I made a no-boil lasagne last night. There are two sheets of pasta left over that didn't fit into the pan. What else can I do with them? Can they be boiled like regular pasta?
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Save them in a bag and next time you make lasagna you will have 4 sheets left over. If you do this a few more times, you will have enough leftover sheets of lasagna to make an entire lasagna.
I have not made these but I have been intrigued with recipes for "swallow nests". I don't know if there is a food52 recipe for them but I know you will find something via Google. And now that I think of it, maybe I should try them out for my Sunday after Christmas luncheon.
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I make a soup with leftover lasagna sheets. https://thesolitarycook...
I don't know if you ever cook for one or two, but they can be rolled with any number of fillings and baked with a sauce: shredded chicken, mushrooms, onions; ricotta and spinach; maybe some small amounts of things from your freezer....
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