Tuna Man-sagna! (aka: Super Easy Tuna Lasagna)

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Introduction: Tuna Man-sagna! (aka: Super Easy Tuna Lasagna)

About: I have always loved to cook and share my food with others. Whether exploring new recipes and foods from all over the world or cooking an old comfort food favourite. It is always important to cook with love...

So easy and delicious!!! My husband's recipe for Man-sagna - aka super easy tuna lasagna- no pre-cooking of sauces or pastasheets - ready in about 45 minutes or less from start to finish.  Just layer it all up and you are ready to bake!  No special skills required.  Perfect for a quick, tasty and healthy dinner - and no you don't have to be a man to make it! 

serves 3-4 people:

10-12 lasagna sheets
2 tins chopped tomatoes
2 tins tuna steak/chunks
1 tbs mixed herbs
1 tub cream cheese/ricotta (300-400g)
1 ball sliced mozzarella
150-200g strong cheese grated (e.g. mature cheddar, parmesan, pecorino)
(lots of) black pepper!


Step 1:

mix drained tuna with chopped tomatoes, add chopped herbs and season with (lots of!) black pepper. You can of course put as much black pepper as you like. Mr Man-sagna maker likes LOTS!!!!! of black pepper!

Step 2:

layer tomato and tuna mix with alternate layers of pasta sheets, cream cheese, and grated strong cheese

Step 3:

top the final cream cheese and strong cheese layer with the sliced mozzarella

Step 4:

bake in a 180C-200c oven for 30-40 minutes.  It's done when the pasta is cooked through and nicely golden on top. 

Step 5:

serve with a salad or veg of choice

I hope you enjoy! 

If you like it please vote for it on the Instructables Pasta Contest. 

Please check out my blog for my other recipes: 
http://chipbuttiesandnoodlesoup.blogspot.co.uk/

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    I hope you enjoy! Even though its so simple it is delicious - well worth a go :)