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Old 02-10-2013, 03:57 PM
 
Location: Islip,NY
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1-9oz box of barilla no boil lasagna noodles
1-10oz bag frozn chopped spinach, drained and thawed out
3 cups ricotta (I used part skim) Polly-o brand.
1/4 grated romano or parmesan
1 egg
1 Tsp Italian seasoning
2 tsp garlic powder
1 Jar Newman's own Alfredo sauce

Mix spinach, ricotta, egg, cheese, garlic powder and Italian seasoning together in a bowl. In the bottom of a baking dish add some of the alfredo sauce. Place 3 lasagna noodles in the pan and top each one with some of the spinach mixture, then add 3 more noodles and then some alfredo sauce, then spinach mixture. Repeat like you would make any lasagna. Lastly pour the remaining sauce on top and the sprinkle a little grated cheese. Baked covered with foil on 375 for 30 minutes, then uncovered on 350 for 15 more. I usually make my own alfredo or bechamel for this type of dish but I decided to to try the jar of Alfredo and Newman's own was very good.You may want to buy a second jar of sauce depending on how big your lasagna is. I was able to get away with one jar.
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:54 PM
 
Location: Northern Illinois
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Wow...that sounds easy and delicious. I made a vegetable lasagna a while back but yours does sound good. I have not tried Newman's sauces yet. I have been making my own garlic bread lately and made it with spaghetti and meat sauce just last night. I will try this one soon. And, I'm impressed with you - lived through a blizzard, shoveled tons of snow, AND made a great dinner for your family all in the same weekend. Makes me tired just to think about it!!
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Old 02-11-2013, 05:59 AM
 
Location: Islip,NY
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Wow...that sounds easy and delicious. I made a vegetable lasagna a while back but yours does sound good. I have not tried Newman's sauces yet. I have been making my own garlic bread lately and made it with spaghetti and meat sauce just last night. I will try this one soon. And, I'm impressed with you - lived through a blizzard, shoveled tons of snow, AND made a great dinner for your family all in the same weekend. Makes me tired just to think about it!!
Thanks and it's just me and my husband. I actually made the lasagna the day before the storm hit, all I had to do was re-heat it.
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Old 02-13-2013, 02:02 PM
 
Location: Southern New Hampshire
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This sounds really good! I am FAR from being a vegetarian, but I remember very fondly the spinach lasagna that we used to get for lunch sometimes at I-House when I was at Berkeley. Almost everyone really liked it, even the confirmed meat-eaters.

Your version doesn't sound too hard, either! I am going to try it!
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Old 02-14-2013, 07:48 AM
 
Location: Islip,NY
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Thanks, and if you don't want to use alfredo you can use marinara.
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