I’ve friends coming to dinner, and one poor soul can’t tolerate onions, even cooked. And nope. You can’t sneak ’em into the recipe or use leeks instead. I’ve tried and really felt bad when my friend became ill!
I’m short of time and need one all-purpose casserole that includes proteins, veggies and carbs. Lasagna is perfect. I’ll use a shredded rotisserie chicken and a bottled pasta sauce to save time.
I must have spent 10 minutes searching through the bottled tomato sauces looking for one that did not have onions on the list of ingredients. I finally found one: Lucini Tuscan Marinara Sauce with Roasted Garlic. Fortunately garlic is no problem!
I loved the nutty and toothsome flavor of whole wheat lasagna, and the Lucini pasta sauce was exceptional. I’ve always considered Lucini Extra Virgin Olive a great bang for the buck, and their tomato sauce is exceptional as well.
When slicing into the first piece, it was runny (probably because I used fresh spinach), but after 10 minutes, the pasta absorbed much of the excess juices.
Update: 1 cup of wild rice and 1 cup of farro both cook at the same time (as long as they’re not quick cook) and work great as a base for the chicken in this recipe, too. This morning we woke up to the first real snow of the year––good thing I’d purchased a chicken. … Full recipe post »
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