Posting my lasagna recipe.
1. because it's good
2. I thought i lost it when I lost my cooking program files but found a paper copy and don't want to loose it for real.
I actually double this when I make it
1 lb ground beef (I use Bob Evans Italian roll sausage)
1 can tomato sauce
2 jars spaghetti sauce
I used my own sauce so don't add these ingredients, will post sauce recipe
chopped onion to taste
chopped bell pepper to taste
2 tbsp chopped parsley (to taste)
1 tbsp chopped oregano (to taste)
minced garlic (to taste
1 cup small curd cottage cheese
1 container ricotta cheese
mozzarella cheese - shredded to taste
1/2 cup grated Parmesan
combine parsley, ricotta, cottage cheese, oregano and egg
preheat oven to 350ºF
I do not fully cook the pasta, I just boil it till it's a little bit soft but still
In pan coat bottom with sauce
layer with pasta, ricotta mix than mozzarella (save some mozzarella for end)
repeat layers ending with sauce.
cover and bake about 35 minutes
uncover and top with remainder of the mozzarella and Parmesan and return to oven uncovered for another 10 minutes.
For my spaghetti sauce I brown 1 lb roll Bob Evans Italian sausage I add the onions and bell pepper with the sausage. I combine that all into a pot with 1 28oz can tomato sauce and 1 14.5 oz can Italian style diced tomatoes. Add in what ever you like to sauce (mushrooms and such). I also add about 1 tbs honey (or brown sugar).
simmer down to desired consistency.
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
The pattern is written
Tools 6mm / J extended tunisian/afghan hook (or long straight hook). 6 skeins 1500 yards / 852 grams Caron Simply Soft Heather Grey
I have 3 downloads for this pattern.
Tunisian Lattice Throw- mirror. This pattern includes photo instructions on how to create the tunisian stitches and they are left handed.
Tunisian Lattice Throw - standard - This is the same print but I have went and flipped all the images so they appear right handed.
Tunisian Lattice Throw - Chart (left hand) - This is a chart for this pattern. It is a left hand chart ( read left to right) if you are right handed and read patterns right to left you will want to either go into your advanced printers settings and print this as a mirror image so that you will be able to read it right to left. Or just read the printed chart left to right. This chart does not have detailed stitch directions so use it along with the instructions on the written patterns.
The 1st pages are just bare bones with 2 images. I than follow with photos on separate pages to show how to do the various tunisian stitches required for this pattern. This will allow you to just print the pattern or print the photos and tutorials.
I think this blanket works best with a medium shade yarn. Nothing to bright or dark or the texture will be harder to see. Also I chose a solid grey but Tunisian tends to play well with variegated yarn.
This would make a lovely large blanket, just be cautious to make sure you purchase enough yarn as this does consume a LOT of yarn!
I don't know why these pictures are showing up sideways,