Chorizagna... My Mexican chorizo lasagna.. YUM!

Stephanie Beacham


If you like guacamole dollop a little bit on top before eating-- or some fresh pico de gallo yuummmm lol


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15 Min
30 Min


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1 box
lasagna noodles ready-bake
1 pkg
chorizo (mexican sausage, mild or medium
green pepper
1 medium
yellow onion
1 clove
1 can(s)
favorite spaghetti sauce
1 pkg
cheese (pepper jack cheese- if you like spicy)
3 Tbsp
vegetable oil
1 large
container of cottage cheese

How to Make Chorizagna... My Mexican chorizo lasagna.. YUM!


  • 1In a medium pan heat chorizo (if in casing, remove casing- we only need the filling :D) cook through & pour it in a dish to set to the side for now.
  • 2heat oil in pan. chop onion, green pepper & garlic & add to pan. heat until slightly translucent.
  • 3add sauce & chorizo to pan with onion mixture- keep on med heat until heated through.
  • 4break egg & add cottage cheese & mix in a bowl.
  • 5spray casserole dish with pam/grease with butter/whatever you prefer (i like pam :D)-- layer meat until covers bottom of dish, sprinkle cheese, then on top of that, drop spoonfulls of cottage cheese mixture and spread, then place the bake-ready lasagna strips over that(covering the cottage cheese)---- finish this process and end with either meat/cottage cheese--- top with remaining cheese and s&p
  • 6pop in oven and cook for 30-40 minutes. check it-- if its bubbling, it's done.. let sit for about 10 minutes/more--- ENJOY ;P

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About Chorizagna... My Mexican chorizo lasagna.. YUM!

Course/Dish: Pork, Casseroles
Main Ingredient: Pasta
Regional Style: Mexican
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids

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