Easy-to-make lasagna with a flog to it

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In this spiced-up chronicle of lasagna, a noodles and ricotta get to stay, but the tomato salsa has been transposed with salsa, a mozzarella with Jack and cheddar cheese, a belligerent beef with shredded chicken, and there’s some chili powder sneaking in there.  And while this is a poignant depart from this old-family favorite, it works.

The public of these reduction is also a small different, since instead of doing prosaic layers of noodles/sauce/cheese, this recipe calls for swelling a noodles with a cheese reduction and rolling them up. Nestle them together in a baking vessel widespread with salsa (helps them not stick), flow some-more salsa and cheese on a top, cover a baking plate with foil (helps it not dry out) and bake it up. 

Just a few useful hints to keep in mind: First, we can change a spiciness by picking anything from amiable to prohibited salsa. Second, this is a good approach to use adult leftover baked chicken, and if we don’t have any fibbing around, a rotisserie duck or duck breast from a supermarket is totally perfect.

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And finally, one of a best things about roll-up lasagna, is that it’s good apportionment control. One hurl for your smaller eaters, dual for your robust eaters.  When it comes out of a oven, those palatable pointy lasagna rolls can be simply scooped out with a spatula…no perplexing to cut sleazy lasagna into squares. Top with some gratifying toppings and serve!

Mexican Lasagna

8 lasagna noodles

1 crater baked chicken, shredded

2 teaspoons chili powder

2 cups ricotta

1 egg

1 crater shredded Jack cheese (or a Mexican cheese blend)

2 cups salsa (your choice of how hot!)

1 crater pointy cheddar cheese

Toppings: green cream, chopped scallions, guacamole, etc

Preheat oven to 350. Spread a skinny covering of salsa on a bottom of a middle baking dish.

Cook lasagna noodles according to package directions.

Stir ricotta, egg, chicken, chili powder and jack cheese together. Lay noodles out prosaic and order a ricotta reduction among a noodles.

Roll a noodles up and place in a baking dish. Spread with remaining salsa and a cheddar cheese.

Cover with foil and bake for 30 minutes. (If we like a teeny bit of crispiness on your lasagna, mislay a foil during a final 10 minutes.)

Serve with your favorite toppings!

Serves 4-6

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