Recipe Directions

Making the lasagna: Put thin slices of the zucchini on the bottom of a glass lasagna pan. Top this layer with a thin layer of the ricotta cheeze, top the cheeze layer with a layer of mushrooms, then again the zucchini, top that layer with the tomato sauce, top the tomato sauce layer with a layer of the sliced onions, red and yellow peppers, top that with a layer of more zucchini slices, layer on top of that with more ricotta cheese, then top it with a layer of the spinach leaves, top that with mushrooms, and then some marinated sliced onions, red and yellow peppers, then again with the zucchini and then top the whole thing with the tomato sauce and garnish the top with chopped olives and fresh basil leaves. Now, cover (plastic wrap) the lasagna and place it into the fridge to set up, about 3-5 hours.

That's it! It looks kinda hard, but if you break it down, it's really easy. You and your family are worth it! Make it once or twice a week. Add marinated eggplant as one of the layers, or your favorite veggie. You can cut a piece and put it into the dehydrator so it will get warm and then serve it. Raw food doesn't have to be served cold. Enjoy!

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RawGuru if you ever happen to see this... I made this last night and it turned out great for what was my first "big" raw recipe.

Only issue, it's very runny. I didn't let the sundried tomatoes dry for too long after I soaked them, could that be why? There's just a LOT of liquid in the plan. After I cut a few slices and then came back there was an inch or two of it where the slices were. I am hoping that letting it sit again over night (I was only able to let it sit a few hours before cutting it) will have firned it up a bit.

Any thoughts? The "cheez" and tomato sauce is GREAT and was quite tasty if I do say so myself!

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I had amazing lasagna at Pure on Valentine's Day and have been wanting a good recipe! Thanks so much, this looks absolutely amazing! I can't eat bell peppers so I may try the eggplant or more mushrooms.

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This looks really good!

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This and the other recipes you have posted look soooo yummy. Thank you.

A suggestion that might help those making a recipe like this one that has multiple stages is to list the preparation stages in time order. eg. onion and peppers (16 hours marinating), Ricotta (6 hours draining), ..., Tomato Sauce & Spinach mix (made just before ready to assemble). The way the recipe is currently listed one could easily miss a step that needs to be done multiple hours before assembly.

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