Share on ThriftyFunThis guide contains the following solutions. Have something to add? Please share your solution!
Lasagne 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:
I just use the noodles you dont have to cook works great
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 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.
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.
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.....