I have dreamed of making a great lasagna. You know the real Italian kind that’s labor intensive and that has your heart in it from start to finish. And yes, this is that recipe! This is not a recipe that you can make at the spur of the moment. It will take a little over an hour to put it together and about an hour to bake it, but it is so worth it!
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This is an easy Gumbo. You can put it together in less than 30 minutes and let it simmer for 3o minutes. It is better the next day. The flavors have time to develop and the zucchini can thicken the gumbo. That’s right! The squash is a substitute for okra which is usually used in most gumbos. It is hard to find fresh okra in the winter so the zucchini is perfect. For me this soup ranks right up there with this and also with this. It has been a favorite for years while the other two are new kids on the block.
Pair this with cooked rice and crunchy buttered toast and you will satisfy any hunger.
Participating in a CSA for the last three years has been a great experience for me. I have always made visits to the local farmer’s market during the summer to enjoy the wonderful heirloom tomatoes or some fresh butter peas. I have also frozen my share of fresh corn and white acre peas to savor in the winter. But traveling to the farmer’s market now entails an hour or more depending on traffic just to get there. Continue reading
I love this recipe for the ease of it. You can make it the night before . Come home from work put it in the oven, make a salad and bread . Set your table and you are ready to entertain guests with no hassle. This is the way to go.
I found the recipe in a Pillsbury cookbook years ago and have since noticed that it now appears on the box of Mueller’s Lasagna. The one on the box uses more sauce and more eggs. I have made both and they are delicious!!
You are not going to believe that it is made with your favorite brand of premade sauce. That is the beauty of this recipe. Using Italian sausage gives it the flavor it needs. I use Johnsonville Hot Italian Sausage. I love the flavor. I cannot find it without the casing. I use kitchen shears to remove them before browning.