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From Statesboro Market2Go
<p>Lasagne made with organic heirloom potatoes in place of noodles. You can make it gluten free easily!</p> <p>This can be vegetarian if you like. We use fresh grassfed beef in ours. It does contain cheese, so probably wouldn’t work well as a vegan dish.</p>Source: I dreamed it up. (Entered by Connie Hayes)
Serves: Easily adapted to any number, but a basic recipe will serve 6-8.
Step by Step Instructions
- Slice potatoes and onions thin--using food processor or mandaline.
- Brown ground beef (omit this if making vegetarian).
- Add pasta sauce and heat until bubbly.
- Place all but 1 cup of pasta sauce in bowl with ricotta and mix thoroughly.
- Layer potatoes, onions, sauce mixture, and Italian cheeses alternately. (Use reserved 1 cup of plain sauce for final layer.) Top with Italian cheeses.
- Cover with foil and bake at 350 F. for 1 hour or until potatoes stick tender and dish is bubbly.
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