Believe it or not, I have never made lasagna. I need a recipe! I sort of know what to do. But, this is getting complicated. I got the items I needed that I never keep:
cooked lasagna noodles so I don't have to boil them;
a jar of spaghetti sauce that was in the cabinet, right at the use-by date;
a bucket of ricotta cheese;
Slugmama remind me of an egg
Okay, ricotta and lasagna noodles are the newbies here.
Of course, my 9x13 inch pan is awol. I can only guess it is off cavorting with another lost kitchen item. The 8x8 inch beat up brownie pan and a glass pie plate will have to do.
One of the problems is, I will eat anything called lasagna. frozen lasagna, boil-in-bag lasagna, cheap lasagna.
Another problem is that all the recipes call for making sauce or boiling lasagna or adding basil or, just something I did not count on. Plus, the times and temperatures vary so much in each recipe, In order to fortify myself while I think about this, I made pimento and cheese and ate it all.
Have you ever seen Betty White's Off Their Rockers? It's hilarious. Plus, it just the distraction for me right now so that I don't have to go cook something strange that does not seem to have a recipe for me. Does anyone else have a recipe that calls for the ingredients I have on hand. I am going to make this in a bit, but if it does not work out, I want a simple recipe that calls for pre-boiled pasta, jar spaghetti, ricotta, mozzarella, and Parmesan. Temperatures and times vary in all the recipes. I feel like I am reinventing the wheel!
I love Italian food as long as it only has one meat in it, no hot spices, and something else that I forgot. My 15-minute nap wiped my memory clean.
And, I want brownies, too.
Back to Betty White's Off Their Rockers.
Do you like lasagna? Make lasagna? Like Off Their Rockers?