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laur on 8.30.2015
Super yummy! Added fresh spinach that I wilted down and an extra clove of garlic. My baking dish required 12 noodles instead of 9.
Karla Jurentkuff on 7.1.2015
I’ve made this twice with huge complements! Yes, I did substitute roasted carrots and yellow squash for the chicken as I was cooking for a vegetarian the first time, and substituted cooked and chopped kale for the spinach the second time. Both times I used 12 lasagna noodles instead of 9 and had the perfect sauce to noodle ratio for our taste, but WOW, Anna’s cheese sauce sends this lasagna over the top. Delicious!
Nancy Mandelin on 1.25.2015
This was a big hit at my dinner party! Will definitely make agan!
Nikki Jones on 11.19.2014
Love this recipe! My 9×13 pan was filled to the max! Must say that I didn’t measure my amount of chicken as I used a Publix rotisserie chicken. Whatever came off the chicken, went Into the casserole. I had to put an “over flow” pan under my casserole dish. Only a few over-spill spots. Cheese sauce easy and delicious! Love this recipe! Recipe going into my “make again and again” recipe spot! A wonderous change to traditional lasagna recipes! Thank you, Thank you Anna, for a great recipe!
Mrs. Walls on 8.10.2014
This is a great recipe…the cheese sauce is the real winner. I also used a whole rotisserie chicken, broke down all the white and dark meat and it really was YUM! Everyone asked for seconds and thirds!
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Holly on 5.17.2019
Hi!! For the roux, can heavy whipping cream be used? Or is milk preferred??
schofield on 6.6.2015
Fabulous (and easy) dinner! Loved how quickly everything came together and I was on the road to good eating! My only suggestion is to use more lasagna noodles…Nine was not nearly enough and I had a very empty pan (empty of noodles…plenty of everything else). (I did use a 9×13) I would suggest cooking at least 15 noodles…my pan can hold four noodles across the pan and then one to one and a half to fill in at the bottom of the pan. Thanks for sharing!
Lauren on 8.27.2013
This was incredible! I had some guests coming over last minute and decided to make this. They raved over the recipe and ate every last bite of it.
MODIFICATIONS: used rotisserie chicken instead of diced chicken breast; omitted onion (had a picky eater) and used some onion powder.
SERVED WITH: garlic breadsticks and Cesar salad.
I will definitely make this again! When my friends leave town for work/vacation I’m thinking this will be a great dish to make (along with some cooked breadsticks and a salad – dessing on side) and leave in their fridges on the day they are returning.