Thursday, March 19, 2009

A recipe just for you!

Hello everyone!

As promised,here is a really easy
meal to make on a night that
you are pressed for time! I know
as a Mom I have a lot of nights
like that! I bet you do too!


EZ Lasagna Toss

1 pound extra lean ground beef
1 small onion
3 cloves garlic (minced)
2 - 8 oz cans of mushrooms
1 jar (26 oz) spaghetti sauce
1 2/3 cup water
Salt and pepper to taste
1/4 cup Fat Free Zesty Italian dressing
12 oven ready lasagna noodles (broken into quarters)
1 cup Mozzarella cheese
Brown meat, onion, garlic in a large pan.
Stir in spaghetti sauce, mushrooms, dressing and water;
bring to a boil. Add noodles; stir and cover.
Cook on medium-low heat 10-15 minutes until noodles
are tender--stir occasionally. Remove from heat.
Sprinkle with cheese-cover.
Let stand for 5 minutes or until cheese is melted.


Serve and enjoy with a nice green salad!


EZ Lasagna Toss


It's what's for supper
in
Farmchick's Kitchen!!!

Have a super night and thanks
for stopping by. I love
hearing from you.

♥Farmchick♥

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30 sweet chicks commented here:

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Looks easy and that's just the type of recipes I love!
Thanks,
Rondell

Farmgirl Cyn said...

Hey chickie!
If I hadn't just had lasagna last week, this would definitely be on my menu for next week. Looks delish, and easy too!

Kristina said...

Looks great! I'm definitely going to try it, thanks.

Carolyn (Harbor Hon) said...

What an amazing picture! You always make everything look so appetizing. I'm making this on Saturday and I thank you for sharing the recipe. Mmmm ... I can almost smell it now. Hope your snow is melting and you're ready for Spring soon. xxoo

vivian said...

that sure does look yummy! I just had to catch up with your blog.. I think I had missed the last 4 posts or so. Its muddy here too! but I did notice some daffadils nudging their little green tips above the ground.. so thats a promising sign of spring to come! In fact.. today is the first day of spring!! yeehaw!!
enjoy your weekend!
hugs
vivian

Susan said...

Cant wait to try it. All your recipes have been a hit here. Thanks so much for sharing them.

Julie said...

Hey, I love recipes like that. I already have everything on hand--wahoo!! Dinner tonight!! Thanks--have a nice weekend. Julie

carolyn at cranberry crossings: said...

Oh my! YUMMY! Anytime you can make something this yummy easier, I'm all over it! Thanks for posting! Your photo made my mouth water!

I hope you are enjoying life on the farm and hopefully finally having some spring-like weather!

belladella said...

Looks delish- I might have to try that soon. Have a great weekend!

This Country Girl said...

That looks so good and simple...just the kind I need! I'm making this next week. I was looking for something different to try that fit our taste buds. I'll let you know how it goes!

Have a great weekend!

Tammy

Wendi said...

Looks easy and delish. Two of my favorite things!

Angie said...

Wow, sounds so good and easy! Love those kind of recipes! Especially at the end of the week like you said the energy is tapped. Thank you for sharing. Enjoy your 1st day of Spring.
Angie

Broken Y said...

YUM! That looks fantastic! Shall give it a try!

I'm with you on the mud stuff! When we get rain, ours turns to sticky clay - then a real mess!

Blessings~
P.

Irma's Rose Cottage said...

Looks very yummy! I will be adding this to my recipe file. Thanks for sharing.

Hugs :)

Irma

Linda said...

that sounds so good....we love easy and tasty...

simple~needs said...

omg!! that looks great!! its after 2am and i could eat a bowl right now. lol

Sarah said...

Oh my goodness. That looks so good! Have you ever thought of somehow making printable recipes? That would be so cool!

Lorraine said...

great recipe..I also cook it with aubergines (I think you call them eggplants in the US) ..My son loves looking at the pics of combine harvesters on your blog

Beth E. said...

Oh, yum...that looks delicious! Can hardly wait to try it!

Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. :o)

Blessings...

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

Hi there! First time visitor here :0). I found you through Tracy's blog (living the good life). This recipe looks easy, fast and yummy. I'll be sure to give this one a try. I'm getting a wee bit tired of spaghetti and this would be a good way to "mix things up" :0)
Have a good day!

Lisa said...

Hey Tania, I know you are busy, but if you have time come by for a visit, I'm having a giveaway!

Heather said...

Yum! Looks delicious - definitely going to be on next week's menu!

The Whites said...

That sounds great and pretty easy! Thanks for sharing!

Mandy

City girl turned Country Girl said...

I'm a new blogger and I came across your blog. These recipes look awesome!! I can't wait to try them!!

Train Wreck said...

Oh that sounds so good, and easy. I love lasagna. hmmm I may be making that for dinner? Thanks for all the great recioes, I wish you lived next door. What fun we would have.

Sharon said...

Thanks for sharing and I am going to try it on Sat.
I have been wondering about the chair.
We are having nasty weather here this week too.
Have a great day.
God bless

Broken Y said...

I made this last night, started it at 4:00pm - got it to the noodle point, added them, let it boil for a minute, added the cheese, put a tight lid on it and turned off the burner - came back at 7:00pm and gobbled it up! Thanks so much!

Kindra said...

I made this for my family last night and the boys enjoyed!! And it was great to use up some leftover lasagna noodles I had! :)

Joy said...

All these recipes look great, thanks for sharing!

Traci said...

Yep, that looks like a keeper...I ended up having to go to Texas for a few days to care for a relative. I am putting this on my menu for next week though!!! I knew I could depend on you!!!