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Lasagna last night!

disabledDKdisabledDK Posts: 64
edited 11:30PM in EggHead Forum
Hi everyone! The wife and I were watching Emeril the other night and he was making Lasagna. When I got home from work last night Sheri surprised me with Lasagna, wasn't cooked yet, so I suggested to cook it in the egg. I put a fresh load of lump in the egg and got it up to 350 degrees(with a plate setter and piza stone). I cooked it covered for appx. 35-40 min., uncovered and an additional 10-15 min. All I can say is I hope there is leftovers when I get home tonight(Sheri gets home before I do). Very good, with a twist a smoke/brick oven flavor. Not sure if anyone has tried this yet, but just wanted to share, the info that is, not the lasagna {:)[p]DK

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  • thetrimthetrim Posts: 7,375
    I love lasagna.  I bet it would be great on the egg.
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  • HubHub Posts: 756
    Hi everyone! The wife and I were watching Emeril the other night and he was making Lasagna. When I got home from work last night Sheri surprised me with Lasagna, wasn't cooked yet, so I suggested to cook it in the egg. I put a fresh load of lump in the egg and got it up to 350 degrees(with a plate setter and piza stone). I cooked it covered for appx. 35-40 min., uncovered and an additional 10-15 min. All I can say is I hope there is leftovers when I get home tonight(Sheri gets home before I do). Very good, with a twist a smoke/brick oven flavor. Not sure if anyone has tried this yet, but just wanted to share, the info that is, not the lasagna {:)[p]DK
    Sounds awesome.  That subtle smoke flavor makes many things great.  You didn't take a photo? If you didn't take a photo it never really happened!
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    Ubi panis, ibi patria.
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