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Completely flavorless. Individual components tasted fine but A whole bite just didn’t do it for me
This was amazing! Tons of flavor. Will be making again for sure. Thanks so much.
I was prepared to love this, but it is totally BLAND. The basic bones of the recipe are good, but it desperately needs flavor — maybe actual sage (not just steeped in the milk) and garlic? I would not make it again.
Hi, Lisa! I’m sorry you felt this lacked flavor. Thanks for your feedback.
love this recipe! I made an extra one and froze it but wondering if I need to thaw completely then cook or do I cook from frozen for 1.5hrs?
Hi Leela! No need to thaw it–you can put in the oven frozen as our writer Sally describes. So glad you enjoyed it!
Ok, will do. Thank you for the reply!
You’re welcome, Leela! That’s what we do. :D
Wasn’t quite as decadent as I was going for, based on the other recipes I’ve made from this site (which are almost always excellent!) I’ve been trying to eat more plant-based while my husband prefers steak and potatoes. I served this to him hoping he’d love it and he goes “butternut in a lasagna, eh?” I’ll definitely make it again since I love squash and lasagna, but it was pretty labor-intensive. Also, the edges of my parchment paper burned rather quickly in the 450 oven creating charred black paper all over my oven. Just a heads up to others.
I am not a huge fan of crusty lasagna top so what I do is I always finish with one layer of filling +sauce and cheese.
I can’t eat nightshades and have been craving lasagne! Can’t wait to make this.