How to make it

  • In a large bowl mix thawed and drained spinach, cottage cheese, 1 cup mozzerella, egg, garlic, and seasonings
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  • Spray cooking spray on the bottom of a 13x9x2 baking dish
  • Layer 1/2 cup sauce, a noodle layer, and 1/2 cheese mixture
  • Repeat layer
  • Top with remaining noodles then sauce and sprinkle with remaining cup of mozzarella. You can also sprinkle parmesan cheese on top.
  • Cover with foil and bake for approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes, or until lasagna is bubbly and brown on the edges
  • Let stand for 15 minutes before cutting and serving

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    " It was excellent "
    suzyq181 ate it and said...
    I’m accustomed to submitting lengthy and detailed reviews so here it is: I kept the recipe the same, save for not finding normal mozzarella; and so I used some sort of rice-cheese substitute (‘rice shreads’ to be exact). I also used pre-washed, pre-packaged baby spinach, cut into tiny pieces. I used three garlic, but they were huge and I also added an additional one or two to my meat sauce--I like to try to at least add a personal touch to my sauces (although there usually isn’t time for 100% homemade)—for that, I sautéed some ground beef, onion and garlic; added a can of whole san marzano tomatoes (not organic, and about $2 a can—I pureed it before adding), and a very little bit of organic tomato sauce (‘Italian Herb’). Also, I added one whole egg for the sake of omega 3s in addition to the egg whites called for. Ah, yes, and organic whole wheat pasta. And I always use coconut oil cooking spray. So, when I went to use my normal-sized casserole glass dish, the sauce was too thick to spread it around, so I decided to make a lasagna pie (I use my pie dish for everything except pie I think). there were 3 layers of noodles of 5 layers of sauce and cheese (I had to break the lasagna up into awkward pieces to make it fit well enough into the pie dish). I kept it in my small apt-sized gas oven for the length and temperature recommended. My husband just came home and we just ate the first pieces. BANGIN’, and DEFINITLEY recommend, with or without tweaking/organic stuff. Happy cooking/eating!!
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  • amanda3 9 years ago
    Wat about using fresh leafy spinach instead of frozen think work just the same
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  • mollyscookin 12 years ago
    Mmmmmmmm spinach- me too mark! My diet consists of spinach and garlic in just about everything!
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    " It was excellent "
    chihuahua ate it and said...
    This sounds MARVELOUS! Thank you for posting.
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    " It was excellent "
    mark555 ate it and said...
    I do like spinich. How did you guess? Very nice posting thank you.
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