How to make it

  • Cheese Mix - Mix the first seven ingredients well in a bowl and seal it.
  • Fridgerate the cheese mix overnight.
  • Red Meat Sauce - Lightly brown the sausage and stew it the tomatoes/paste and season with Basil, Oregano, and Garlic to taste.
  • Slice the Mozzarella cheese in very thin slices
  • Boil the noodles with salt, cook well, then drain
  • Assemble in two layers into a baking/cassarole dish (noodles, cheese mix, mozzarella cheese, and red meat sauce)
  • Sprinkle a little Romano cheese on the very top of the pie
  • Bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes
  • Let it cool down for 10 minutes before cutting and serving (if not, the mozzarella will quickly melt again and make the serving a little stringy).

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  • shandy 10 years ago
    YUMMY! My family bsolutely loves lasagna and I am always looking for authentic Italain recipes. This sounds delicious. . .Thank you for sharing =D
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  • cherihannah 10 years ago
    We must be related. We make our lasagna almost the same way. The only difference is I use oregano instead of basil. I grew up on that more than basil.(I do like it)and I use a pinch of nutmeg. I do mix all my cheeses & refrigerate them most of time for hours. Then I start making the rest of lasagne usually make my own Pasta noodles.I also use Hot Ital. sausage & like to buy it loose or already ground with no casing.Lol
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  • asheats 10 years ago
    I love how you've mixed the cheeses and let them sit overnight. That is something I will definitly try the next time I make this dish, which is a household favorite for my boyfriend.
    Thanks for the awesome post.
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  • jenniferbyrdez 10 years ago
    Looks like the real deal. Nice. Pretty pup.
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