V is for Vegetarian Lasagna #atozchallenge

And That Kills the Deal

Marco thinks Ginny’s special.

Ginny thinks Marco could be the one.

“I love this menu look—”

“—veal marasala!”

“—veggie lasagne!”

Ginny frowns. “Veal?”

He nods.

She smiles her best smile, stands and holds out her hand. “Nice to meet you.”

He raises an eyebrow. No doubt a vegan nut-job. Bullet dodged.


I have to admit that I have not cooked lasagna since I became vegetarian/pescatarian, mostly because I have not found a recipe that appeals. Do you have one? Want to share? Here are a couple that I’ve found.

This one calls itself the best vegetarian lasagna. I’m not sure zucchini, which I really have nothing against, should be in the best vegetarian lasagna.

The best vegetable lasagna

Wow! Far too many zucchini lasagna’s out there. Here’s a different one. I’m still searching for one I’ll actually cook.

Eggplant Lasagna

The best veggie lasagna I’ve ever tasted was spinach with a touch of nutmeg. I wonder if the restaurant would share their recipe? hmmmm

6 thoughts on “V is for Vegetarian Lasagna #atozchallenge

  1. Lasagna is always amazing but it’s so much work! Chef’s Magazine (America’s Test Kitchen) has an amazing mushroom lasagna but I couldn’t find the recipe online. ☹ (It’s in one of my cook books.) It’s divine, which is good because it lasts us a week. It too has a smidge of nutmeg.

    Darn! Now I want lasagna. 😂

  2. I had really good veggie lasagna at a hospital cafeteria. And the Wegman’s grocery store frozen veggie lasagna is pretty good. (My spouse even admitted it wasn’t as bad as expected, which is the nicest thing Snookums says about prepared dishes…)

    I hope you and yours are staying safe and healthy during this difficult time.

    J Lenni Dorner~ Co-host of the #AtoZchallenge, Debut Author Interviewer, Reference& Speculative Fiction Author

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