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Recipe :: Lasagna Rolls (The Carnivores vs The Vegan)

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Well Hello! I haven’t done a recipe in a few weeks, but never fear, I’m back! This time, with a recipe for EVERYONE! Late last week my new roommates and I went on a quest to try something new for dinner, something satiable, and edible by all dietary restrictions. And this is what we ended up with: Lasagna Rolls, a vegan and non-vegan version!
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Begin by boiling water and cooking your noodles; while they come to a boil begin to prep your mix. Combine your spinach, cheeses, egg, and salt and pepper to taste in a mixing bowl. Heat up/cook your protein and add that in as well!20130426-091716.jpgOnce your pasta is done, drain and rinse; then lay out either wax paper or saran wrap on the counter or work space and lay a few pieces at a time. Add about 2tbsp of filling to each piece of pasta, in a THIN layer, and roll from one end to the other. While you roll you can begin to preheat your oven to 400 degrees.20130426-091736.jpg20130426-091756.jpgAdd your lasagna rolls to a non stick pan, then lather on the tomato sauce, making sure every bit is covered so the pasta does not dry out. For an extra cheesy effect, add a layer of shredded cheese to the top!
Cook at 400 degrees for 30 minutes and you’re done! Healthy, delicious, and less mess than normal lasagna!
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Recipe Monday: Enchilada Lasagna

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Mexican meets Italian in this vegetarian, hybrid, all inclusive meal. WHAT? SO GOOD.And filling. And Spicy. AND DELICIOUS.

Here’s what you’ll need:
Rice
1 can of black beans
Red salsa
Salsa verde
5 tortilla wraps
1 packet crumbled “meat”
Cheese! (Daiya shredded or veggie slices for us veg’s, regular shredded for the rest of you!)
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First, pre-heat your oven to 425 degrees farenheit, then begin cooking your rice and crumble. Once the rice is done, add the beans and mix evenly.
Take a round pan, add a layer of salsas, a tortilla, followed by a layer of rice and beans, and a layer of cheese. After another tortilla add your meat filling, sauce, another tortilla, more rice/beans/cheese, tortilla…et cetera. This part is so much fun when viewed on VineApp, are you using it yet!? It creates mini .movs/GIFs for iPhone only! I use my Vine for videos of my cat, food, and styling outfit of the day’s. If you use Vine, follow me username: Sahra Starr
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Once you add your last layer, bake until crispy brown and melted cheesy. Take out, cut, and serve! This was a decently quick, and exceptionally delicious dinner for all!
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Recipe Monday: Lazy Man’s Lasagna

A great characteristic to have in life is adaptability. In this week’s recipe, we created our own lasagna!

Ingredients you will need:

1 egg

Parmesian cheese

Ricotta cheese

Any type of pasta you prefer

Pasta sauce

Asiago cheese

Parsely/oregano/salt/ other spices you prefer

 

Begin by cooking the pasta. While that is cooking, mix your ricotta with 1 egg and the spices and parsley. Once the pasta is thoroughly cooked you can begin your layering for the lasagna.

In a large casserole pan, begin with a layer of sauce, followed by a layer of pasta, a layer of ricotta spread, a layer of sauce. REPEAT. Repeat until to the top of the pan or until you’ve utilized all of your supply. My family and I went a little overboard and had to make an extra bit in a bread pan.

Top with the asiago cheese, then bake at 350 degrees for an hour or so, until the top is golden brown.

Let cool and enjoy, especially with some Texas Toast or garlic bread!

 

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