Submitted by jirizarry on September 10, 2007 - 11:17am
Serves 1 long large piece of lasagna (8 inches) or two medium pieces (4 inches).
I was trying to create the roll-up lasagna posted on this website, but with a white ricotta-like filling. My zucchini was ripe but a bit hard to roll it up. It always ended craking. I thought that maybe I would have to soak it first, but I did not have time to soak it, so I came up with this layer lasagna using my ricotta recipe posted on this website, and the Marinara Sauce recipe posted by another member.
Submitted by jirizarry on September 10, 2007 - 10:54am
About 2 cups
I was trying to create a kind of ricotta caneloni using zucchini. I wanted a raw ricotta-like filling. I know a recipe using tofu, but tofu is cooked. So I thought about cawliflower and spitskool. Spitskool is the Dutch name of a kind of white cabbage. This one is not round, but kind of pear form like. I have no idea what is the English name of this cabbage. You can use any white cabbage type for this recipe.