Debbie W. writes from her Nampa, Idaho kitchen, “In lasagna recipes that call for ground beef, I use ground Italian sausage instead. Guests prefer mine to the lasagna served in many Italian restaurants.”
I learned to cook when I was growing up on a dairy farm and was a member of 4-H. This is one of my favorite recipes—it makes good use of the abundance of squash we always seem to have in summer and fall. You'll also find it freezes well.—Marilyn Stroud, Larsen, Wisconsin
"This is a variation on a lasagna dish a co-worker made for a company potluck," says Colleen Wolfisberg, who usually doubles the recipe. "When I was expecting our third son, I often prepared meals and froze them," recalls the Everson, Washington cook. "It was so nice to have a substantial entree like this one to bake."
My mother and I have been making this lasagna for more than 15 years. The "shortcut" is not having to cook the noodles first, so it's not only quick and easy, but also delicious. My husband and our three children all love it when we have this for dinner.—Jeannette Anderson, Lake Village, Indiana