A vegetarian lasagna? In my house? This was a bold move. There is ground rule in my house, they will try any meat and they will most likely like it. No, they are not against vegetarian dishes – but whenever I have brought up a vegetarian lasagna in the past I always got the same response, “Lasagna should have meat in it. Until now. Sorry folks. When I saw this recipe at Pinterest, I knew I had to make it. I LOVE cheese, pesto, spinach and mushrooms – so of course I should love it!
What is the best way to have mushrooms? With butter and garlic, of course! I was talking on Facebook the other day about how I will try to shy away from using those recipe-related superlative adjectives, like ultimate, perfect or Best Ever. Opting, instead, for a more provocative descriptive word, like Sensational. See these mushrooms? These mushrooms roasted in a hot oven taste Sensational, and I could literally have them for a side dish every.single.night. My friend, once you try these ultimate, perfect, best ever morsels, you’ll agree that they are truly sensational!
Would you like to try some of Olive Garden’s finest dishes in comfort of your own home. Oh. My. Goodness. There are no words to describe how yummy/delicious/exceptional/etc. but this is your recipe!! Seriously, try this delicious copycat recipe and you will not be disappointed, and everyone will leave your table with full, satisfied bellies. I promise!!
Want an appetizer that will have your guests raging for more? A mushroom cap stuffed with a glorious mixture and baked until golden brown and sizzling seems to me like a good choise. I spotted the idea on the wonderful comfort food blog the-girl-who-ate-everything. Try them next time you have friends over! bake them, freeze them, and reheat them later. They’re really very forgiving.