Edible, but bland. Wouldn't make it again.
Could you add ground beef to this recipe to make it non-veggie, or would that mess up the consistency?
great recipe - lighten it up without much difference in taste by subbing 1/2 & 1/2 for heavy cream and part-skim mozz.
5 star recipe. I used 2 10 oz blocks of frozen broccoli and 24 oz of pasta sauce. It turned out great and was enjoyed by my family. I recommend it as an easy and faster alternative to make lasagna. We'll make this again for sure.
Quite right - and just over 1500 grams of salt!!
I have made this recipe multiple times. I LOVE it. I substitute the heavy cream for light though. So yummy!
Instead of broccoli I use frozen spinach (squeezed out the excess water) and added 4 cloves of chopped garlic to the mixture. Also, using the low-fat cheeses work fine (I don't use the cream) - I broiled it for the last few minutes, too. There is usually enough for two smaller lasagnas - it's a bigger recipe than it seems at first glance.
Overall, I thought the flavor of this was quite good, though it could stand perhaps a little less broccoli as it was quite overpowering. However, I followed the recipe exactly, and there's absolutely NO way it would have all fit in a standard 8x8 baking dish!
As with most things that aren't really good for you, this was delicious. I love the light crunch the broccoli added. It was super-easy to make, too. Tip for those who are scared off by the fat grams in this recipe, use a lower-fat mozzarella and a low-fat ricotta. I used low-fat mozzarella, and this was still an amazing dish.
So good, and really easy!
After looking at the nutritional information on this recipe, I WON'T be making it. Over 800 calories and 56 grams of fat, PER SERVING!! That's crazy!
I like the quick tip to layer the noodles in opposite directions
tried this recipe and came out very well. Thanks Real Simple
I made this last night and it was super simple and great! My kids didn't balk about eating broccoli!
This dish was a great option for hosting dinner with some vegetarian friends, but impressed even the meat-lovers of the group!
Loved this recipe. I used my own homemade tomato sauce and left out the heavy cream. Easy to make and delicious to eat.
It was super easy and quick but next time I make it I will not mix the heavy cream with the sauce. It took away from that rich tomato flavor I like in Italian food.
Very tasty and easy Sunday dinner. If you have some homemade sauce saved up in the freezer it would be a great addition to the recipe.
My girlfriend and I made this lasagna last night and it came out almost perfect. It was really easy and the ingredients extremely easy to come by. We also had a lot of fun making it. The one thing my girlfriend would have changed is to put a little less broccoli, it was a little overpowering. We'll definitely make this again. Its a great meal for a cold rainy night.