Kielbasa Lasagne

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This is such a comfort food for me. I have had this dish since I was a child. It’s a nice variation on a traditional lasagne. I love the unexpectedness of the kielbasa sausage inside. The flavors work so well together. It’s quick and easy to make.

You can double the recipe if you need more than 8 pieces. Be sure to use wooden toothpicks, you don’t want to use plastic, they’ll melt! This is quite hearty & is actually even better the next day (if there is any left).

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Kielbasa Lasagne
1 package Lasagne (you’ll only need half of the box)
1 large ball FRESH mozzarella cheese
1.5 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
1 package of Kielbasa Sausage
Spaghetti Sauce
Toothpicks – Wooden

In a large pasta pot. Bring enough water to boil to cook your lasagne noodles. Salt water generously. Cook noodles until they are al dente. Preheat your oven to 375. Take your kielbasa sausage and cut into about 2″ pieces. You should get 8 pieces. Cut a slit into each piece- careful not to cut all the way through. Cut the fresh mozzarella into small wedges that will fit into the opening of the sausage. Time to assemble. Take a lasagne noodle, place the sausage on the end, insert mozzarella & wrap the lasagne noodle around the sausage. Secure the noodle with a wooden toothpick. Do this for all pieces. Ladle a small amount of spaghetti sauce onto the bottom of your baking dish. Place noodles into the dish, ladel spaghetti sauce on top (enough to cover lasagne), sprinkle shredded mozzarella on top. Bake for about 30-35 minutes until cheese is bubbly.

Buon Appetito!

3 Comments

  1. 1
    Anna Shingleton /

    I tried this one last night! It was so delicious! There is no such thing as too much mozzarella! A great meal for a cold and windy night! So hearty and even better as left overs for breakfast! I enjoyed it immensely! Thanks for sharing your recipes!

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    Amanda /

    I love this dish! I remember eating it when I was a kid. I now cook it any chance I get. I have found that if you use Keilbasa with 1/2 the fat it tastes 100 times better! This is my all time favorite meal!

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    Lizette /

    I really wanted to like this because I love lasagna and I love kielbasa. I found that the flavors and textures didn’t go together, though. The kielbasa seemed misplaced in the middle of the cheesy lasagna noodles. Oh well. I will certainly keep trying all of your other yummy looking recipes!

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