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Lasagna Toss

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Lasagna Toss

  • Veg
  • 40 mins
  • Serves 8
  • Easy



A lasagna toss, as the name indicates, is actually lasagna (pasta) made by tossing ingredients into a pan and cooking.

It is a quick, easy, and scrumptious way to make lasagna when you are running out of time and works great as a weeknight dish.

After all, new and/or working moms and wives have to survive somehow and if you are one of them, lasagna toss is your undisputed savior.

While there is a wide variety of sidelines you can serve lasagna toss with, salad and garlic bread are the most popular sides. If you have already made up your mind to make lasagna toss, here’s how the delicious pasta dish is cooked!

Health Benefits

In spite of the fact that lasagna is nowhere near to being a healthy food, you can make it healthy by tweaking the ingredients. For example, in place of white noodles in the dish, which process quickly, causing glucose spikes upon eating – select whole-wheat noodles to help balance out your glucose levels. You can likewise substitute meat with chicken or vegetables.

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How to Make Lasagna Toss

  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F or 175 degrees.
  2. Slightly oil a baking dish (2.5 quarts).
  3. Take a large pot of lightly salted water and bring it to boil.
  4. In the pot, add pasta and cook for around 8 to 10 minutes or until tender. Then drain.
  5. Let the Italian sausage cook on medium heat, in a big skillet until browned or for about 8 to 10 minutes.
  6. Skim the fat from the meat, dispense the cooked pasta onto it and add spaghetti sauce to the skillet. Mix well and bring the ingredients to boil.
  7. Transfer half of the pasta-sausage mixture into the greased baking dish, add the cottage cheese in a uniform layer and then drizzle with half the mozzarella cheese.
  8. Pour down the remaining pasta mixture over the cheese and cover with the remaining mozzarella cheese.
  9. Cover up the dish and bake in the preheated oven for not less than 25 minutes, until the dish is hot and the cheese is fizzy.
  10. Let it stand for 5 minutes so that it settles down and then serve with the sidelines and sauces of your choice.


Many nations have argued for quite a long time about who invented the first ever lasagna recipe but as surprising as it may sound, Lasagna was not originated in Italy, but ancient Greece.

While Italy stresses they were in the first place, they should at least be credited for nailing the layers and layers of tastiness that is lasagna.

Analysts in Britain, in fact, found a cookbook with a lasagna recipe that goes back to the 1390's, emphasizing their claim to the initial lasagna recipe.

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