Skillet Lasagna

Skillet Lasagna

Date: May 1, 2013


Modifications: We only had one can of whole tomatoes by mistake, so I used half a can of crushed tomatoes in addition. I added frozen chopped spinach to the tomato/sausage mix. Didn’t have any basil.

Time to table: nearly an hour when all was said and done

Servings: 6 adults

Ben: Like

Erin: Love

Annie: Like

Luke: Love

Notes: I’m not sure why, but this took me a long time to make and was sort of annoying. No real reason other than my own ineptitude, like I accidentally put the tomatoes in before the noodles so it was hard to stir them in, then the tomatoes after I chopped them leaked all over the place. Stuff like that. I was skeptical that the noodles would cook, but yes, they did. I did like how adaptable this recipe was, you really could throw in any veggies you wanted, not use meat, whatever your preference. It’s far less fussy than normal lasagna as well and tastes just as good. A big hit with everyone.

Skillet Lasagna

We haven’t been posting as much lately because we’ve been using this blog for it’s intended purpose: going back and making our favorites again and again.

A few recent weekly meal plans:

White Bean Chicken Chili, Cassoulet from the freezer, Burrito Bowls, Chicken Biscuit Sandwiches

Mexican Stuffed Shells, Carrot and Broccoli Orzo, Stuffed Sweet Potatoes, Crockpot Burrito Soup

Salmon Pesto Pasta, French Toast, Skillet Lasagna, Fajitas

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