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You’re In For A Delicious Surprise With This Incredible Lasagna!
It may not be traditional, but this Cajun Lasagna may well be the best lasagna that I have ever had! The five-cheese blend really hits the spot, and a clever choice of meat makes for a nicely balanced flavor that isn’t too grease-heavy.
Every time I look at that photo, it makes me want to bring out my pots and pans to make this immediately! I hadn’t had lasagna in ages when I tried out this recipe, as much as I love it. Lasagna isn’t exactly known as an easy dish to make. I am so glad that I took the plunge, though!
This recipe really makes for a cheese-lover’s and pasta-lover’s delight. You will have to allow for a good chunk of time in the kitchen (it takes about two hours to cook), but if you have that time to spare, I assure you that it is well worth it.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Creole Contessa
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Quick tip: Make a double batch and freeze the other one to have a tasty meal ready when you don’t have time for cooking!