Moms Lasagna

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This lasagna recipe contains everything a classic lasagna should have from dense layers of ground meat and tomato sauce to a blend of spinach and cheese. This dish is one of the best lasagna recipes because it is simple and delicious. This lasagna uses store-bought tomato sauce for ease of preparation, but it gets doctored with additional spices for an even more flavorful dish. Since the lasagna recipe is baked in the oven and spinach takes moments to cook, it gets layered with the noodles, meat, and sauce, raw. Although lasagna is deemed a fancy dish, this version makes and easy meal for any night of the week.

Lasagna sometimes gets a bad rap because it contains starchy noodles and plenty of cheese, but this noodle bake involves spinach which is rich in iron and vitamin A. Depending on the variety you purchase, the store-bought tomato sauce will be nutritionally beneficial to your family as well. Tomato nutrition includes plenty of vitamin C, and that is no different in prepared tomato sauces.

Nutrition Facts for: Moms Lasagna From Grandmother's Kitchen
Ingredients: Butter, garlic cloves, white onion, mushrooms, lean ground beef, tomato sauce, oregano flakes salt, pepper, cottage cheese, ricotta cheese, spinach leaves, mozzarella, lasagna noodles.
* The entire recipe has been calculated to make 8 servings.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet
* Per Serving:Calories 464, Calories from Fat 159, Total Fat 17.7g 27%, Saturated Fat 9.6g 48%, Cholesterol 95mg 32%, Sodium 1360mg 57%, Potassium 966mg 28%, Carbohydrates 31.4g 10%, Dietary Fiber 4.0g 16%, Sugars 7.1g, Protein 46.0g, Vitamin A 49%, Vitamin C 26%, Calcium 44%, Iron 81%

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