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    Default Lasagna Noodles: Oven-ready or cook-ahead type?

    One last controversial thread to close out 2019. Buckle up friends, this is going to get heated!

    When you make lasagna, do you use "Oven Ready" noodles, or the type that you need to cook separately before assembling the lasagna?
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    Cook ahead type, preferably fresh home made.

    Oven ready... might as well buy premade lasagna LOL
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    You have to change the recipe to use them. That's the only problem. Apparently they're fine otherwise.

    You also have to make sure every bit of noodle is covered otherwise the exposed bits will be unedible.

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    Never heard of oven ready noodles
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    They're a German invention.

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    How much time is one really saving for a product that sounds inferior?

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    Forget the noodle controversy. What I want to know is how many of you eat your lasagna hot, like savages, and how many let it cool and set like proper gentlemen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster View Post
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    Forget the noodle controversy. What I want to know is how many of you eat your lasagna hot, like savages, and how many let it cool and set like proper gentlemen?
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    Try for 20 minutes at least. Usually take it out, then eat salad and then lasagna time

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    Dude, take it out, make the salad, pour the wine, eat the salad, clear dishes, then serve the lasagna.
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    Costco. I make Costco lasagna.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pheoxs View Post
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    Costco. I make Costco lasagna.
    that shit is gooooood

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    Best premade I've ever found. Mine is better, even with oven ready noodles
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    Premade from Lina’s Italian Market. Yum.

    It’s no Costco brand but we love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pheoxs View Post
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    Costco. I make Costco lasagna.
    we ate a bunch of it when it was on sale. Such a good deal when it is.

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    Started making our own pasta, so oven ready now.

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    Current vote is 8-4 for oven ready.

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    Started making our own pasta, so oven ready now.
    Wait, homemade isn't really what I mean by "oven ready". Maybe I needed a third option?
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    People got me interested on here so I picked up a couple Costco lasagnas for easy weeknight meals, easily 3 full meals for me and the wife.
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    I added a bit of a personal touch to it with some added Parmesan and some bocconcini on top since I thought the mozzarella was a bit lacking. Ran a bit of broil for a couple minutes to help the cheese set. Deadly good lasagna, and sub 3 bucks a meal. Not bad.
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    Excellent value, and not bad for store bought. Not as good as mine, even with the oven ready noodles.
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    No homemade and gotta go half ground beef half spolumbos mild Italian.

    Then the kids refuse to eat and you smile and go "more for me!"

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