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Preheat oven to 400°F. Lightly spray a 13x 9-inch baking dish with cooking spray. Combine squash, 1 cup ricotta cheese, milk, sage, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and pepper in a medium bowl. How Not to Eat Meat: Butternut Squash Lasagna | MyFitnessPal. August 2016.
Butternut squash is a powerhouse for vitamins A and C. You can pack butternut squash puree into your lasagna. Butternut squash is a powerhouse for vitamins A and C. You can pack butternut squash puree into your lasagna to give it a nutritious boost. When Erin and I were meat-eaters, we used to make this fabulous lasagna entirely from scratch. All-day simmered meat (turkey, eventually), homemade pasta noodles, and a creamy bechamel sauce. This butternut lasagna is made with a bechamel, but by comparison to the lasagna we used to make, it paled a bit.
I used a 26 x 18 x 6.5 cm (10 x 7 x 2.5 inch) casserole dish. Add the first layer of butternut squash slices. You will use a total of 3 butternut squash layers. Top with half of the ground meat mixture and half of the ricotta cheese mixture. Add another layer of butternut squash slices and top with the remaining ground beef.
Both were so tasty, but I enjoyed the ease of the butternut squash lasagna roll-ups – they were the right size, not too sloppy, and easy to remove and plate. If you don’t feel like making fresh ricotta, or homemade marinara sauce, your favorite store-bought is fine and quick. Instead of making it a “lasagna,” I put the squash in the bottom, then the ricotta mix, then the meat, then the mozzarella and parm on top. The family loved it.
My 4 year old didn’t want to eat the big pumpkin pieces, and I am sure he would have preferred the seasoned lasagna-style flat pieces of squash. Add a single layer of lasagna noodles followed by a layer of squash. Season with salt and pepper and top with half the spinach, a third of the mozzarella, and about ¾ cup white sauce. Repeat. My rich, saucy lasagna features winter squash at its finest.
The whipped cream topping adds a unique twist to this meatless casserole packed with roasted butternut squash, two kinds of cheese and a host of seasonings. Allowing the lasagna. Roasted squash and sage are classic fall and winter flavors. I wanted to find the best way to incorporate them into a rich, creamy lasagna.
The result—after a bit of tweaking and testing, of course—was a squash lasagna with intense, rich, sweet squash flavor balanced with chunks of sage-scented browned squash.
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