Lasagna Bolloco in a Crock Pot

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About: I have been sewing and crafting for several years, my children are grown so now I have lots of time to be creative. I enjoy photography, cooking, cake decorating, painting and sharing my projects with others.

Are you searching for an easy recipe for dinner that you can throw in the Crock Pot? Have you got some leftover turkey from the holidays? Here's a spicy and delicious meal that is very simple to make. This is a twist on Pasta Bolloco, usually made with chicken. If your family loves green chile, this will be a big hit!

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Step 1: Ingredients

For this recipe you will need the following:

3 cups cooked turkey, cut up into bite size pieces (or 1 rotisserie chicken)

6 ounces shredded mozzarella cheese

2 jars Alfredo sauce (18-20 oz each)

uncooked lasagna noodles

1 cup roasted, peeled and chopped green chile, or 2 small cans

Step 2: Layer Ingredients

Turn Crock pot on low. Pour 1/2 jar of Alfredo sauce in the bottom of the crock pot.

Place a layer of uncooked lasagna noodles over sauce.

Place 1 cup of the turkey over pasta.

Place 1/3 cup of the green chile over turkey.

Sprinkle 1/3 of the mozzarella over green chile.

Top with 1/2 jar of Alfredo sauce.

Repeat and continue layering ingredients, ending with sauce.

Step 3: Cook

Cook on low for 4 hours. Do not stir.

Serve with garlic bread.

serves 6-8 people.

Enjoy!

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    chockenbury

    3 years ago

    might make this with out the chilies but looks good otherwise!

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    katvanlewchockenbury

    Reply 3 years ago

    I think sliced mushrooms would be a good substitute for the green chile.