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Is It Okay To Boil Oven-Ready Lasagna Noodles?
If you often end up with mushy, overcooked lasagna, no-bake, oven-ready lasagna noodles are brilliant since there's no boiling required.
The Epicurious article, "Guys, Stop Boiling Your Lasagna Noodles Already," notes how challenging the uncooked version is to boil.
The article urges readers to use oven-ready lasagna noodles, which make the process of assembling lasagna easier and result in a better-finished product.
If you're making a lasagna to freeze, oven-ready noodles are the best choice. When in doubt about how to handle an ingredient, consult the source for best practices.
For example, to make lasagna rollups, Barilla suggests boiling Oven-Ready Lasagna for 3 to 5 minutes, while Ronzoni advises soaking the noodles in hot water for 10 to 15 minutes.