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Subject:  Re: Budget Help Date:  4/4/2014  12:16 AM
Author:  TMFHunzi Number:  308118 of 312858

No, actually. With lasagna, you just have to get it all assembled, and then freeze. You don't cook the 2nd lasagna, but just put it in the freezer after assembly.

Also, I make the sauce really soupy, and so then I don't have to cook the noodles first. You just use them straight out of the package. This does a couple of things. It's a lot faster to put together that way, and since I don't use all the noodles in the package for an entire lasagna, I save the extras, and use those the next time. That saves on wasted food and expense.

When the lasagna fixings go on sale, I make them, so that also keeps the costs down.

Apparently you and I have the same Italian Godmother. I make my lasagna the exact same way. Just made three pans this weekend and put 2 in the freezer.

Always ;-)
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