All those five-star reviews for Rachael Ray’s top-rated Food Network recipe are well-deserved.


All those five-star reviews for Rachael Ray’s top-rated Food Network recipe are well-deserved.

It’s easy to forget that Food Network helped Rachael Ray become a household name.

Ray began hosting other programs on the cable station through shows like her popular 30-Minute Meals, and eventually landed her own talk show.

She hasn’t deviated from her first love of food, though.

Her most popular recipe on the Food Network website has nearly 1000 five-star reviews, and you’ll see why once you see why.

Ray’s lasagna is simple to make, with only a dozen ingredients; plus, the majority of the ingredients are pantry staples.

Olive oil, ground chicken breast, chili powder, ground cumin, chopped red onion, black beans, taco sauce or diced tomatoes, corn kernels, spinach flour tortillas, shredded Cheddar cheese, chopped scallions, and salt are required to make this recipe.

You can use any kind of ground meat you like instead of the chicken, Ray says in a video from her talk show (see below), in which she demonstrates the recipe: “You can mix beef and pork.”

“You can also add chorizo if you want it to be extra spicy.”

Depending on how many people you’re feeding and how meaty you like it, use a pound and a half to two pounds.”

Ray made the lasagna with spinach tortillas in the Food Network video, but she used no-boil lasagna noodles on her talk show.

In any case, home cooks can choose from a variety of delectable alternatives that will suffice.

Brown the meat of your choice first.

Salt and pepper as you go through the recipe, starting with the chopped onion and ending with “a couple of chili peppers.”

Ray adds the seasonings and water “to loosen this up a little bit and pick up the bits from the bottom of the pan,” noting that the lasagna meat will be “spiced up like a taco.”

She then adds the beans and corn, followed by two cans of diced tomatoes with chilies.

The flour tortillas are cut in half “to make layering them in the pan a little easier.”

The lasagna pan is greased “with just a touch of EVOO,” and the layering begins: “about half the meat” goes in the bottom, then a layer of cheddar cheese, then a layer of spinach…

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