One of the challenges of being in a CSA is using the combination of vegetables you are given in a certain week. You need to think outside of the ‘recipe box’ to use what you are given and not shop for certain ingredients. This dish is an example of what you can make out of any combination of vegetables from your share.
This was very simple. It took me less than 5 minutes to put together. You could use any combination of the vegetables, add different cheeses, use more or less sauce or add tomatoes, anything you want.
Here where I started.
I had some grilled kale and walking onions. I chopped them up a little.
I gathered what I had on hand to make lasagna.
Mixed the eggs with the ricotta.
And started layering the ingredients.
You have to smoosh the layers down before adding more or the lasagna falls apart when you cut it.
I only had one jar of tomato sauce and I thought the lasagna would be a little dry. So if your lasagna looks like this you might want to add a little liquid like more tomato sauce or broth, or even water. Those oven ready lasagna noodle suck up a lot of liquid.
I added (a little too much) wine.
I baked that for about an hour in a 350F preheated oven. and this is what I got.
Easy tasty, and good leftovers.
Have a great week and enjoy your vegetables.