After you've hosted a family dinner or a potluck, you may not be able to use all of your lasagna noodles in a single casserole, but there's no reason to let them go to waste. To make the most of your purchase and whip up something your whole family will love, try lasagna rolls!
According to the food blog Sunday Dinner and Then Some, start by cooking up veggies in a pan, such as mushrooms, peppers and plum tomatoes and then combine your choice of pasta sauce to the pan. Season with herbs and spices until you achieve the flavor profile you desire. While this is simmering, mix up a package of frozen chopped spinach and ricotta in a bowl, and put your lasagna noodles in a pot of boiling water until al dente.
When your ingredients are ready, spread the spinach and cheese mixture over the flattened noodles and roll them up. Place them on a cooking sheet and cover with the sauce and sprinkle a bit of mozzarella on top. Bake for about 15-20 minutes on 350 degrees Fahrenheit and you'll have a spectacular meal with simple ingredients you may have already had lying around.
You can speed along the cook time by investing in a convection oven, so look into the many Gerhards appliances that can improve the versatility of your kitchen.