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Lasagna with Slow-Roasted Tomato Sauce

May/June 2012

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Slow-roasting the tomatoes gives the tomato sauce for this lasagna recipe an intense depth of flavor—which is then enhanced by the umami in onions, Parmesan and spinach. The lasagna noodles are layered into the lasagna uncooked; the moisture from the fresh spinach cooks them perfectly as the lasagna bakes in the oven.


Lasagna with Slow-Roasted Tomato Sauce

8 Reviews for Lasagna with Slow-Roasted Tomato Sauce

06/14/2013
Delicious

This is a perfect lasagna recipe for those of us who have thought it was too fattening, meaty and unhealthy... or pedestrian. This combines a deeply flavored tomato sauce with fresh spinach (note: it takes TWO containers of fresh baby spinach) and cheese. You won't miss the meat for a minute, nor will the reduced cheeses interfere. A treat.

Healthy return to lasagna
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11/24/2012
Anonymous

I agree the slow-roasted tomato sauce was wonderful but 10 oz of baby spinach made the lasagna very watery and the spinach did not get cooked. I will not be making this dish again.

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04/29/2012
Absolutely Delicious

I love this dish!! It is not as heavy as traditional meat lasagna. It is so worth the time to roast the tomatos.

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