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Jewish Recipes --> Recipes --> Pasta

Lasagna with cream cheese
Recipe Ingredients:
  • 1 box Lasagna noodles
  • 1 carton Ricotta cheese
  • 2 packages frozen chopped spinach
  • 2-6ounce packages Mozzarella cheese
  • 1 large package cream cheese
  • 1 egg
  • salt, pepper, and garlic to taste
  • large can of meatless spaghetti sauce
Cook noodles according to directions on package.

Boil spinach and drain. Add cream cheese, ricotta cheese, salt, pepper, garlic and 1 egg.

Spread noodles in bottom of well greased pan. Spread 1/2 of spinach mixture on the noodles and cover with mozzarella. Pour over 1/2 spaghetti sauce. Repeat layering.

Bake covered at 375 degrees for 1 hour. Let set 10 minutes before serving.

Submitted by Mara

  Dairy  --  Cheese  -- Pasta

Cooking Tips:  

Lasagna, also lasagne, is both a form of pasta in sheets (often rippled in North America, though seldom so in Italy) and also a dish, sometimes named Lasagne al forno (meaning "Lasagne in the oven") made with alternate layers of pasta, cheese, and ragu (a meat sauce). While it is traditionally believed to have originated in Italy, evidence has come to light suggesting that a very similar meal known as "loseyns" (pronounced 'lasan') was eaten in the court of King Richard II in the 14th Century. The recipe was also featured in the first cookbook ever written in England. However, the claim is far from universally accepted, the Italian Embassy in London particularly speaking out against it for Italy.

 

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