Eat- Meatsagna

Oh hey, Keri… a lasagna built of mostly  meat?
That’s real gross and the low carbieness  has clearly broken your brain.
Bye now.

(Just helping you out by vocalizing what you are definitely possibly thinking.)

But wait- so tasty and quick!! Don’t  click away! It’s different, but the same. I bet it will be a crowd-pleaser for cold weather, and no grody pasta bloat either!
COME ON- MAKE ONE WITH ME!

What You Need:

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1 lb ground chicken  (oh look, Keri left it out of the picture. Gah, MONDAY.)
-1/2 teaspoon each Oregano and Basil
-Pizza Sauce (I find it is,usually lower in carbs per serving vs pasta sauce- but any tomato  sauce of your choosing is fine here)
– 8 ounce package deli sliced ham
-1 and 1/2 cup low fat cottage cheese
– 1 egg
– 1/ cup Mozzarella cheese shredded
What You Do:
Preheat oven to 350.
Mix the basil and oregano into the,ground,chicken.
Brown and crumble the seasoned chicken:

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Beat the egg lightly to blend yoke and white, and then add cottage cheese and stir together (like in this crummy  picture.)

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In a lightly greased square casserole dish, create solid layer of ham slices:

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Next sprinkle in half the ground chicken:

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Then spread half the cottage cheese mixture over that:

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And spread a layer of sauce over that:

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Annnnnnnd, repeat. I don’t worry about the ham layer being as complete on these layers:

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The remaining ground chicken and cheese mixture get layered on, then a final layer of ham and more sauce.
Sprinkle mozzarella cheese evenly on top.

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Bake at 350 for 30-35 minutes.
Let cool at least 5 minutes  before cutting, and take extra care to cut completely through bottom layer of ham.

Don’t be afraid, dig in!

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