Or Skillet Lasagna. Same thing. This was perfect on a grey day. All I was missing was some crusty bread and butter. And maybe a dog…..or a fireplace….even a boyfriend…..I need someone to do the dishes, silly
Ingredients. I made a couple changes. I used Turkey sausage instead of regular. I have tried this before and it failed miserably, but in here, it worked. I also just used regular tomato sauce instead of diced tomatoes. I am not a huge fan of chunky tomatoes and I forgot to get them the three times I went to the store. I figured that was a sign and just used what I had on hand. The original recipe used cottage cheese, but I didn’t want my grandmother to come haunt me, so I stuck with the ricotta. One last thing – that onion? Yea, I didn’t use it. I cut it and the middle was ooky. I used a slightly bigger one
This was graat. Even with the mix up with the noodles, it worked perfectly. I also used a vidalia onion instead of yellow because that’s what I had. It didn’t seem to make much difference. Honestly, I couldn’t tell it was in there. I cut the parmesan cheese to only about 1/4 cup because I knew it would be WAY to much if I used a cup. I love parm, but it is just so strong. I didn’t want to overpower the whole dish. I get little tastes of it through out the bowl which is perfect for me. I can’t wait to try this with another type of noodle. I did like the lasagna sheets, but they were a but unruly to try and stir when they were still hard. Plus, it’s just not a noodle I have on hand very often (why do I keep spelling it noddle and firefox thinks this is an actual word??). I think it will work as long as you don’t use the tiny pasta shapes. Ziti would be good, but orzo would not work in my opinion.