixture
5 noodles overlapping
6oz sauce
-----


yeah that is right 3 layers of meat and cheese :drink:

cover and bake for 30mins at 375
then uncover and bake for 30mins at 350

should serve 8 hearty appetites or one BSer

I’m half Irish. So this kind of make sense actually. That woman crushed a pot roast and gravy with potatoes . She would have mangled a lasagna.

Luckly, I’m also half Italian:) that woman woke me up at 5 am to hand pinch ravioli and make homemade noodles .
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Re: Lasagna

Postby Sherman Klump on Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:24 pm

Y’all are making me hungry for lasagna! I have been literally watching what I eat and this would make an outstanding cheat meal for me!
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I will have plenty of leftovers! I can pack you a nice little lunch :)
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Postby benjam on Wed Jul 11, 2018 9:26 pm

It sounds delishious ........like you :ka :ka
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Postby jj9 on Wed Jul 11, 2018 9:32 pm

Had lasagna from Dellalo’s a couple of weeks ago. I think they are closed for vacation at the moment. I thought it was very good. Bravo is pretty good as well with a generous amount of ricotta filling. Unlikely I’ll be getting it homemade any time soon.

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Postby Dreamgirl on Wed Jul 11, 2018 9:44 pm

If you want to try an amazing lasagna sans ricotta for a change http://www.piccolo-forno.com/#rustic-italian-faire
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Re: Lasagna

Postby MrMan on Thu Jul 12, 2018 7:18 am

I use ricotta, but only one layer of it. The other layers are a mixture of Italian cheese's. Put the ricotta in a mixing bowl, add 1 egg, salt, pepper, parsley, 2 cloves crushed garlic, AND a few ounces of Marsala wine!
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Re: Lasagna

Postby milfman4u2 on Thu Jul 12, 2018 10:39 am

I usually never use a recipe! I'm 100% Italian! Just a little bit of this and a little more of that and it normally comes out great! :wink: Definitely got me hungry for some though! Especially if DG was making it in that cute little apron of hers! :twisted:
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Re: Lasagna

Postby jumpinjack on Thu Jul 12, 2018 12:30 pm

Dam I'm hungry for homemade lasagna , I haven't had homemade lasagna in public last 3 years... all those recipes sound real good, I guess I have to go somewhere tonight and have some lasagna just made me hungry
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Re: Lasagna

Postby sjomonty on Thu Jul 12, 2018 1:15 pm

I dont so much have a special recipe as I would encourage anyone here that is serious to make their own mozzarella cheese and then from the leftover material you made your own ricotta. Wintertime project!
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Re: Lasagna

Postby havingfuninthenude on Thu Jul 12, 2018 2:44 pm

Dreamgirl wrote:I’m in the mood.

Are you a ricotta lasagna or no ricotta lasagna fan?

Generally I’m a fan of no ricotta but I just found this recipe that combines both ragu style and ricotta .

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/23600/worlds-best-lasagna/

Mmmmm ...

Please share your recipes :)

That's pretty much all the stuff I put in my lasagna, except I leave out the ground beef and just use sausage. I add red peppers, spinach and a few ground carrots in place of the ground beef. It's a little healthier and the sausage still gives everything that meaty flavor -- deeeeee-lish!
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Re: Lasagna

Postby Lucidity on Fri Jul 13, 2018 6:34 am

I love ricotta in lasagna! And other stuff too. :D

It's one of the easiest cheeses to make-your-own. It just takes cream, whole milk, lemon juice and salt.

Sometimes I like to take yellow squash and zucchini ribbons to sub out the pasta.

I rarely use a recipe for lasagna; I use what ever strikes my mood that day. :drink:
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Re: Lasagna

Postby Ausse Salt on Sun Jul 15, 2018 1:41 am

... People from Ohio who surely got
Australian blood-lines named "Stouffer"
surely got a good homemade lasagna
- and it's ready from the oven in
less then a full hour!

And I also fancy Delallo's ravioli.

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