Why isn’t all lasagna like this? is a natural question to ask when consuming a low-carb lasagna.
Try this keto lasagna for a quick keto dinner recipe that the whole family will love. This low-carb lasagna recipe uses sliced deli chicken meat as the “noodle” component rather than layers of thinly sliced zucchini noodles or finely chopped cabbage.
The appearance and flavor of lasagna noodles are similar when deli chicken meat is used in place of the noodles. You definitely won’t miss any noodles in this flavorful Italian keto pasta recipe; in fact, your family probably won’t be able to tell that this is a noodle-less lasagna recipe due to how delicious it is.
This is a go-to keto dinner recipe for our family. The entire family enjoys it, and it only takes a little over 30 minutes to prepare and cook. It’s one of my website’s and YouTube channel’s most well-liked recipes. This meat sauce is made of layers of creamy cheeses, layers of red sauce, and ground beef or Italian sausage.
You can complete your Italian meal with a side salad or some keto breadsticks (er, parmesan bread puffs).
Try my keto skillet lasagna if you only have a few minutes to make dinner and don’t want to do a lot of dishes. This one-pot lasagna has all the mouthwatering Italian flavors without the hassle.
You wouldn’t believe how delicious lasagna noodles would taste if you used zucchini instead, especially in lasagne. It works well in many recipes as a gluten-free, keto-friendly, and Paleo substitute for lasagna noodles.
The trick is to slice the zucchini thinly so it doesn’t produce much water when baked, use bigger slices so you end up using less that would fit in your pan, roast the zucchini for about 15-20 minutes at 450 degrees, use less tomato sauce, and thicken your tomato sauce with any thickener of your choice. Most people may be concerned about using this alternative in Lasagne because it could produce a watery result.
After baking, allow the lasagna to cool for a few minutes to absorb any excess liquid.
Low Carb Noodle Free Lasagna Recipe
I make a hearty meat sauce that simmers for a few hours to meld the flavors, making this Low Carb Noodle Free Lasagna Recipe low in carbs but bursting with flavor. Dry red wine adds complexity and depth of flavor, while onion, garlic, and dried Italian herb mix provide savory aromatics. I season the ricotta mixture with herbs and spices before sprinkling melty mozzarella and salty Parmesan cheese on top of the entire casserole.
Both keto and non-keto diners will be requesting second helpings of this recipe for Low Carb Noodle Free Lasagna.
Is keto lasagna a freezer friendly meal?
Yes, you can prepare this keto lasagna recipe in advance and freeze it. I usually double the recipe and freeze one.
Make the lasagna in advance by cooking the ground beef and assembling the layers. In a sizable baking dish, arrange the sauce, keto lasagna noodles, red sauce beef mixture, and cheese. Wrap with plastic wrap and foil. For three to six months, keep low-carb lasagna in the freezer.
What can I use instead of lasagne sheets?
- Use uncooked rice paper sheets.
- Use slices of prosciutto to form a meaty layer.
- Use flatbreads for the pasta layers.
- Forget about the pasta sheets! …
- Instead of pasta, slice up vegetables such as zucchini, pumpkin, eggplant, and/or sweet potatoes. Sauté for about 30 seconds.
Can I use normal pasta instead of lasagne sheets?
Absolutely, you can use any pasta you want. Penne makes it easier to eat.
What is a healthier substitute for lasagna noodles?
Squash Noodles Another option for pasta made from vegetables, squash noodles are low in cholesterol and saturated fat and are packed with vitamins and nutrients, including vitamin B6, dietary fiber, and vitamin C.
What can I substitute for no-boil lasagna noodles?
Some claim that regular lasagna noodles can be used without being boiled. This is effective as long as they receive additional moisture during cooking, just like the no-boil noodles (either by soaking before assembling or by using a watery sauce and covering the dish).