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No Boil Lasagna Noodles or Fresh Pasta Sheets

Dundie Feb 19, 2007 02:50 PM

I'm making a roasted veggie lasagna and the recipe calls for no boil lasagna noodles. I looked at a Fresh Faire Ralphs and Bristol Farms but neither store carries them. Anyone know where I can find them... I live in the South Bay, so the closer, the better.


Know where I can find fresh pasta sheets, again near the South Bay.


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  1. Debbie W RE: Dundie Feb 19, 2007 02:53 PM

    I've gotten them at Gelsons (Ronzoni, DeFino) and probably at regular Ralphs. This is a pretty standard item - I'm surprised your Ralphs didn't have it.

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      slacker RE: Dundie Feb 19, 2007 02:54 PM

      I saw some no boil lasagna pasta at Pavilions. Try your local Vons/pavilions.

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        vinosnob RE: Dundie Feb 19, 2007 03:06 PM

        I just used the no boil lasagna sheets last night. The brand was Barilla and purchased at Vons. I actually prefer this pasta to the typical fare because the no boil sheets are much thinner and not as dense.

        1. mnosyne RE: Dundie Feb 19, 2007 03:29 PM

          I purchased fresh pasta sheets at Whole Foods a few months back, and threw them into the freezer for later.

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            ladelfa RE: Dundie Feb 19, 2007 03:44 PM

            Actually, it turns out that any ordinary lasagna noodle will work in most of these recipes.

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              Nicole RE: Dundie Feb 19, 2007 04:01 PM

              Agreed, you may not have realized it but the Barilla lasagna noodles, commonly found in most supermarkets, are no boil. I've definitely seen them at Ralph's in Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach.

              1. Amuse Bouches RE: Dundie Feb 19, 2007 04:23 PM

                I've gotten fresh lasagna sheets at Trader Joe's.

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                  CarlieInLA RE: Amuse Bouches Feb 20, 2007 11:53 AM

                  The trader joe's fresh lasagna pasta is great. I highly recommend

                2. Dommy RE: Dundie Feb 20, 2007 12:12 PM

                  Divine Pasta Co at Cube on La Brea on Melrose has them!


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                    LMS1108 RE: Dundie Feb 20, 2007 03:06 PM

                    I tried using no boil noodles (Barilla?) and was incredibly disappointed in the wooden texture and lack of taste. I will never use them again.

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