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A sassy twist on a classic dish!
Every since I’ve been a kid I have always loved lasagna night. my mother would make a big old pan full of the ooey gooey noodles smothered in cheesy and sauce. Yum!
My favorite part was piling on a heaping mound of parmesan cheese to my serving. By the time I was done shaking the green canister my lasagna looked like it had been caught up in a snow storm. My dad would often ask me if I wanted some lasagna with my parmesan cheese lol! My mother’s recipe for baked lasagna is very, very good, don’t get me wrong.
But sometimes, I don’t always have time to make it like that. Using this skillet method is easier and less time-consuming. Plus, it tastes terrific. You should definitely give this skillet lasagna recipe a try sometime soon. Your kids will thank you 🙂
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Quick Tip: This is one of those meals that you don’t want to miss out on! Make it often and your family will sing your praises.