You blurt out — “Clean up the mess again”? I know you’re tired of cleaning your stove or oven each time you cook. But now you can smile. The solution is right in front of you. Yes, it’s unconventional, and to some, even shocking! Brace up, because I’ll tell you — make lasagna in your dishwasher!
Come to think of it, this household appliance cleans itself up while you’re actually warming up a yummy family meal. Best part is — it’s everybody’s favorite — Lasagna. I’ve attached a video that shows you the dishwasher lasagna recipe and reveal how to use your dishwasher properly.
Yes, there’re countless naysayers with gazilions of doubts saying this lasagna dishwasher concoction will not work; so we got this video to prove them wrong.
Just to make sure you can double check what you need, I’ll give you the all important list.
* ½ jar of your favorite pasta sauce (Florentine Spinach & Cheese)
* 3 fresh lasagna pasta sheets (you can also use ‘oven-ready’ lasagna sheets)
* ½ 16.8 oz container of Ricotta cheese
* ½ package of mixed grated cheese
* 1 cup freshly chopped spinach
* Onion flakes
* Fine herbs
* Thick aluminum foil
Go ahead, impress your friends by preparing the unbelievable dishwasher lasagna meal. I know it’s crazy, but it’s also fun.
Original source of ingredients: WonderHowTo.com
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