Here is a great dish I had at olive garden a month ago as an app. O.G. doesn't give out this recipe so here's my variation... very very good!!
Lasagna Fritta Makes 14 servings
2/3 c milk 1 c Parmesan cheese 6 oz Feta cheese ¼ tsp white pepper 1 TBSP butter 7 lasagna noodles 1 oz marinara sauce 1 oz Alfredo sauce
Boil and stir together butter, white pepper, milk, Parmesan, and feta cheese. Boil Lasagna noodles as directed. When the noodles are finished, spread a thin layer of cheese & milk mix along noodle and fold into 2 inch pieces. Let set in the freezer for 1 hour, placing something heavy on top to keep it together.
When you take them out of the freezer, cut the pieces in half long-ways.
Before you fry them, mix 1/4 c milk and 1 egg together and get a bowl ready with Italian bread crumbs.
then dip each piece in the milk/egg then the bread crumbs. NOW you can fry them. Fry at 350 degrees for 4 minutes
Spread Alfredo on the bottom of the serving plate, placing each piece in the sauce. Drizzle marinara sauce on top.
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