1 cup of water around sides Taste of Home is America's #1 cooking magazine. If you have picky eaters who don’t like mushrooms or spinach, you can easily omit those ingredients or reduce the amount you use.

I just bought the oven ready lasagna noodles, and I don “t understand the directions, ? I have never used these “no boil” noodles before and there is no recipe on the box. I appreciate that this recipe calls for fresh mushrooms instead of (slimy) canned ones, and it uses fresh spinach instead of (also slimy) frozen spinach. You also could use diced bell peppers in place of or in addition to the mushrooms and spinach. I also am very confused about the directions.

It’s interesting that several people have mentioned there is no recipe on the box anymore. And it was every bit as delicious as it always has been–it was a hit at the family event I brought it for. My ALDI told me these oven-ready lasagna noodles are seasonal, so stock up soon for the whole year! I also don’t see ricotta in this recipe or did i miss it….. So here’s what I found: If I do what the box says and follow my lasagna recipe’s directions for temp and cook time, I wind up with a soupy mess like at least one other person mentioned. was leary, but this Fridged Cold blast was coming, icy Roads, so grabbed them. When you prepare this meal, be sure to use a large skillet when making the meat sauce mixture. It. Just mozzarella and Parmesan. The side of the box notes that you should use 1/2 cup of water for every 5 lasagna noodles. before bake time…..bake with foil, when you remove foil for final bake time add the cheese on top! You can’t go wrong by following the recipe on the back of the box. I haven’t seen the oven-ready lasagna noodles in my local stores recently so was unaware of any potential changes to the box, but I’ll keep an eye out. There is no ricotta in this recipe. I panicked today when I noticed the recipe for this lasagna is no longer in the box. Is that in addition to the sauce ingredients? With that said…next time, I will just add a little water to my sauce and soak the noodles for a short window, and stick to my original cook time and temp. I also was confused by these instructions–there should’ve been more direction as to cook times and temps instead of just “follow your lasagna recipe directions.” I wish I had seen this thread before I set about making my lasagna. The lasagna recipe on the back of the noodle box is a keeper. ^. This Holiday Oreo Cookie Tin Is Packed with Fudge-Covered Oreos, Do Not Sell My Personal Information – CA Residents, 4 cups shredded part-skim mozzarella cheese. EDITOR’S NOTE: Aldi appears to have removed the recipe from its box, which makes very little sense to us. Whole family loved it! The cooking instructions are very confusing. Agreed, that’s what I’m trying to figure out?? Do you soak the noodles before assembling the lasagna. But if you experiment with another recipe, feel free to comment here and let us know how it goes. I also was wondering if i needed to add extra water, which is why I’m here – trying to figure it out. I am about to start cooking this and was very confused. In a large skillet, heat olive oil and brown meat until cooked through; season … Uncover; sprinkle with Parmesan cheese. Cover and bake at 350° for 30 minutes. These comments have been helpful, glad Aldi’s picked these up to sell. The noodles were al dente and not soupy at all which was my concern.