Lasagna For Two

From Cook's Country | June/July 2011

Why this recipe works:

Sheet pans of lasagna are known to feed a crowd, but surely there’s a way to scale down this classic to serve just two. The first piece of the puzzle was as close at hand as our baking shelves—a loaf pan. The tidy loaf yielded two generous squares and neatly fit the test kitchen’s favorite… read more

Sheet pans of lasagna are known to feed a crowd, but surely there’s a way to scale down this classic to serve just two. The first piece of the puzzle was as close at hand as our baking shelves—a loaf pan. The tidy loaf yielded two generous squares and neatly fit the test kitchen’s favorite no-boil lasagna noodles.

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Serves 2

If your store doesn't carry meatloaf mix, substitute equal parts 85 percent lean ground beef and ground pork. You'll need vegetable oil spray to grease the inside of the foil.

Ingredients

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