It has been a while since I've posted any kind of recipe or link to a recipe on this thing. Last night, though, I cooked dinner following a recipe I found here. Technically? I didn't "find" it there, I was directed to it from here.
I thought I should be clear.
Now that I have cleared that up? All I can say is (1) if you enjoy homemade Mexican style food and (2) if you are looking for something super quick and simple to make and (3) if you love leftovers...
About the only change I made to my first attempt at this recipe was I left out the diced tomatoes. My 12 year old can't stand them so I figured "ah...they're in the salsa, why extra?" and just left them out. Didn't hurt it one bit.
Also? Pay attention to your layers. I was talking homework with said 12 year old and trying to get the new dog (who is, by the way, now named Bandit - no longer Joe) to remember his manners and stay out of the kitchen when food is present so I forgot the cheese in the first layer of the lasagna. Not a deal-breaker mind you but highly disappointing if you love that ooey gooey-ness of a TON of cheese.
The biggest regret? Not a single picture was taken in the making of said lasagna. I really don't think about my blog too much in my everyday life...
And finally? I know the recipe calls for you to bake it for 30-35 minutes but check it. I only cooked it for 30 and probably could have gotten away with 25. The cheese on top was just starting to burn when I pulled it out so we have a couple of icky spots on the top. At about 25 minutes, I think, it would have been positive perfection.