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Old 01-07-2014, 08:27 AM   #11
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Thank you, I started it on warm and eventually cooked on regular temp. Turned out ok

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Old 01-08-2014, 07:00 AM   #12
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When I first started freezing lasagna,
the first one I thawed and it came out very watery and soupy.
The next time I did it I didn't cook the noodles, came out ok little chewy, little dry
So third time a charm, I partially cooked the noodles and thawed before cooking and came out perfect.
With just the hubbie and me now, I make my lasagna in the loaf pan now and make 2. for the that I put in freezer I lined the loaf pan with plastic wrap then make the lasagna freezer it - once frozen I remove it from the pan - remove plastic wrap and place in a zip lock bag. That frees up my loaf pan for other stuff. Then when ready just take the brick of lasagna and place back into the loaf pan to thaw.

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