Quick And Easy Lasagna Recipe



There is nothing that says home cooking more than a crockpot meal! Put your crockpot to good use with this delicious vegetarian mexican lasagna with lasagna noodles for sweet and sour meatballs. Serve this with rice and you will have an awesome family meal!

Dishes such as chicken in the crock pot recipes like chicken noodle soup, may require pasta that is cooked alone and added to the slow cooker mexican lasagna with flour tortillas. A great tip to remember is to let the noodles cook to 'just done' and not limp so that it will hold up in the crock pot during the last 30 minutes of cooking. Same goes for casseroles that will be baked in the oven for additional cooking time.

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To eat it, season with a little salt and pepper if desired. You can add a bit of butter to taste also. Then, scrape at the meat of the squash with the tines of your fork and you will pull away long, stringy fibers. Eat and enjoy. You will be able to scrape this down to a paper thin hull.

The menu is very much like a typical diner menu, with one notable exception: the chili pepper sauce. There's a chili lasagna made with chili lasagna and pork, which is milder, and a red chili, which is four-alarm and may necessitate a trip to the emergency room. Both chilis are made on site, and each batch can vary. Sometimes the chili lasagna is blazing hot, almost as hot as the red. Other times, it's just barely mild. My recommendation would be to order both on the side, and sample from there. Then you can decide which one you'd rather have, or mix them up. Of course, there are other pepper sauces at the table, such as Tabasco, if you believe the chili is not hot enough. For those die-hards like my husband, you can ask for extra jalapenos on the side.

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