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I love lasagna. It reminds me of the birthday parties when my mom had no idea what to serve the hungry crowd so she would either cater or make her own lasagna. She always said it was cheap to make or buy and easy to serve and totally filling. She did not need to buy sides (unless she really wanted garlic bread) and did not need to buy special plates for this. Regular ol’ paper plates would do and really made her life easier.
After some time of making regular lasagna, she tried her luck at other varieties. For a while she was making a plantain lasagna which I must admit, was absolutely delicious. That lasagna was layers of fried plantains, white cheese and ground beef. Man, was it good! After a stint making that, she tried a new kind: Mexican lasagna. This was a delicious, hearty and filling meal of layers of Mexican goodness which turned into what seemed like a lasagna. I will admit, it was probably even better than the classic one she used to make. Loaded with cheese, nachos, ground beef, veggies, queso dip and more, you really cannot go wrong with it. This was the dish I have always wanted but never knew about!
Photo and recipe courtesy of I Heart Nap Time.
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