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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

05/14/2014
Anonymous

This was good but not great, especially considering the time and effort. I enjoyed the mushrooms and spinach (~3 handfuls of fresh baby spinach; also added garlic and onion) but would leave out the turkey sausage if I made it again (it just didn't appeal to me or add much flavor). After reading other reviews, I was concerned about having enough sauce so I added a small can of tomato sauce . . . but probably shouldn't have because it ended up a little soupy.

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03/13/2014
Anonymous
Delicious receipe!!!!

I made this dish for my boyfriend & I on 3 occasions and it came out DELICIOUSO !!!! I prefer to use fresh spinach and mushrooms which I saute in a little olive oil and I prefer to purchase spicy fresh Italian sausage & Locatelli Pecorino Romano cheese from my local Italian store in my neighborhood. I also use low-fat shredded mozzarella cheese & low-fat ricotta cheese but I use regular lasagna noodles. It comes out PERFECT every single time I make it!! :-) :-) My boyfriend especially loves the leftovers the next day. Thank you for this recipe!!!!

Receipe easy to follow for an inexperienced cook.
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01/26/2014
Anonymous

Very good recipe. I made a few alterations to taste. Added white wine, nutmeg and oregano to tomato sauce. Also added parmigiano reggiano with the mozzeralla. I will definitely make again.

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01/26/2014
Anonymous

Very good recipe. I made a few alterations to taste. Added white wine, nutmeg and oregano to tomato sauce. Also added parmigiano reggiano with the mozzeralla. I will definitely make again.

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01/26/2014
Anonymous

Very good recipe. I made a few alterations to taste. Added white wine, nutmeg and oregano to tomato sauce. Also added parmigiano reggiano with the mozzeralla. I will definitely make again.

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