Ryan’s Lasagna. Cooking With Pastor Ryan: Delicious Mexican Lasagna. It's an extremely flexible dish, so you don't have to stick too closely to the exact recipe. Add or omit ingredients to your taste and make it all your own.
This dish is best served with garlic bread and a side of salad. My aunt Marti makes the best garlic bread. Break each lasagna noodle in half. You can have Ryan’s Lasagna using 5 ingredients and 11 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Ryan’s Lasagna
- You need 1 box of lasagna noodles.
- It’s 1 lb of hamburger.
- Prepare 16 oz of Prego meat flavored pasta sauce.
- Prepare 4 cups of pizza cheese.
- It’s 24 oz of cottage cheese.
Strain noodles when done and set noodles aside. Once beef is done, add pasta sauce to the pan. Enjoy a new twist on an old classic by replacing standard lasagna noodles with cheese-filled ravioli. If you're looking for a delicious recipe guaranteed to bring all the family together, look no further than Gennaro's classic Italian lasagne.
Ryan’s Lasagna step by step
- Fill pot with water. Bring to boil. Break each lasagna noodle in half. Place noodles in boiling water. Strain noodles when done and set noodles aside..
- Place sauce pan on stove. Turn burner to medium-high heat. Place beef in sauce pan. Once beef is done, add pasta sauce to the pan..
- Turn oven to 375 as you begin to layer your lasagna..
- Find a large dish and lay out the pasta side by side until the whole bottom of the dish is covered. Overlap the pasta slightly..
- Spread half of the meat and sauce over the pasta..
- Spread half of the cottage cheese over the meat sauce..
- Sprinkle one package of cheese (2 cups) over the cottage cheese..
- The first layer is now done. Begin to lay out the next layer of pasta. Do not use too much pasta. You will likely have extra pasta leftover..
- Repeat steps 5-7 using the remaining portions of your meat and sauce, cottage cheese, and pizza cheese..
- Place dish in the oven at 375 for at least 20 minutes. I like to take the lasagna out once the edges start to turn a little crispy..
- Remove the lasagna and let it cool off. Then, enjoy!.
Lasagne are a type of wide, flat pasta, possibly one of the oldest types of pasta. BUT – as Pastor Ryan said on PW's blog, this recipe can be adapted so easily. I lightly added seasoning salt to both the rice and meat AND I added a layer of sour cream mixture (from PW's sour cream enchiladas, using lowfat sour cream) and that seemed to do the trick! Even more lasagna-like now. i knock on your door, asking to borrow some eggs. i'm entirely covered in chicken feathers, wyd?? Menu for Ryan's provided by Allmenus.com.