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No Boil Lasagna Noodles




Using no boil lasagna noodles saves time in this time-consuming yet yummy meal. I like Barilla but try other brands you may like better.

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  • I always used the regular Lasagna. No-boil were more expensive. I just cooked till it bubbled and let it stand after taking from the oven Nice squares that way. I made it when my boys were home. DH and i never have it any more pan is too big and freezing is OK but takes up space. Pat - by NORASPAT
    I find that if you let the Lasagna sit for about 30 minute before baking It does the sme thing as above. - by ELFJONES
  • STORMY724
    I never heard of no-boil noodles, but I've made lasagna for years by layering dry lasagna noodles in a baking dish with other ingredients and baking it 5-10 minutes longer than suggested. It absorbs the liquid from the sauce and actually makes for a square of lasagna that is less messy---not much sauce dripping out.

    But now I will look for the no-boil kind since they seem to be made especially for that purpose. I am wondering if they have whole wheat lasagna noodles now. I haven't made lasagna since I started watching my calories. - by STORMY724

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