Have you ever compared store bought lasagna to a home-made one? There is no comparison, home-made wins every time. It may seem like a hassle to make your own, but in reality it is not that difficult. You will also be more satisfied in the quality and taste of your lasagna if you make it yourself. It’s a great meal to share with your family or just to save in the refrigerator and eat throughout the week. If you are conscious about your health this lasagna will be good to make because it uses chicken not meat. In order to make this lasagna you need to gather your ingredients, prepare the ingredients, and put the dish together and bake it.
To bake anything you need to preheat your oven, this recipe calls for the oven to be at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. After you preheat your oven you can wash your hands. Dry your hands then bring out the tools and ingredients you will be using. As far as tools go you will need a rectangular pan, two deep pots, foil paper, two deep bowls, cooking spray, a spoon, knife, strainer and spatula. Once you have all your tools together you can set them aside and start getting your ingredients. You will need un-cooked lasagna noodles, marina sauce, ricotta cheese, shredded mozzarella cheese, two raw medium sized chicken breasts, salt, garlic cloves, one onion and one egg. If you’d like a healthier version you can always substitute with wheat pasta and fat free cheese. Now that you have all your tools and ingredients you are ready to start preparing your ingredients.
The most important part of making this dish is how you prepare the ingredients. Bring out your two deep pots and fill both of them halfway with water, then place both pots on a hot stove. Once the water begins to boil take out the noodles from the box and put them all in the pot, also take the raw chicken and boil it in the other pot. Peel the onion and garlic, then cut the onion in half and separate the rings and put both ingredients into the pot with the raw chicken. While...
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