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Florentine Lasagna Roll-Ups

January/February 1998

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (27 votes)

Think portion control with these individual lasagna roll-ups. Leftovers are great for lunch the next day.



READER'S COMMENT:
"HAVEN'T MADE IT YET, BUT JUST LOOKING AT THE RECIPE AND KNOWING HOW WELL EVERYTHING GOES TOGETHER IT WILL BE GREAT. CAN'T WAIT TO MAKE IT FOR MY WIFE. THANK YOU! LEE ITHACA, NY "
Florentine Lasagna Roll-Ups Recipe

5 Reviews for Florentine Lasagna Roll-Ups

04/17/2012
Anonymous

If you don't like the cream sauce, I would recommend using your own homemade or favorite store bought tomato (and/or meat) sauce. If you still want to use the cream sauce, try cooking the flour longer till it's a light brown color and try using evaporated milk and adding other spices (garlic/onion powder, pinch of nutmeg etc.)

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04/09/2012
Anonymous

This was Ehh. Sauce and filling were good, but just to delicate a flavor to pair up with a heavy duty whole wheat lasagna noodle. I would'nt recommend this recipe nor would I go through the bother or expense to make it again. (Although my 9 yr old daughter would say otherwise)

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04/09/2012
Anonymous

Awesome recipe,even if my mom speaks different .But I would eat it for lunch instead of dinner.

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01/07/2011
Bland, bland, bland

Unfortunately this is the first recipe from dozens I've tried from EW that has been disasterous. It was bland to the point of being inedible, and whilst we use salt judiciously in our kitchen, I'd say this dish was seriously lacking sufficient seasoning. However, even adequately salted, I was disappointed that the effort required to make this meal resulted in a dish I would never prepare again.

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10/14/2010
Anonymous

HAVEN'T MADE IT YET, BUT JUST LOOKING AT THE RECIPE AND KNOWING HOW WELL EVERYTHING GOES TOGETHER IT WILL BE GREAT. CAN'T WAIT TO MAKE IT FOR MY WIFE. THANK YOU!
LEE
ITHACA, NY

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