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Monday, September 22, 2014

KIRKLAND ITALIAN SAUSAGE AND BEEF LASAGNA

KIRKLAND ITALIAN SAUSAGE AND BEEF LASAGNA
DINNER AT HOME

I like having a few precooked meals from Costco on hand for those nights when you need a quick meal for the family.  When I saw the beautifully layered Lasagna photo at Costco I grabbed it without hesitation.  At around $17 for two 3 pound trays I figured we could not go wrong as long as it tasted good.  Well the product tasted great and I will make sure we buy more of this Lasagna to keep in the freezer.  The Lasagna when first taken from the oven seemed a little oily but after letting it rest a few minutes and cutting it the oil absorbed into the pasta.  While I had dreams of the Lasagna looking like the photograph on the package, my portion came out looking like a blob.  After one bite I did not care about the look of the pasta.  It tasted great and filled me up.  My entire family liked this Lasagna.  My wife God Bless her gave the second package to a deserving family who's Mom is battling Cancer.  Cooking the Lasagna is a breeze.  Simply remove from the carton and cut two slits in the plastic covering.  Bake at 375 degrees for around 50 minutes.  Then remove the plastic cover and bake another 10 minutes until golden brown.  Oven temperatures may vary so keep an eye on the Lasagna when baking.  The ground meat should reach a minimum temperature of 160 degrees before serving.   Let the Lasagna rest a few minutes before cutting.

TWO 3LB PANS OF LASAGNA FROM COSTCO
SEPARATE PACKAGES AND COOK ONE OR BOTH




SIMPLY PUT TWO SLICES IN PLASTIC COVER AND BAKE IN OVEN AT 375 DEGREES FOR 50 MINUTES.  REMOVE THE PLASTIC FILM AND BAKE ADDITIONAL 10 MINUTES UNTIL GOLDEN BROWN.
FINISHED LASAGNA
CHEESY AND MEATY LASAGNA


KIRKLAND ITALIAN SAUSAGE AND BEEF LASAGNA
THE LASAGNA DID NOT LOOK GOOD WHEN CUT BUT THE FLAVOR WAS EXCELLENT


LEFTOVERS MAKE FOR A VERY FAST AND TASTY MEAL



15 comments:

  1. Thanks for the instructions and review as the boxes were given to me without instructions from a friend.!

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    1. my parents threw out the instructions after we cooked the first one in the twin pack . . . same boat.

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  2. This lasagna is so tasty.. Would buy it again Ina heart beat.. What other dinners do u recommend??

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  3. Love this lasagna, however, I usually forget to keep the baking instructions for the second one. Thank you for posting the temperature of oven and time.

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  4. Prefer this over Olive Garden's Lasagna. Delicious.
    Thank you for the instructions.

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  6. How long do you cook the meat lasagna from Costco if you're in the mountains?

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    1. Two hours for altitudes above 10,000 feet

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  7. I'm glad I found this page. Lost instructions to my Kirkland lasagna I had buried in my freezer :)

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  8. I'm not sure why everyone is so impressed with this lasagna. It's awful! It lacks flavor. Please add some seasoning, i.e. salt. It might just make it tolerable. I have another one in the freezer and I know where it will go...! Next time there's a food drive it will go to the needy. They might like it more than my mom and me. Please Costco, get rid of this lasagna, it's giving you a bad name. Sorry for the bad review, but honestly changes need to be made.

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  9. This is excellent lasagna. It has such taste and flavour with lots of cheese. Love it.
    We have served it many times and everyone thought it was home made, every single time ! When we tell them it is from Costco, they are surprised and go buy it for themselves
    Please Costco, DO NOT stop making it.

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  10. When cooking 2 6lbs thawed, in same oven , how long and what temp?

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  11. Ok. When we first started buying this a couple years ago it was delicious. When baked,it had a yummy oily sheen with the cheeses bubbling up with lots of yummy sausage and chunks of Italian tomatoes. It was also flavorful.
    What happened? Did they change the recipe? The last 3 tubs have been dry, unflavorful. Less cheese, meat and no tomato chunks.. just a bland sauce.
    We are bumbed. We loved this stuff. Now it just glop.

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  12. How long to cook and at what temp. if I want to cook them both at the same time.

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  13. Thank you! We lost the instructions!

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