This is my mother’s lasagana. Well, pretty much. The only things I did differently than my mum does— I added sausage and I used homemade ricotta, mozzarella, sauce and noodles. My mum doesn’t use fresh mozzarella at all actually... so if you’d rather not then you definitely don’t have to, it will still be very yum. But the homemade mozzarella and ricotta make it much creamier. But besides all that it’s basically my mum’s recipe. My mother has made this for as long as I can remember and she’s honestly ruined me for all others. Like I don’t even like getting lasagna at restaurants because hers is better. Maybe it’s all speculation. Maybe. But maybe hers really is that good. Maybe you should make it and find out. Let’s make lasagna together.
This recipe was given to me by my older sister. She’s probably a better cook than me. This is extremely easy to make. Cook your onion, dump everything in a pot, cook for a few hours. Oh, you can most definitely make this in a crock pot rather than on the stove. Yum. Homemade sauce. You in? Let’s make pasta sauce together.
Simple to make and very worth it.
I get it if you don’t want to make crust from scratch. That’s fine. But just know that your pie will be inferior. If you’re fine with that, I’m fine with that. This is just your basic all-butter crust and it’s my personal favorite. Jeremy loves it. I love it. It’s yum. If you want to get fancy, depending on what you’re using the crust for, you could add any number of things, like: cinnamon, nutmeg, basil, cheese... just try. You might even like it. (Rolling out crust is my favorite part of pie making)
Let’s make pie crust together.
I know it’s not Christmas anymore... but it’s cold outside and these are warm.
I’ve tried other recipes before, but they weren’t quite what I was hoping for. I saw this recipe in a cookbook my sisters got me for my birthday. It’s everything I wanted it to be. Gingery warm, slightly crisp on the outside, and chewy without being gooey. Let’s make cookies together.