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Old 06-06-2008, 09:04 PM   #11
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Reading this, it says to put the ragu down, then lasagne, then cover this with bechamel, then repeat till you run out of ragu.

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So after putting the first layer of lasagne down and covering it with the bechamel, do you then go and put the next layer of ragu into the bechamel and cover this with another lasagne sheet, then bechamel with ragu, then lasagna?

Otherwise sounds good.
Yes, just repeat the layers of ragu, pasta and bechamel.
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With the traditional link above, how much does this actually make in dimensions approximately. I have to feed 4.
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Here's my lasagna recipe. Everyone loves it and it has a very tomatoey taste but if you eat too much of it it will make you feel like you just ate a cinder block!

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Old 06-09-2008, 07:06 AM   #14
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With the traditional link above, how much does this actually make in dimensions approximately. I have to feed 4.
I have never made the full recipe, so I cannot say for certain. With 3 pounds of meat, it should easily feed four (probably more like six to eight).
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