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This was EXCELLENT.. and we're not vegetarians. My 2 year old now has a new favorite -- she ate 3 servings! The tofu almost faked my husband out (he thought it was ricotta) and he cringes at the thought of tofu!:) He also had seconds. I used Barilla no boil lasagne noodles (easy!) wound up using a whole jar of sauce (Ragu Robusto Garlic) almost doubled the mozarella. Next time I think I will add the spinach and artichokes someone else mentioned plus some ricotta cheese. This was wonderful.. thanks for sharing your recipe!
Made a few modifications as well - diced and sauted 3 cloves of garlic and one each of the following: zuccini onion red pepper or green pepper mushrooms with some olive oil and salt & pepper - then added it to the mixture of tofu pasta sauce eggs and instead of milk i added light ricotta cheese. I baked this with whole wheat noodles and light mozza cheese - turned out fantastic better than any beef or chicken lasagna! This has become a permanent recipe in my books!
I have been making this for a couple years now and I still love it! We use brown rice lasagna noodles and I also add a zucchini mushrooms spinach peppers and onion to the sauce mixture. I have fed this to many meat eaters who say they didn't even miss the meat AND they didn't even realize it was tofu! I usually can make two dishes (the second a smaller size) and freeze one for later. It is best cooked the day before and re-heated for dinner.
This lasagna is delicious! I've made it twice now (in 2 weeks). The first time I ended up with too-little sauce so the 2nd time I doubled everything except the tofu noodles eggs & milk. 2 cups of cheese seemed to be enough but you might want a touch more. I added spinach (4-5 cups chopped) one onion and 2 cloves of pressed garlic. It is seriously the most delicious thing I've ever made but I highly recommend adding more ingredients.
So I decided to make changes in the way I eat this was my first Tofu "experiment" and I was very surprised with the outcome. Needless to say it came out fantastic and quite similar to the photo. I used shredded Parmesan instead of grated but it made no difference. My roommates and all our unexpected company enjoyed it as well. Def a must make again!