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Post Thu Sep 13, 2012 7:56 pm
Dyal_SC well done
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Loosely based this recipe off of this one:

http://www.kraftrecipes.com/recipes/spi ... 07409.aspx

Except I added a few things, like some Truffled Sea Salt for the Chicken, and my own Spaghetti Sauce...

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Some Homemade Sauce, the Chicken, some Herbs, some Fresh Parmesan, a couple of Eggs and some Fresh Mozzarella were tossed together for the filling...

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Rolled up and placed in the CI skillet along with some more Sauce and Fresh Mozzarella...

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Added some Garlic Bread toward the end to toast up...

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Pretty good dinner, but my wife is the Italian Cook of the family... Her Italian food is hands down better than mine. This was decent, but I'd take a plate of my wife's Homemade Lasagna over this any day of the week.
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Post Thu Sep 13, 2012 8:34 pm
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I don't know, Dyal... Your lasagna looks pretty spectacular to me! :D
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Post Thu Sep 13, 2012 10:18 pm
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beercuer wrote:
I don't know, Dyal... Your lasagna looks pretty spectacular to me! :D


I have to agree!! Now, if I could only find a good substitute for the noodles (I eat low carb meals) :wink:
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Post Thu Sep 13, 2012 10:32 pm
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jstewart wrote:
beercuer wrote:
I don't know, Dyal... Your lasagna looks pretty spectacular to me! :D


I have to agree!! Now, if I could only find a good substitute for the noodles (I eat low carb meals) :wink:


Jimmy, do you suppose something like cabbage leaves might work? Bacon is also low carb, but... . Or, perhaps you could try going to the Asian section of your market and substitute some kind of tofu noodles. :D
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Post Thu Sep 13, 2012 11:08 pm
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beercuer wrote:
jstewart wrote:
beercuer wrote:
I don't know, Dyal... Your lasagna looks pretty spectacular to me! :D


I have to agree!! Now, if I could only find a good substitute for the noodles (I eat low carb meals) :wink:


Jimmy, do you suppose something like cabbage leaves might work? Bacon is also low carb, but... . Or, perhaps you could try going to the Asian section of your market and substitute some kind of tofu noodles. :D


You know, cabbage leaves sound interesting! I've tried slices of eggplant, and even though I like eggplant, it turned out to be really disgusting.....I have an aversion to tofu :evil: :evil: so I don't think that would work for me! Cooking lasagne (in the oven) is something that I (and both of my sons) do very well and we've massaged the recipes over the years. It is truly one thing that I do miss since going low-carb. Thanks for the suggestions!
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Post Fri Sep 14, 2012 7:11 am
jfm0830 well done
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I'm sure your wife would be willing to give you some lessons if you really think hers is that much better. But I agree with everyone else, your lasagna looks pretty darn good. I'd certainly take a plate. I'm intrigued with the concept of doing it in the cast-iron skillet. And you're stacking your bread on top of the skillet gave me another idea of a use for my half Moon raised grid. Nicely done all around.

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Post Fri Sep 14, 2012 8:29 am
Griffin well done
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Looks wonderful from here, Dyal. I'd sacrifice myself to try some. I was just looking in the pantry the other day and noticed we have a ton of lasagna noodles for some reason. My wife makes a killer lasagna, but it takes all day and its probably been about a year since she's doen it. Might just have to steal this idea and tweak it a bit. Thanks for sharing.

Post Fri Sep 14, 2012 8:49 am
Dyal_SC well done
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jstewart wrote:
beercuer wrote:
I don't know, Dyal... Your lasagna looks pretty spectacular to me! :D


I have to agree!! Now, if I could only find a good substitute for the noodles (I eat low carb meals) :wink:


Just use layers of bacon or pancetta!! :twisted:

Thanks a lot, guys... :)
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Post Fri Sep 14, 2012 5:01 pm
scorched_porch medium-well
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Hmmm - This one has me thinking about cannelloni. Amazing what inspiration ones finds by trolling around here. I may have to experiment now. I think I could do it using a fish grate indirectly. Have to oil the thing up good, but it might just work. Thanks for the bootleg tip!
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Post Mon Sep 17, 2012 11:29 am
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Very nice, Dyal! Did you roll the noodles side to side or end to end? I saw a cooking show where they were rolled end to end like pinwheels and thought they looked pretty neat.

Post Mon Sep 17, 2012 10:54 pm
Dyal_SC well done
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Thx a lot, guys. Brad, they were rolled end to end like pinwheels. I like the technique, but will use a different filling next time.
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