Review of Clean Eating magazine’s version of lasagna

Posted on July 20, 2010. Filed under: body weight, carbs, cooking, diet, eating clean, eating healthy, weight loss |

See the above link for the recipe and nutrition.  The lasagna itself was cooked perfectly, and just to think that I thought whole wheat pasta was gross.  It was very filling too which was a good thing.  I love ricotta & spinach but the rest was too plain.  It could use more than a clove of minced garlic.  And the 99% fat free turkey was flavorless as was the “sauce.”  So instead I would recommend making your own sauce using lots of spices, ff parm, etc and letting that cook in a crock pot for a while to get very flavor-full.  And instead of adding whole stewed tomatoes to the turkey, I would just add canned diced tomatoes.  I would try it again that way for more flavor.

This way, I would give it a 6 because it’s bland.

Kyra Williams,

The Get In Shape Girl


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Another great addition to make pasta sauce a little more flavorful is to add shredded zucchini, carrots, bell peppers, and onions to your pasta before simmering your sauce. MMMMM good…and nutritious to boot!

mmm diced tomatoes 🙂 My lasagna has a mix of lean beef/turkey, flaxmeal, oatmeal, and some veggies. Definitely gotta add some veggies!

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