I made a poll on the facebook group I admin as I needed some inspiration for my next series of posts. I added Italian, Portuguese, African and Asian as options, and Italian won by far (shame on you that do not know Portuguese cuisine and did not vote for it, tsk tsk tsk, ahahahaha.
Following that I made a list of all recipes I want to make (they will be posted interspersed with other recipes from different cuisines), and the first is this delicious lasagna. I always test my recipes before posting and I can guarantee you, that otherwise stated, all of them are original (I see so many bloggers copying recipes, with almost no changes, and never giving credit, which I find awful), and this one is no exception.
It is creamy, decadent, and I promise you will not need or crave the pasta. Even my son, that does not intend to eat low carb, loved it!
I hate to have to say this, but again, engagement is very important. I pay my site (and it is not cheap), my recipe cards, I pay the ingredients and all costs associated with my recipes. If you like my recipes, the only way I have to survive in this tough, and sometimes ugly bloggers world, is to get real, organic engagement from real people. If I do not, my blog will NEVER appear on searches, or be found by other people. Sometimes (like with the yeast bread I recently posted) I have hundreds of views, hundreds of prints (yes, we can see how many took prints, or printed/copied the recipe), and ZERO likes. The comments are always from my usual beloved “fans” like Kat, Wendy, Yvonne, Christine, Katherine, John, and a few more. I mean, you visit the site, you do like the recipe as you copy/print it, and do not leave at least a like? Show some appreciation, we recipe developers do it with love, hard work and costs, and not being rewarded with at least a like is very disheartening. Thanks, rant over!
Spinach, cabbage and ricotta “lasagna”