Have been attempting to befriend my slow cooker, and despite a lot of researching, I have still had 2 duds, but this one was a winner.
I made it exactly as the recipe but did cook the meat separately and drained most of the fat. It still has a bit of oil in it--plenty enough to be good. Topped with a thick plain yogurt, cheddar cheese, and some crushed tortilla chips. Really, really yummy and easy. Thanks.
After putting all the ingredients in, I remembered I'm not a big fan of cinnamon and pork from a recipe I didn't like long ago, so I added another tsp of cumin and some paprika and pepper to make the cinnamon less prominent.
Once I added the bbq sauce and then put the sandwich together with some basic coleslow, OMG! SO good. For me, it became a fantastic recipe with the bbq sauce on it.
I used this simple barbeque sauce which took just 5 min to put together. http://webcache.googleusercontent.com...
Thanks for a keeper!
This is the second noodleless lasagna I've tried. The other one had little tricks for keeping the water out but it didn't work. This one came out great! It was a nice firm lasagna, it smelled so good cooking, looked beautiful.
The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars---Roasting the zucchini was a guess as to how to do it--temp or way. I assumed with oil b/c that's how veggies are usually roasted, but I did one batch as a dry roast and those worked out better--I dried both the oil roasted and dry roasted ones with paper towels as both had moisture.
I live in a country with no cottage cheese...boo...so used ricotta and it was delish.
Thanks for finally helping me find a good gluten free lasagna dish.