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During holidays, different people invite you to different parties.
And since they’re all your friends, you will say yes to all. So there’s always that day where you have to binge on food without really wanting to—different friends equals different specialties. And if you don’t taste their specialties, they’ll feed bad. It so happened that I have a certain group of friends where in lasagna is everyone’s specialty dish. So there is this one holiday that I’m lasagna-binging.
Everyone’s lasagna tasted great, but there’s one that particularly stood out because of its shape. Instead of in a large pan, the noodles were rolled and placed on tiny baking cups. The sauce was poured in between them, as well as cheese, and they’re baked in the oven. When they came out of the oven, they looked like tiny cupcakes. My friend called it her upside down baked lasagna. It’s kinda similar to this recipe that I found on Facebook.
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Quick Tip: Serve with your garlic bread or cheese sticks.