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Here is a great Lasagna filling!
-1 block of firm tofu (herb or plain)
-1-2 tubs of Tofutti Better than Cream Cheese
-2-3 tbsp of lemon juice
-1 bag of fresh spinach leaves (chopped)
-salt and pepper to taste
-garlic and other seasonings (optional and to taste)
Press the excess water from the tofu, then chop up and place in a food processor. Blend til fairly smooth.
Then, place the tofu in a big bowl and blend in the cream cheese. (I use about 1 1/2 tubs of tofutti) Once blended, add the spinach and seasonings. You can also add grated Vegan Parmesan or any other cheeses you like.
Assemble your lasagna as normal and use this mixture to make a thick middle layer or two thinner ones. I also stuff Jumbo Shell pasta with it. Just place them in a single layer in a casserole, cover with sauce and bake.
I kind of experimented with this filling til I liked it and I find that it actually tastes better the next day, it’s much firmer and everyone who ate it, thought it was dairy cheese (yuck)