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Slow Cooked Lasagna
- (Slow cooking) A slow cooker, Crock-Pot (a US trademark that is often used generically), or Slo-Cooker (a UK trade mark that is often used generically) is a countertop electrical cooking appliance that maintains a relatively low temperature compared to other cooking methods (such as baking,
- (Slow cooking) A process of cooking at a low temperature for a long period of time, also known as smoking, which uses wood chips that have been soaked in water.
- (Slow Cook) to cook for a prolonged period of time over low heat
- baked dish of layers of lasagna pasta with sauce and cheese and meat or vegetables
- very wide flat strips of pasta
- Pasta in the form of wide strips
- Lasagna is a classic Italian pasta casserole dish which consists of alternate layers of pasta, cheese, a sauce, and often other ingredients. As with many Italian dishes, significant regional variations exist.
- A baked Italian dish consisting of this cooked and layered with meat or vegetables, cheese, and tomato sauce
So come back soon... (Kouzzina - Boardwalk)
And an excited best friend/disney buddy.
That is why we ate here.
Cool restaurant...wonderful interior and atmosphere. The food...well, I'm not a big fan of greek. So that's strike one. But I figured I'd try something new! And I figured I'd try the "Kouzzina Trio" which was "Tasting size portions of Greek-style Lasagna, Char-grilled Lamb Burger,
and Cinnamon-stewed Chicken with Orzo."
Yea I should have gone with my initial instinct of just the Cinnamon-stewed chicken with orzo, which was the only good part of the trio. The burger...was just not good. Denise agreed. The Lasagna wasn't too bad...but wasn't great. Chicken was pretty decent. What WAS good, was the "Slow-cooked
Lamb Shank" Denise got.
After seasoning and searing, before slow
It was about 15% bigger. It would shrink to about half, after cooking.
- Coat liberally in Hungarian sweet paprika, kosher salt, some black pepper, and a little red pepper flakes. (I like to sear both sides before cooking.)
- Lay on a bed of fresh onion rings in a big roaster or lasagna
pan, drizzle a couple tbsp of veg oil over it and cover tightly with foil.
- cook at 350 for about 3 hours, for 3-4 lbs. or until it "strings" and falls apart.
- let rest for 15 or 20 minutes. Waiting even longer makes it easier to cut.
Use leftovers for sandwiches but don't over-reheat or the meat will lose a lot of flavor. It's weird but I've definitely noticed a difference.
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