CT Style in The Bender Kitchen Making “Lazy-Man’s Lasagna”!

CT Style in The Bender Kitchen Making “Lazy-Man’s Lasagna”!

IMG_5742With all our crazy schedule’s during this busy holiday season I wanted to present an uncomplicated dish on the CT Style Show today that could be made in mere minutes yet still taste absolutely delicious, so I opted for my “Lazy-Man’s Lasagna” (click here to go to recipe page).

I have such a great time doing the cooking segment on CT Style and this time around I had both Teresa and Ryan with me in The Bender Kitchen so it was double the fun!

 

ctstyletwoYou can be creative with this lazy-man’s lasagna by changing the meat you use to what ever your favorite type is. What’s nice about this dish is having all the luscious flavors of a lasagna but without all the work. It’s a win-win in my book!

You may want to try making the Fennel and Citrus Salad with a TangerineDressing that I made for the CT Style crew. Growing up in an Italian family we ate a lot of fennel, cooked and raw. Fennel is both refreshing and delicious especially in salads. It has a very mild licorice flavor with a crunchy texture. If you have never tried it you ought to give it a try, it just might surprise you! Or you may want to make my signature Caesar Salad with Homemade Garlic Croutons.

With Ben the CT Style Camera-Man!

With Ben the CT Style Camera-Man!

All this talk about meatballs with Teresa and Ryan and you may get a craving for an amazing Meatball Recipe with a little kick- Secret Meatball Recipe at Glenn’s New Haven Apizza, or my tender and juicy Turkey Meatballs. You know me, can’t end a meal without a sweet so let’s get busy with some Honey-Dripping Baklava! Enjoy! 🙂

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “CT Style in The Bender Kitchen Making “Lazy-Man’s Lasagna”!

  1. Karen

    Couldn’t resist trying this recipe as soon as I saw this- and it came out just as delicious as lasagna in half the time! Thanks Traveling Epicurean!

    1. Michel Post author

      Thank you Karen! I’m so glad you tried the “lazy-man’s lasagna” recipe out! I love how it works with what ever your favorite meat is! 🙂

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