Making Lasagne Noodles Ahead of Time

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December 29, 2016

Making Lasagne Noodles Ahead of TimeLasagne is delicious, but takes time to make. I cook my filling and noodles the day before and assemble and cook the lasagne the day I serve it. Here is how I store the noodles:



  1. Cook noodles about a minute less than the package directions. Drain. I have an insert in my 8-quart pot that makes it easy.
  2. A pot of lasagne noodles, cooked and drained.
  3. When noodles are drained, place one noodle at the short edge of a piece of waxed paper. I save the cereal box liners and they work very well.
  4. Rolling cooked noodles in wax paper.
  5. Roll the waxed paper to cover the noodle. Place the next noodle on top. Continue this process until you reach the other end. Use as many sheets of waxed paper as needed.
  6. Rolling noodles in wax paper.
    Rolling noodles in wax paper.
  7. Store all the waxed paper packages in a plastic bag in the refrigerator until you are ready to assemble the lasagne.
  8. Cooked and wrapped noodles ready for storage.

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January 2, 20170 found this helpful

I just use the noodles you dont have to cook works great

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January 3, 20170 found this helpful

Thanks for sharing your tip. I'm sure a lot of people use precooked noodles for lasagne. Personally, I don't precook my noodles. When I was a young adult, my cookbook had a recipe for lasagna using uncooked noodles. It works great and I have never tried anything different. I think it works because I heat the sauce instead of using it cold, to start softening the noodles.


I just layer the warm sauce, noodles and cheeses until I get to the top, finishing with a layer of sauce. The covered noodles cook during baking and everything turns out great. I have done this in my crockpot as well.

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January 3, 20170 found this helpful

I have tried the no-boil noodles and my family noticed the difference. I have used the regular uncooked noodles to make crockpot lasagne and that was a success.

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January 5, 20190 found this helpful

Same here.... I've tried the no-boil noodles, and they were noticably different.. I didn't like them... and won't be using them again..


I mean.. how hard is it to fill a pot and boil them?? fill pot with water, wait til boiling, throw noodles in.....

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