World's Best Lasagna

John Chandler's original recipe can be found at

World's Best Lasagna!

(4.3, 114) 75% would make again

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Yield: 8 Servings Ready in 45 minutes

Cuisine: American   Main Ingredient: Pasta


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We loved it!!! A few minor adjustments with the salt.
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vanzdeez , 3 months ago

I tried the recipe as is, and these are my notes from making the recipe and thoughts from other reviews. 1. Some reviews state 60 Oz of ricotta. The recipe calls for 16 oz. This may be an error when planning. The recipe makes 8 servings, so if you type in more than 8 servings for planning, you will be making more than one plan. 2. This is extremely salty as written(1 Tablespoon of salt). I would start with half of that or even only 1 teaspoon next time, and season to preference of you family from there. 3. The recipe basically doubled the cheese and cut the meat in half from the original. We are cheese people too, so my family loved it. 4. Some people said it didn't make enough sauce. As written, mine had more than enough sauce. Their error may have been in that when cooking the sauce for an hour and a half, it states to cook it COVERED. If you cook it uncovered, it may evaporate so there's not enough sauce. Make sure to keep it covered.
tarakeehn , 4 months ago

So delicious! Way better than hamburger! I use cottage cheese because I find it cheaper and I usually make it a bit more saucy too
misspriss88 , 4 months ago

I love this lasagna and so does every one I have made this for. I just leave out the fennel in the sauce or if time I'm short on time I use prego and just brown the Italian sausage and mix it together.
sprousetabitha , 10 months ago

Excellent lasagna recipe. Full of flavor!!
JasonJamie , 1 years ago

So I made this tonight for the first time as a Valentine's Day dinner for my guy. It was super easy and looks delicious! Haven't ate it yet, the only thing is next time I would double the sauce recipe.... This way I could really pile it on, and freeze the rest for spaghetti later in the week. Thank you for sharing.
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