Stovetop Skillet Lasagna
Stovetop skillet lasagna is a simplified version of a family favorite dish, but it tastes just as good!
Stovetop skillet lasagna has all the yummy ingredients and great flavor of traditional lasagna, but it is made with far less steps and hassle.
My family loves this lasagna just as much as the one that I used to make (which took half a day to prep & assemble). This recipe is a keeper!
I made this in a 12′ Circulon skillet that I love, as it has tall sides and plenty of room. I’ve also used Lodge 12-Inch Cast Iron Skillet with excellent results. Any 12″ skillet with tall sides will work great for this recipe.
Note: I used regular lasagna noodles, but no-cook can be used. If using regular pasta, make sure the noodles are fully submerged in the sauce during cooking.
I refer often to Cook’s Illustrated “taste tests” when choosing between various brands at the grocery. Below, I share some of their recommendations for items called for in this recipe.
I hope you and your family enjoy this lasagna. I’d love to hear your thoughts, so please feel free to leave comments. Thanks so much for reading. Be blessed, and stay savvy! Who says lasagna can't be quick AND delicious? This stovetop skillet lasagna is both!
Stovetop Skillet Lasagna
Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 2000Total Fat 89gSaturated Fat 42gCholesterol 408mgSodium 6324mgCarbohydrates 83gSugar 24gProtein 211g
Who says lasagna can't be quick AND delicious? This stovetop skillet lasagna is both!
I hope your family enjoys this as much as mine does! I serve this with Pepperidge Farms Cheese and Garlic Bread or crusty French bread and salad. A winning combo!
Cook’s Illustrated Recommendations
No Boil Lasagna Noodles:
Barilla No Boil Lasagna (C.I. favorite) and Ronzoni Oven Ready Lasagna
Highly recommended: Hood Country Style Cottage Cheese
Recommended: Friendship 4% California Style and Breakstones 4% Small Curd
Recommended: Sorrento Whole Milk Mozzarella; Kraft Low-Moisture Part-Skim Mozzarella (block – not shredded); and Boar’s Head Whole Milk Low-Moisture Mozzarella
Supermarket Parmesan Cheese:
Recommended: Boar’s Head Parmigiano-Reggiano (winner) and Belgioioso Parmesan (Best Buy)
Supermarket Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO):
Highly recommended: Columela EVOO
Recommended: Lucini Italia Premium Select EVOO; Colavita EVOO
Jarred Pasta Sauce (can sub for tomato sauce):
Recommended: Bertolli Tomato and Basil
Grocery Store Beef Broth:
Recommended: Rachel Ray Stock-In-A-Box All Natural Beef Flavored and College Inn Bold Stock Tender Beef Flavor
Hi Pam! I did not cover the pan, although I am sure it wouldn’t hurt. The lasagna noodle pieces should be completely under the sauce, and that is what cooks them. Let me know how yours turns out!!!
Jamie, this looks so good! One question: do you cover the pan while the noodles are cooking?