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Sausage, Mushroom & Spinach Lasagna

April/May 2005, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

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This cheesy lasagna is full of spicy Italian turkey sausage, whole-wheat noodles, mushrooms and spinach. A serving of this version has about one-third the fat and saturated fat, and only half the calories of the original. Use soy-based sausage for a hearty vegetarian variation.



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"This lasagna is really great. Nice to change it up from regular lasagna once in a while. Sidenote: I thought it would be good to use this dried mushroom blend (porcinis, portobellos, morels, etc.) and I followed all the directions -...
Sausage, Mushroom & Spinach Lasagna Recipe

26 Reviews for Sausage, Mushroom & Spinach Lasagna

02/07/2010
Anonymous

This was great. I used Dreamfield's lasagna. We had a friend for dinner who cannot tolerate spicy food, so I used sweet turkey sausage instead of spicy. A real hit.

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01/14/2010

It was great very different from my usual very saucy,cheesy and greasy lasagna. My kids and husband loved it and it is not in rotation :-).

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10/19/2009
Anonymous

I loved this recipe. I did the vegetarian version- excellent! I didn't use all the ricotta or mozzarella it called for- had a little left of each. Also- I used more noodles than it called for- I'd say you need about 12 oz.

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10/13/2009
Anonymous

I also made the vegeterian version and it was excellent. I used portobella mushrooms,Gimme Lean (sausage flavor) and Fire Roasted tomatoes and also upped the serving size to 8 for the pan. This was plenty for a hearty portion. I recommend this recipe and it's pretty simple to make too!

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10/07/2009
Anonymous

I substituted vegan sausages (Tofurkey brand Italian flavor), fresh baby spinach (about 3 or 4 cups) and portabello mushrooms. My husband rated this dish a 10/10!

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