Tagged with lasagna

Spinach and Ricotta Lasagna Roll-ups

Spinach and Ricotta Lasagna Roll-ups

This is a vegetarian dish I was testing for my Meatless Meals class at Cool Beans Cafe. It turned out very good although I didn’t get my own picture of my finished dish due to the fact that I took it to a potluck dinner/meeting last night. Photo credit: LaCucinaCatering Ingredients 16 cooked and cooled … Continue reading

Crock Pot Lasagna…

Also known as slow cooker lasagna as crock pot is a registered trademark. I do have a Rival Crock pot so I guess I can use the word. 🙂 Crock Pot Lasagna 28 ounces of sauce- I used my roasted tomatoes to make a meat sauce (recipe follows) 1 box of lasagna noodles- uncooked and broken … Continue reading

Homemade lasagna

This is my Presto Pasta Night entry. If you are like me, you don’t measure or write down when notes when you impulsively come up with a new recipe or food idea. That means you will struggle to repeat the wonderful tasty dish again. I made homemade lasagna, meaning fresh pasta noodles from scratch & fresh … Continue reading

Saturday is the traditional sauce making day

  This is my grandma, my aunt, cousin and uncle making sauce and ravioli. Must be sometime in the 1960’s. At least it was in my family. And in reading other Italian cooking blogs and following some fellow bloggers on twitter and Facebook, I have learned many other families do the same thing. I loved … Continue reading

Homemade lasagna with fresh ricotta cheese

I purchased some fresh ricotta cheese today after reading all the pros of using fresh over the stuff in plastic tubs. So I am going to make the noodles, homemade, and some sauce and put together a lasagna this weekend. Stay tuned. Also I have a request from my Facebook fan page for Italian tapas, … Continue reading

Homemade lasagna and tortellini

Let me start off by saying any pasta making by hand or machine is a labor of love. It can be intensive but fun. It is the experience that memories are made of. It’s the tie that binds me to my ancestors, my father and grandparents. And now it is connecting me with my husband … Continue reading