Friday, April 1, 2011

Sausage, Chard + Lemon Lasagna (See Jane Cook)


a generous piece for me
Last week, I tweeted that my sister sent me this Martha Stewart recipe to make for dinner that night.  As soon as I saw the three main ingredients, sausage, chard, and lemon, I was sold.  Bright colors and refreshing twists on a classic recipe make for an exciting culinary experience.  It wasn't as heavy as a traditional lasagna and I actually felt sort of healthy for eating it as I was getting a hefty serving of greens.  Eric thought the lemon was a bit overkill (there are two layers of lemon slices), so if you think it might be a little much, I would reduce it to a single layer of lemons on top.

be sure to wash the chard
chard + lemon
ready for the oven

Have a great weekend!

22 comments

Amber's Notebook said...

I should not read food posts at this time of night! Really what was I thinking?
In any case sounds fresh and delish! When i can come over for dinner again??
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Kendra said...

This looks delicious! Your pictures always make the meals look amazing!

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Collette Osuna said...

Nice....I dont eat meat, but I bet I could use the substitute meat instead.....:)

RosaLovesDC said...

Lovely! Have a wonderful weekend.

Cassie Lee said...

It looks delicious--anything green and leafy like chard and I'm sold. Have a great weekend!

Collections said...

Wow this looks delicious! I've never had chard before, what does it taste like? I'm a huge fan of lemon so this is definitely the recipe for me. The picture you took of the water and the chard is really gorgeous. Happy Weekend!

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Taylor said...

yum yum! it looks delicious AND pretty!

Valerie said...

Lasagna is one of my favorite meals ever. I actually made a turkey one this week. Your version looks insane. I definitely have to try it out. Have a great weekend!

Kayla said...

Looks so good. How can you beat that combo?

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Alicia said...

Wow this sounds like quite the lasanga combo! I would definitely be willing to try it but agree with Eric, I'm sure i would prefer less lemons too.

Josie said...

This looks absolutely AMAZING, Anna! So delicious and fresh for spring... Love it!
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FRANKIE HEARTS FASHION said...

You had me at chard...Love it! This looks delish. Hope you have a good weekend lady! xo

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this free bird said...

i've gotta run away from here. shred.

xo,
c

idratherbeshopping said...

looks DELISH! definitely want to give it a try!

have a lovely weekend :)

xo,
joAnn

TheChambrayCountess said...

Ummm, yum! I totally want to make this!

Nicole Marie said...

oh looks so good!

Hayley said...

mmmmmm. May just have to make that tonight...

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La Petite Olga said...

This looks so delicious!! Love everything with lemon :)

xx Olga
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Ashley [Free Honey] said...

Ummm, I don't even know what chard is. I feel as though this is a sign of my terrible eating habits...I'm going to wikipedia it ASAP. Is it the new kale? But the bottom line is that your meal looks delicious and I would eat it even though I have never even heard of the main ingredient...I feel as though this says A LOT.

xo, Ashley

20 York Street said...

Oh wow, that looks really delicious! I don't think I ever had chards!

besos,

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