The Best Ways To Use Lasagna Sheets That Aren't Lasagna
Use a cooked noodle to line a muffin tin cup. Fill with ground beef, tomato sauce, ricotta, and seasoning, and top with shredded mozzarella, then bake at 350 F for 12 minutes.
Lasagna cups make great snacks, or you can turn them into a complete meal by serving garlic bread and Caesar salad on the side.
Roll-ups are fun to make and easy to customize with different fillings like spinach, tomato meat sauce, ricotta, and cooked ground beef, or a sweet dessert variation.
Place seam-side-down on a layer of marinara sauce, covering it with more sauce and finishing it with mozzarella. Bake at 350 F for 30 minutes until the cheese is melted and bubbly.
Cut al dente noodles into quarters, coat with olive oil, parmesan, pepper, garlic, and Italian seasoning, and air-fry them for 10 minutes.
Keep the lasagna theme with a meat sauce, ricotta, and mozzarella topping. They can also be paired with classic nacho dips like guacamole, salsa, and sour cream.
Cover the base and sides of an ovenproof dish with cooked pasta sheets on top of a layer of tomato sauce. Add ricotta mixed with egg and then a vegetable and herb layer.
Interweave pasta strips to create a lattice top and bake in the oven. At the end, broil it for a couple of minutes with cheese for a gloriously golden top.
Saute Italian sausage with onions in your Instant Pot, then add marinara sauce, chicken broth, and canned diced tomatoes. Break dried, no-boil lasagna sheets into the soup.
Add mozzarella and serve it with a spoonful of ricotta mixed with parmesan, Italian seasoning, and fresh basil. For a vegetarian version, use zucchini in place of meat.