When I was growing up, I hated Lasagna. Of course my mother made it with cottage cheese and raw onions. YUCK! I really don't consider myself a picky eater, but if I don't like something I DON'T LIKE IT! Cottage cheese and raw onions are on the top of my list of dislikes. Anywho when I met Hef's dad, his mom made real lasagna and I liked it! It's still not my favorite food but its getting better. Anyhow, last week I made America's Test Kitchen's Skillet Lasagna. I think Skillet Lasagna is a nice alternative to a big pan lasagna, especially for a house of two. Like I said, I made this last week so bear with me as I try to remember the steps.
So far we have browned ground beef or meatloaf mix, onions, and garlic. Then we break up noodles and scatter them on top. The recipe called for 10 broken noodles but I stopped at 7.
After the simmering, ATK just said to sprinkle more parm on top, well I got to thinking about regula Lasagna, with its cheesey top, and we all love the cheesey bubbley brown top right? So I shredded some Mozzarella and broiled it up! Here ya go!
And just like Lasagna, Skillet Lasagna falls apart on the plate too. However, this was less time, less work, and tested just as good!