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Old 09-22-2018, 11:36 AM
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Default Rolled Lasagna Florentine

we made this a couple nights back - interesting twist on an old dish.
very tasty and good seasoning blend.

makes two 8x8 (foil) casseroles - better reheated next day.... as is most pasta of this sort,, we've found...

important comments:
- as noted at the site, 4 pounds of beef is some kind of error. I used just under two.
- the carrots and celery do not cook in the same time as the beef - and as a crunchy thing in the meat sauce,,, they are out of place. recommend pre-boil them soft or just omit.
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Default Re: Rolled Lasagna Florentine

C-man, I moved this post from another thread.

I missed the post first time around - the dish looks delicious!

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