20 responses

  1. shii
    August 19, 2009

    cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ill try this recipe :) im a big fan hehe XD!

  2. beth
    August 19, 2009

    yummy…thanks and God bless you always…

  3. yheng
    August 19, 2009

    how can i sign up here on your site.,., thank you p0h., i one of your moms student.,. thank you.,.

  4. yheng
    August 19, 2009

    i see ur lasgna is so yummy.,.

  5. Panlasang Pinoy
    August 22, 2009

    Thanks beth

  6. Panlasang Pinoy
    August 22, 2009

    Please let me know of the results lhaykha

  7. Panlasang Pinoy
    August 22, 2009

    Thanks chinks

  8. Panlasang Pinoy
    August 22, 2009

    Thanks for visiting yheng. I appreciate your comment too.

  9. angelyk
    August 29, 2009

    my husband wants me to try this, it’s my first time to cook! and hopefully that i’m gonna make it right. thank you for featuring this. now, it gives me an idea on how to cook it and gives me courage to cook it for him. thanks again!

  10. apple
    September 2, 2009

    hello,,i did’nt know that you can use ricotta cheese to make bechamèl sauce or the white sauce..usually we use flour,butter,milk,nutmeg and a pinch of salt..with no sugar on it,,

    • chubs
      April 23, 2011

      can i use oregano? instead of parseley? ty

  11. Panlasang Pinoy
    September 2, 2009

    Hi apple, I also do that and the Mornay sauce when I cook basic lasagna. It’s just that my taste buds are longing for something different and I found the taste that I like in this recipe.

  12. christine de jesus
    October 10, 2010

    is there a simpler way to cook this…i mean can you suggest ingrediants thatare readily available in local market…a THRIFTY LASAGANA perhaps…thanks….

  13. mapi
    November 2, 2010

    hi sir!
    question po. I have a small baking dish (8×11 lang) and I want to try your recipe. If I use just half of the ingredients, do I need to adjust the baking time also or pareho lang po? thank you so much. :)

  14. Chie
    November 25, 2010

    I’m planning to prepare the lasagna in the morning, then serve in the evening…

    Is it ok to do the (first) baking with aluminum foil cover in the morning then do the 2nd baking without cover in the evening, just in time for dinner?

    Will this 5-6 hour gap affect the result? Or I really have to do the 2nd baking immediately after the first?

    Thank you so much! I really love your recipes. It’s always perfect!

  15. TGP_papi
    December 29, 2010

    hope you have an option on metric mesurements….. thanks

  16. Joan
    September 9, 2011

    Hi po! This looks very yummy! My husband and I want to try this but we don’t have an oven. We plan to use a microwave. Ano po yung time and microwave power (High/Medium) that we can use to cook this? Thank you. :)

  17. Vanjo Merano
    April 19, 2014

    Hi Mark, I understand your concern, but there are no alternative to the cheeses in this recipe. You can always change the type of cheese, but there will be a big difference in the final result of the dish.

  18. Panlasang Pinoy
    August 22, 2009

    Hi there yheng. It’s nice to hear from you? How are you guys doing there at Sta. Monica?

    You can add panlasangpinoy via RSS or facebook so that you can be updated. I’ll also be placing an email subscription link soon. Enjoy your stay :)

  19. Panlasang Pinoy
    August 22, 2009

    shii, I would love to hear your feedback. Thank you

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