Cruft: Lasagna Cupcakes. When Intelligentsia Coffee opened in Pasadena recently, I was intrigued the lasagna cupcakes they served.
The cupcakes are made by Heirloom LA, a catering business. About the size of a muffin, a single lasagna cupcake was a delicious meal. After seeing how much my daughter enjoyed them (she ate my entire cupcake and I had to order a second one), I decided I had to try making them at home. After a bit of research, here is my method. The girls love them and take them to school as lunch. The ingredients are fairly simple.
Spray or wipe the cupcake tin with olive oil for prevent sticking and add a little flavor. Once you filled in the first layer, gently press another wrapper in, forming another cup. Once you've placed the second wrapper, repeat the filling as you see fit. A bit of Mozzarella cheese on top of it all. I baked them for 20 minutes at 375° F and then come out perfectly browned. You can do pretty much anything you want as filling from more meats to a vegan version. Spaghetti al Forno Recipe. Fresh Pasta Recipes for Spring and Summer. Creatively Domestic - StumbleUpon.
My favorite way to make Lasagna is Slow Cooker Lasagna, but an easy way to make Lasagna without all the work really appealed to me.
Hello, Skillet Lasagna! This sauce was light, the noodles came out perfectly cooked, and I made this meatless and it still came together well. I would have loved to add some roasted vegetables or spinach, but my crisper was empty. I thought I would be efficient, and stacked two noodles while I broke them up, but didn't separate them well enough when I threw them into the pan, so some stuck together while it was cooking. While I stirred it, I had to work some of the noodles apart. The only downfall of this recipe was that it needs constant attention for 30 minutes as this has lots of stirring and steps.
The best way to eat this is to scoop a little ricotta on your fork with some noodles. Skillet Lasagna recipe from The America's Test Kitchen Cookbook Serves 4 to 6 1. Pour the diced tomatoes with their juice and the tomato sauce over the pasta. 4. Pasta In Garlic and Olive Oil (with or without spinach) « Cooking With Baby. This is the easiest side dish on the planet.
It goes well with practically everything, it’s cheap, and it’s yummy! Ingredients 1 package of pasta (i like to use linguini or angel hair, but anything will work)2 cups of frozen chopped spinach, thawed (optional, but a great addition!) 2 Tbs olive oil4 Cloves Garlic, Minced1 Tsp Garlic Salt Directions Cook pasta per package instructions, drain, set asideAdd The olive oil and garlic to a skillet and heat on medium until fragrant, about two minutes.Add the pasta to the pan (and spinach, if using) and cook 2 minutes longer, until blended and spinach is heated throughout.Season with garlic salt & serve!
This unique twist on a favorite is easy to make, appealing to eat, and much healthier for you The idea of building a multi-tiered, multi-component lasagna can be dizzying for most cooks. For them, we offer this simplified form, the lasagna roll: a tight pasta bundle containing all the same flavors as the traditional baked pasta, but without the daunting architecture. It's basic shape helps you avoid creating one of those cheesy, soupy catastrophes so common in Italian-American restaurants, the ones where it's impossible to discern where the pasta stops and the sauce begins.
The structure is sound, the flavors are clear and pronounced, and the calories are greatly reduced. How to Make It: *Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. *While the pasta cooks, brown the sausage in a large saute pan over medium heat until cooked through. *Preheat the oven to 400F. *Top the lasagna rolls with the remaining marinara, then with the mozzarella.
How to Make Pizza Without Dough. I was getting kind of sick of ordering delivery pizza (this happens at least 2-3 times a month).
It was time to put a spin on gourmet pizza, but I just didn't know what it would be. Without pizza dough or an oven that is capable of creating the perfect pizza crust (I don't have an oven that can go up to a 1000 degrees), I decided I would use potatoes instead. This recipe is elegant enough to serve at a dinner party, but easy enough that you can cook it within 5-15 minutes.
For 4 small, personal sized pizzas 4" in diameter, you will need: 2 large potatoes peeled and cleaned4 teaspoons salt (to flavor the potatoes) I'm doing four different flavor combinations here, and the measurements for each combination will top 4 small pizzas or 1 large pizza. Cheese & pepperoni pizza: 3/4 cup mozzarella cheese1/4 cup marinara sauce10 slices of pepperoni (or as much as you like)7-8 leaves of fresh basil.