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    yum! Need to go buy some ingredients. Thanks

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    Thanks for sharing the recipe. Sounds very good and can't wait to try it. Did you use a 26-oz. jar of spaghetti sauce?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iluvbaking View Post
    Thanks for sharing the recipe. Sounds very good and can't wait to try it. Did you use a 26-oz. jar of spaghetti sauce?
    Just looked at my jar of sauce, I used Traditional Prego, and it is 24 oz. And don't be tempted to use any additional liquid because it does not need it.

    Yesterday my sister-in-law called me to ask about crockpot size. I have the large oval, perfect for this recipe. She has a smaller round one and asked how she should workout the measurements for layering for her crockpot. I told her I had enough problems figuring out the math for my quilting projects and reminded her she was the one with the math degree and taught math for many years...
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    I made this wonderful lasagna Monday evening and we loved it! I was concerned about there being enough liquid to cook the noodles, but a 24-oz jar of Classico sauce was enough. An 8-oz package of shredded mozzarella was perfect. Ours was done in 2 1/2 hours and I may check at 2 hrs 15 minutes next time. Thanks again, Gerri!
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    I usually use ricotta cheese in my lasagne with herbs.... but am very tempted to try this.... so tempted.... I printed it out, thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thimble View Post
    I usually use ricotta cheese in my lasagne with herbs.... but am very tempted to try this.... so tempted.... I printed it out, thank you!
    I'm sure you could switch out with Ricotta. Will probably be a little more difficult to spread. Guess you could always use a few tablespoons of the sauce and mix it with the Ricotta which should make it a little easier to spread. I REALLY don't like cottage cheese but I was perfectly fine with it once the lasagna was done. In fact I am making it tonight for dinner. Has another 30 minutes to go and it smells delicious in the kitchen.
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    I will buy the ingredients and try it as posted...... definitely a more reasonably priced version than the one I make...... not tonight.... but soon.... thanks
    ps.... and I love cottage cheese so that is not a consideration

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    Another two thumbs up for this recipe. Made it tonight for dinner with a salad and some garlic bread. Yum!
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    I have a tip for the ricotta. Use a pastry bag. I used to make nachos for the kids and used a bag for the refried beans for that too.



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    Made this recipe with a change and it was very good. Instead if the cottage cheese I used a small container of ricotta cheese mixed with one egg, pinch of salt, pepper, parsley flakes, and a few tablespoons of Parmesan cheese. It spread well in the pot.
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