Total TimePrep: 35 min. Bake: 50 min. + standing
I love bbq and this was a hit for me. Haven't made it in a long time, was just reminded of it while looking through saved recipes.
I cut this recipe in half and put it in an 8x8 pan. I used no-boil noodles for and it turned out fairly well (except for the edges, due to being dry). The is one of the dryer lasagnas. We don't like our lasagnas overly gooey but still felt that this could have used just a bit more sauce. Next time I'll make a little extra. Definitely a different taste. My husband thought it almost tasted like a sweet and sour sauce. I didn't pack the brown sugar because I didn't want it overly sweet like a previous reviewer mentioned, and I felt it was pretty good like that. Overall, a good, different meal that I'd make again.
I absolutely love this lasagna and get rave reviews whenever I make it ; and I have adjusted the recipe slightly as the 1st time I made it I thought it was too dry. So I use: 1 1/2-2 cups ketchup, 1/2 cup lemon juice, 1 cup brown sugar. I also use 1.5 cups of cottage cheese for the topping.
awesome. perfect for a unique 4th of july celebration. Everyone Loved it and went back for seconds. It is traditional for us each year to make now. My family looks forward to his and raves to their friends about this unusual dish.
my kids love this lasagna!!
Way tooo sweet!
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I loved this dish! If you like sweet tasting barbecue you will enjoy this too. I added 1/3 cup cilantro for added flavor to the sauce mix. PERFECTION!
This recipe was not at all the different my family and I were looking for. Do not waste your time.
I know the concept of BBQ and Italian together seems odd but this lasagna truly has an amazing flavor!