So, for our family home Evening last night We studied this scripture,
1 Timothy 4 : 12
Let no man despise thy youth; but be thou an example of the believers, in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity.
I love this. . . I think as adults we can look back and wish things differently, instead I believe we should be grateful for our upbringing and know it was designed for our growth and purpose. Even as adults we should take care of our inner child and help our children develop creativity.
I made my Mom’s Lasagna. . .Here is the recipe.
My Mom's lasagna recipe
So, first things first. . . I browned the sausage.
sausage . . . browning
Then I drained the sausage and added the next 6 ingredients. . .basically.. . I added some flavorings of my own.
here is what I used for the tomatoes and sauce. . .
and I added some flavorings. . .
ready to simmer for about 2 hours. . .
after about an hour I started the lasagna noodles and mixing the cottage cheese mixture and cut up the Mozzarella cheese.
mozarella .. .2 big old things sliced up
cottage cheese, eggs, parsely and parmesan ready to layer with noodles and sauce
i added a whole box a few at a time
the sauce after simmering about an hour. ..
I waited about another hour then started to layer. . . its the key to this sauce picking up flavor.
the layers. . . I ended up doing 3 layers of noodles and 4 layers of filling with the perfect amount of all ingredients
all layered and ready to cook in oven at 400 degrees for 45 minutes, 35 minutes covered with tin foil
covered and ready to cook
at 400 degrees for 35 minutes covered and then 10 more minutes uncovered
uncovered and cooking for 10 more minutes
done and ready to serve. . .This makes the best leftovers as well and I am not a leftover fan.
This is what I am going to freeze and keep for the days I don’t cook or am not well. There was anough for some leftovers for lunch today as well.
perfect for later
My dinner last night!