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If you've used uncooked noodles before, I think this would work. Just take them out of the fridge
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Posted to Thread #18262 at 1:08 am on May 25, 2010
an hour or two before you bake them. A really cold lasagna takes a long time to cook through and could dry out in the process.
Is your event tomorrow? Are you baking them on site or baking them at home for reheating?
The same holds true if you're reheating at the site--let them sit an hour or two--you may not need to use a cooler to transport them. Of course, don't let them sit longer than that and reheat them thoroughly for safety!
Other messages in this thread:
- 18262. Sorry for all the lasagna posts, but I have another question. - Dawn_MO - 11:00pm on 05/24/10 (7)
- If you've used uncooked noodles before, I think this would work. Just take them out of the fridge - Joe - 1:08am on 05/25/10
- My event is tomorrow. I was going to bake them here and transport to the farm. - Dawn_MO - 1:18am on 05/25/10
- Sounds like a plan. If you have any extra sauce for serving, - Joe - 1:57am on 05/25/10
- Yes, and it cuts so much neater when it has set awhile. Extra sauce for me, please! *g* [NT] - cheezz - 5:00am on 05/25/10
- Thank you everyone! Everything went great. I managed to time everything very well - Dawn_MO - 4:07am on 05/26/10
- Good news! Vegetarian options are always appreciated, even by non-vegetarians. - Joe - 5:38am on 05/26/10
- Wonderful! Teachers always deserve to be recognized! What a great catering experience for you! [NT] - barb_b - 2:25pm on 05/26/10