It was what’s for Dinner 2

It was a plan ahead item but doesn’t have to be. I saw this online somewhere but forget where and adapted it to my family’s taste. I generally serve 2- 3 per adult and 1 to Doodle.

Cupcake Lasagnes
1 package of wonton wrappers
1/2 pound of browned sausage
1-2 jars of spagetti sauce
2 (or more) cups mozzerella cheese
1/2 15 ounce container of ricotta cheese
1/4-1/2 cup parmeasan-romano cheese
cupcake pan
Italian spices – oregano, basil, garlic

So this can be made ahead but if you’re not doing that, preheat the oven, while you’re browning the meat.  Liberally oil the cupcake pan anywhere cheese might touch, especially in the cupcake parts.  Place on wonton wrapper in each cupcake pan.  Mix ricotta, parm-romano, 1/3-1/2 of the mozzerella, and the spices.  Add generous teaspoon of cheese mixture to each cupcake.  Add some sausage.  Add generous tablespoon of sauce.  Add another wrapper and sort of smoosh it down; this wrapper should be at a different angle than the first one so you could see all 8 corners.  Repeat cheese, sausage, sauce and wrapper.  Typically, I’m out of cheese mixture and sausage after 2 layers.  The third wrapper is layered with the leftover suace and topped off with the leftover mozzerella.  Bake at 400 degree F for 20 minutes.  They are tricky to get out unless you’ve liberally oiled in step one.

This time, my cupcakes sat in my fridge for a week before heating and eating.  We also had a salad and garlic bread.  This could be frozen too but to keep their shape should be reheated in a cupcake pan.

I originally saw this on the internet.  Unfortunately, at this point, I forget where.

– Cupcake-inspired

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