Posole Lasagna a la Rachael Ray. My tweaks included halving the meat and adding in black beans.
If I made it again I’d have no issue going all black beans and I think going with a corn tortilla in this case might be the right move.
I did get it on the table in 40 minutes start to finish, which in my world includes clean as you go style kitchen work. Even though it used an inordinate amount of kitchen vessels, the kitchen did not look like a tornado swept through as I served the meal. If you’re adept in the kitchen don’t believe all the whiners who say it takes ages to make. It’s Rachael Ray. 30 minutes, with 10 minutes active cleaning time interspersed. Real talk.
Lasagne uses too many kitchen items period. Not necessary.
Aside from that, I was 3 bites into my honey-cumin-citrus vinaigrette dressed organic, local baby greens. They were fab. I went in for a 4th bite and was millimeters from stabbing my fork into a caterpillar the size of my pinky. I yelped. I fought my churning stomach. I commanded Ryan to take it away.
Ryan returned to the table to fine one of the buggers in his greens too. I cleaned them. I swear it did!
In any case, the fly in the soup mentality has taken hold of this meal. I will forever associate this recipe with caterpillars so fat and juicy from their fantastic, pesticide free fare that they looked positively steroidal.
Make it if you want, but maybe consider serving with a nice side of jicama slaw or something.