Roasted Vegetable Lasagna

Craving carbs and needing a good meal to reheat for later in the week, I decided on Veggie Lasagna. It’s perfect fridge food, cold or reheated. I made it on Monday and it’ll be good til Saturday when I leave for Spring Break in Florida.

First, I chopped some zucchini, squash, and broccoli, dressed them up in some olive oil and S&P and put them in the oven at 350 for about 12 minutes.

In a medium bowl, I got 80z of ricotta cheese mingling with salt, italian seasoning (dried oregano, basil and thyme) and a bit of garlic powder until it tasted good. I also added a splash of milk to make it go further… don’t tell nobody.

I laid the base of my pan with tomato sauce and then began layering the no-boil pasta. Next came a layer of ricotta and then the roasted veggies.

Another layer of sauce and then the no-boil pasta, after I smushed the vegetables into the mortar of the ricotta. Again, ricotta, veggies, sauce, pasta. Then final layer of sauce and mozzarella along with more of that italian seasoning.

Into a 350 degree oven it went. As it cooked for 35 minutes, I started my garlic bread. I used a baquette, cut in half length-wise, and drizzled it with olive oil. When it came out of the oven after about 8 minutes, I rubbed a cut clove of garlic on the insides.

I love golden and crunchy mozzarella. 35 minutes was just right for my oven, but keep an eye on it cause it will vary. The no-boil pasta also came out just perfectly al dente.

Enjoyed it with a big glass of red and you’re set!

One Response to “Roasted Vegetable Lasagna”
  1. abbyrex2323 says:

    Looks great. My husband and I don’t eat much pasteurized dairy or white flour. So I would make this and substitute almond cheese, I would also use brown rice pasta instead. The picture made my mouth water.

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