Made from simple ingredients, this No Egg Lasagna recipe is a family favorite and weeknight staple at my house.
What are my favorite things about this No Egg Lasagna recipe?
Many traditional lasagna recipes require making multiple different mixtures (think sauce mixture, ricotta mixture, cheese mixture, etc.), which inevitably entails dirtying so many dishes. This easy lasagna recipe is streamlined, quick, and virtually no mess. It tastes just as good as classic lasagna and of course better than frozen lasagna.
Frequently Asked Questions about this No Egg Lasagna recipe:
Can you tell me how to reheat lasagna?
I prefer to reheat lasagna in the microwave, covered, on High in 30-second intervals.
How long is leftover lasagna good for?
For a meat and tomato sauce based lasagna, I recommend leftovers be discarded after 4 days.
How long can you freeze lasagna?
A homemade lasagna if well wrapped in heavy-duty aluminum foil or in an airtight container should keep up to 6 months in the freezer.
How long can lasagna sit out?
The rule of thumb for all perishable foods is to not allow them to sit out at room temperature for more than 4 hours total.
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