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from US 1 Box Lasagna Noodles cooked 1/2 lb. Butter or Margarine For Filling: 1 lb. Feta Cheese 1/2 Bunch Dill or Flat Parsley leaves 1/2 t. Sp. Black Pepper or more to taste 2 Large or 3 medium eggs For Sauce: 9 Tb. Sp. Butter 9 Tb. Sp. Flour 3 Cup whole Milk 4 Medium Eggs 1/2 t. Sp. Salt 1/4 t. Sp. Black pepper 3 Tb. Sp. grated Parmesan Cheese (optional) Filling: Slice feta cheese and soak in cold water 1 hour to take the salt out. Then crumble with a fork. Mix with chopped parsley leaves and black pepper. Add 3 eggs and stir well. Sauce: Melt butter and add flour stirring with a wooden spoon. When bubble starts add warm milk while stirring. Careful not to have lumps! On a low heat simmer to make a thick sauce. Add salt and black pepper. Add eggs one by one , stir well after each egg . Add parmesan, stir well. Putting together: Grease an oven pan (10" by 14" about) with butter. Put one layer of cooked lasagna. Sprinkle 2 Tb. Sp. of melted butter. Pour 1/2 Tb. Sp. of sauce on 6 or 7 places. Repeat this until you use half of lasagna noodles. Spread the filling evenly. Finish with the rest of the lasagna the same way. Cover the top with the remaining sauce. Decorate with slices of orange colored cheese (optional). Bake at 350 degree F. for an hour or little more until cheese melt and sauce becomes light brown. Let stay about 15 minutes and serve warm. 8-10 servings

Feta Cheese Lasagna


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1 Box Lasagna
Noodles cooked
1/2 lb.
Butter or Margarine
For Filling:
1 lb.
Feta Cheese
1/2 Bunch
Dill or Flat Parsley leaves
1/2 t. Sp. Black Pepper or more to taste
2 Large or 3 medium
eggs

For
Sauce:
9 Tb. Sp.
Butter
9 Tb. Sp.
Flour
3 Cup whole
Milk
4 Medium
Eggs
1/2 t. Sp.
Salt
1/4 t. Sp. Black pepper
3 Tb. Sp. grated
Parmesan
Cheese (optional)

Filling:
Slice
feta
cheese and soak in cold water 1 hour to take the salt out. Then crumble with a fork. Mix with chopped parsley leaves and black pepper. Add 3 eggs and stir well.

Sauce:
Melt butter and add flour stirring with a wooden spoon. When bubble starts add warm milk while stirring. Careful not to have lumps! On a low heat simmer to make a thick sauce. Add salt and black pepper. Add
eggs one by one , stir well after each egg . Add parmesan, stir well.

Putting together:
Grease an oven pan (10" by 14" about) with butter. Put one layer of cooked lasagna. Sprinkle 2 Tb. Sp. of melted butter. Pour 1/2 Tb. Sp. of sauce on 6 or 7 places. Repeat this until you use half of lasagna noodles. Spread the filling evenly. Finish with the rest of the lasagna the same way. Cover the top with the remaining sauce. Decorate with slices of orange colored cheese (optional). Bake at 350 degree F. for an hour or little more until cheese melt and sauce becomes light brown.

Let stay about 15 minutes and serve warm.

8-10 servings



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