These Sausage-Spinach Lasagna Roll-ups are a great variation on lasagna. They are easy to serve and the leftovers freeze well.
Sausage-Spinach Lasagna Roll-ups
A mixture of ricotta, mozzarella, parmesan cheese, egg, baby spinach, and sausage spread on lasagna noodles. They are rolled up,covered with pasta sauce, topped with more cheese and baked.
Homemade lasagna with lots of gooey melted cheese is on of our family’s favorite pasta meals. The first time I made roll-ups I felt so intimidated by thinking about it, but these are so easy.
HOW TO MAKE LASAGNA ROLL-UPS:
* Prepare pasta sauce if using a homemade one. Recipe link below to my homemade sauce. May also just use jarred pasta sauce if desired instead. Brown the sausage and prep ingredients.
* Cook lasagna noodles per package directions, rinse, drain and spread out onto parchment lined baking sheets.
*Make the roll-ups. Combine ingredients for filling: sausage, spinach, egg, mozzarella-parmesan-ricotta cheese all together in a bowl. Spread equal amounts of the filling on the noodles. I used 2 Tablespoons on each. Roll the noodles up. Spread about a cup full of sauce in a large baking dish. Arrange the roll-ups in the dish.
*Cover the noodles with pasta sauce and top with half of the mozzarella cheese. Bake. Remove from the oven about 5 minutes before they are done and top with the remaining mozzarella cheese, return to oven.
Serve these lasagna roll-ups with garlic bread and a salad. They also freeze well. I prefer to freeze them after baking. Allow the rolls to cool, place in a foil lined container, cover tightly with lid. I also wrap the container in foil and label.
To re-heat, allow to thaw in refrigerator. Place in a baking dish, add more sauce and cheese and heat about 20-25 minutes.
HERE is the recipe for my homemade Pasta Meat Sauce.
*This post was shared on Weekend Potluck @ Sweet Little Bluebird