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Spinach Lasagna Rolls


This dish was extremely easy to make and was absolutely delicious. It’s way more than two can handle but it was actually made for a couples game night. So more like cooking for three groups of two. 

To begin with, you will need:

  • 9 lasagna noodles, cooked (I used 10)
  • 10 oz frozen chopped spinach, thawed and completely drained
  • 15 oz fat free ricotta cheese (I liked Polly-o)
  • 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • 1 egg
  • salt and fresh pepper
  • 32 oz tomato sauce
  • 9 tbsp (about 3 oz) part skim mozzarella cheese, shredded

Directions:

You begin by preheat oven to 350°

You begin by combining the spinach, ricotta, parmesan, egg, salt and pepper in a medium sized bowl. 

Pour about 1 cup sauce on the bottom of a 9 x 12 baking dish. 

Afterwards place a piece of wax paper on the counter and lay out lasagna noodles. Make sure the noodles are dry!

Take about 1/3 cup of ricotta mixture and slowly spread evenly over the length of the noodle. This was actually my favorite part. 

Then roll the noodle carefully and place seam side down onto the baking dish.

Repeat with remaining noodles. 

Pour sauce over the noodles in the baking dish and top each one with roughly 1 tbsp mozzarella cheese. You can put more if you would like. I’m a big cheese fan so I did. 

Put foil over baking dish and then finally you bake for 40 minutes, or until cheese melts! 

It typically makes 9 rolls but I was able to make 10. 


To serve,

you can pour a little sauce on the plate and top with the lasagna roll. A side of garlic bread always compliments the dish. 


I made this dish last Sunday for a couples night and everyone was happy with their stuffed bellies. It was affordable and delicious, which counts if you’re on a budget. Hope you guys enjoy this recipe!


Happy Cooking!

A client brought us homemade lasagna & garlic bread for lunch...

The bad news:

  1. It’s lasagna which equals so many points and a small portion will not be worth it or filling.
  2. Garlic bread….see above about points. LoL

The good news:

  1. I forgot she was bringing in lunch so I have my packed lunch.
  2. I am not even hungry yet, so I don’t need to worry about craving lasagna right now.

Just did the dishes and cleaned up around the kitchen. Still have a couple of hours before I need to start dinner. I’m making chicken alfredo lasagna tonight :)

So right now I’m just sitting here, listening to music, and looking for a new knitting project to start. I’m beyond bored of everything that I’m working on, so I want something big and pretty to make.

What’s everyone else doing?

Things I’m Currently in Love With

I was tagged by question-conjecture Thank you so much! You are truly awesome. I know you’ve tagged me in another tag and I haven’t forgotten to do that one too. Sorry for the wait! :) 

One Song: It was just released after waiting for so long for a new single and album Fairly Local - Twenty one Pilots   Please do listen to them. They are pretty much lyrical geniuses in my mind. 

Two Movies: I haven’t seen many movies lately, so I’m going to pick my favorite and one I have recently seen. Clueless and Music and Lyrics 

Three Shows: Doctor Who, Agents of Shield, and Sleepy Hollow 

Four People: Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman, Clark Gregg, and Chloe Bennett aka my main ships 

Five Foods: Pizza, Macaroni and Cheese, Lasagna, Enchiladas, and Plantains( I needed something sweet here and it’s a fruit, so win win.) 

I tag: lastcenturykindagirl hazel7510 evilqueenkatycatemily antiquelaceartist animeandfilmotaku inspieos 

going to olive garden with kristen and her bf 

so im excited bc olive garden 

but also i dont wanna be a third wheel lol

not gonna lie they are like pda central 

like i don’t mind every once and a while but damn lol i don’t need this 

but salad and breadsticks and lasagna so i’ll live 

Composting - What am I doing wrong?

I hope you seasoned veterans can help me. I started composting around July of last year. My first batch (during the warm weather) came out well. It was only half-way done, but I needed something extra to put into my lasagna beds, so it did the job.

Over the winter and fall I have been adding leaves, food scraps, coffee grounds, etc. (you know, the usual stuff) to a 55g black trashcan with holes drilled into the bottom. I think It has gone anaerobic. Since the weather has warmed up I began turning it and it did not smell very good. Admittedly it is more food scraps than browns, but I feel the walls of the trash can are to blame as well. I don’t expect it to break down super quick, I just don’t want slimy stinky compost. So I bundled up some chicken wire and layered it with leaves and straw. Hopefully it will help.

My problem is - I started composting because I was sick of tossing food scraps into a landfill. Obviously this benefits my garden as well. I know vermicompost would be better for the scraps, but I just don’t have the room to start one of those.

Any input would help, thanks.
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I cooked some lasagna

That shit is hard to make. You need so many ingredients then you gotta let it cook for hours depending on the recipe. Should be good though. I’m probably gonna watch Stephen King’s Silver Bullet and eat some while having a drink.

Also I got a paid internship that starts March 30th. No big deal. >.>

I’m so hungry omg. but the lasagna needs to cook for another 15 minutes. I made these big ol mushrooms stuffed with garlic n butter n cheese, too, and theyre gonna be sooooo good. I’m dying. why does food take time