Friday, February 29, 2008


(freshly baked yesterday)

This is a special culinary edition of Truths And Rights. Today's recipie is lasagna. Many love to eat it, but few know how to make it. So, read, learn, live.

How to make the Truth And Rights Lasagna:

Get your baking pan (make sure you got foil)

Sautee white onions, mushrooms, and italian sausage (shrimp works too) in extra virgin olive oil

Put down your first layer of lasagna noodles (boil em first) put the meat/veggie mixture down on top of the noodles, cover with cheese (mozzarella)

Put down another layer of noodles, on top of layer 2 hook up more mozzarella on top of the mozzarella put down fresh spinach leaves (a generous helping cuz it shrinks in volume while baking) on top of that put down some sauce (I like the red, you can do pesto too)

Then on top of that start another layer of noodles on top of this noodle layer spread a healthy dose of ricotta, on top of the ricotta, bust some more mozzarella, finally cut up some fresh parsley and add that on top for looks and taste.

Preheat the oven at 350, and bake with foil on top (but make sure it doesn't touch the cheese) for 50 mins. The last 15 mins take the foil off.

BAM! Lasagna my people. Get some ceasar salad, some garlic bread, and some red vino and you are good to go.

Truth And Rights promotes healthy living. You can use healthier ingridents if you are on that tip (i.e. low fat cheeses and sauces) and skip on the alcohol too if you don't drink.

Take that Bobby Flay!