Potato Lasagna

On Wednesday, I made potato pizza and shared them with my family. Today, I made potato lasagna for 1.

I had the idea for the lasagna when I was slicing the potatoes for the pizza and realized that if I shaved them really thin, they are flexible and noodle-like. So, when I had 2 potatoes left over, I decided that potato lasagna was a must for later in the week.

Ingredients:

1 potato, cut into super-thin slices using a peeler

1/3 cup mozzerella cheese

3/4 cup-ish tomato sauce

Parmasan cheese to taste

Directions

Preheat the oven to 375.

I used a small loaf pan to build my lasagna, which was the perfect size for one potato.

Simply layer the potato, sauce, and cheese like you would a regular lasagna.

Bake for 30 minutes…..or longer. I baked mine for 30 minutes but the potatoes came out just a bit too al dente. I think another 5-10 minutes and they would have been PERFECT!

lasagna-in-tin

Note that while this is not a small dish, the plate below is a salad plate

lasagna-on-plate

Though it could have used a few more minutes, this was pretty delicious and something I would definitely make again any time of the year.

Oh, and as for the other potato I had left after making the pizzas…it took an unfortunate dive into the trash while I was trying to peel it. Whoops!!

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3 Responses to Potato Lasagna

  1. Hil says:

    That looks extremely tasty.

  2. Justin says:

    That looks great! I’d ask you to make some for me even if it meant using the garbage potato. Guess I’ll just have to follow the recipe like everyone else…

  3. Jade says:

    So cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They look like the pizzas from hot lunch of yesteryears past.

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