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RECIPE: lasagna in a hard roll

Posted by lizzynola (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 29, 07 at 18:20

The kids love this quick & easy recipe:

3/4 pound of ground beef and or ground sausage or a combination of both.
1 8oz. can of tomato sauce (I use the garlic/seasoned)
1/2 of an envelope of dry onion soup mix
About 1/4 t. dry oregano
About 1/8 t. dry basil
1 large egg, beaten
3/4 cp cream style cottage cheese, drained
3/4 cup mozzarella or other cheese
8 hard rolls

Cook the beef/sausage in a skillet and drain off the fat.
Add the tomato sauce, sout mix, and seasonings,
Simmer covered for about 5 minutes.
Uncover and cook for another 10-15 minute longer, stirring frequently.
Mix the egg with the cottage cheese and 1/2 cup of the cheese.
Cut a thin slice off the top of each roll.
Hollow out the center leaving about 1/2 inch thick shells
(save and freeze the bread chunks for a dressing, bread pudding, etc.)
Spoon half of the meat mixture into the bottoms of each roll.
Spoon cheese mixture over meat, then spoon remaining meat mixture over cheese mixture.
Sprinkle the 1/2 cup remaining cheese over the meat mixture and replace the tops of the rolls.
Wrap each roll in heavy foil.Place foil packets on a baking sheet.
BAKE at 400 (preheated) oven for about 25-30 minutes.

You can add your own seasoning to your liking if you wish.

A nice salad is all you need with this one!


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RE: RECIPE: lasagna in a hard roll

Oh...... I've made this recipe for over 20 years - and she's right - its delicious!! My whole family really loves this one.

Barb


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RE: RECIPE: lasagna in a hard roll

This sounds like it would be a great thing to make for Sundays when football is on and the whole crew is over to watch the games.

Thanks for posting!

Alexa


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RE: RECIPE: lasagna in a hard roll

Can you assemble these ahead, refrigerate and bake at the last minute without having the rolls get soggy or anything? They sound terrific, thanks!


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RE: RECIPE: lasagna in a hard roll

Wow, those sound good. I can imagine they would be great with meatballs as well.


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