This is what my son Truman asked me to make for his twelfth birthday dinner. It was delish. I added a pint of Ricotta cheese instead of sour cream. I also added two teaspoons of brown sugar to the tomato sauce and browned hamburger, as per the fabulous recommendation of my fabulous sister-in-law, Savanah.
The birthday dinner was complemented by garlic bread and an incredible fresh salad from the garden. The reason you don't see those other foods in this photo is because I made the lasagna in the morning before it got too hot (Truman's birthday is at the end of August). So I had the above piece of lasagna for lunch while kids were at school and hubby was at work. Then we all had lasagna for dinner. It's that good.
Also, just my personal opinion, there is no such thing as "oven-ready" lasagna. You have to boil the noodles, people. There's no escaping it.
|In the oven and ready to make my house smell like love . . .|