“Thou shalt not seethe a kid in it’s mother’s milk”
There are many interpretations of this commandment. Some that I have found:
2. “G-D created the world and every physical thing represents a metaphysical reality. Milk symbolizes life and meat symbolizes death. Life and death don’t mix, milk and meat don’t mix.”
3. I have also heard that “to kill a mother and its offspring at the same time reflects a lack of sensitivity to life that is inexcusable”
-9×13 pan (aluminum is fine)
-Oven ready/No boil lasagna noodles
-Homemade tomato sauce or jarred sauce (I recommend this marinara sauce )
-Shredded parmesan cheese
-Yellow Squash (sliced on a bias/angle)
-Zucchini (sliced on a bias/angle)
-Eggplant (sliced into thin rounds)
-Red onions (sliced into thin rounds)
-Fresh cut basil
1.Coat all veggies with olive oil and season with salt & pepper
2.Grill on both sides
3.Layer your pan with sauce/basil/pasta/sauce/basil/veggies/cheese(both)
4.Repeat the layers. I find that it helps to alternate the direction of noodles and veggies. For example, if you lay down your noodles horizontally, place your veggies vertically. Then, alternate. It helps to keep it all together.
5. Make sure that your top layer has a lot of sauce (it will help keep the entire dish moist & delicious) and top with lots of cheese.
6. Cover with aluminum foil and bake at 350 until a fork slides in and out easily when you pierce the noodles. Then, uncover and brown the cheese.
7. Allow it to sit for a little while before you cut your slices so it doesn’t fall apart.