Four-Cheese Vegetable Lasagna

  • sweetnessgibers Posted: 02/06/09
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    I made this recipe for friends, and it was a huge hit! Two of my friends asked for the recipe & one is going to make it tonight for her friends. I added a yellow Mexican sweet pepper & it gave the dish a "hint" of sweetness everyone loved.

  • cammieh Posted: 01/30/11
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    Easy and tasty. Just have family and friends help with the chopping.

  • cyndeecooks Posted: 04/18/11
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    Not bad, but I think it needs a little seasonings.

  • MellyU Posted: 05/10/11
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    My family loved this! Especially noteworthy- my picky 3 year old gobbled it up and my 15 month old wanted seconds! Wonderful way to get lots of veggies into a meal too!

  • glowalk Posted: 06/07/13
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    I liked it. I added some ground beef for some extra meat. I recommend doubling the broccoli mixture as it could have used a bit more creaminess. I also used oven ready lasagna so I didn't have to cook the lasagna noodles. If you do this then you must add an extra layer of mozzarella cheese over the noodles.

  • TJsMom Posted: 09/18/13
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    The first time I made this it was quite bland. I added a couple of dashes of cayenne pepper and Italian seasoning. It also can use more broccoli as another reviewer stated as well as extra mozzarella cheese on top. With the modifications, it is quite good.

  • BeejeMA Posted: 10/20/13
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    What a nice twist on the traditional meat-and-red sauce-lasagna. I made a few changes but basically stuck to both the ingredients and preparation. Instead of broccoli, carrot and green onions I roasted zucchini, red bell pepper and mushrooms to layer with the noodles and sauce. I replaced the frozen spinach with a 5-oz bag of fresh baby spinach. I used same the same varieties of cheeses but in different amounts. Some people don't add herbs on their own then seem surprised that it lacks flavor. To me, if a recipe reads as bland, it's probably going to taste bland. So I added dried basil, oregano and marjoram to the sliced veggies before tossing them in olive oil and roasting, then freshly grated nutmeg to the sauce. Letting the finished product stand for 10 minutes (which was difficult - it looked/smelled so good) resulted in a firm slice with great texture and excellent flavors. Will be a 'meatless Monday' regular at our house - leftovers reheat well too!

  • SamJohnson Posted: 09/10/14
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    Maybe I did something wrong, but I did not enjoy this at all. It seemed flavorless to me.


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