Guy Fieri Eats BARBECUE Lasagna | Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

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BBQ Lasagna
Level: Intermediate
Total: 1 hr
Active: 30 min
Yield: 16 servings


20 sheets lasagna noodles
Cooking spray
1 quart barbecue sauce
4 quarts shredded sharp Cheddar-Monterey Jack cheese mix
2 pounds pulled pork
2 pounds smoked chicken, chopped
2 pounds Cajun sausage, cooked and chopped


Special equipment: a 4-inch-deep full-size hotel pan

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.

Boil the lasagna noodles for 9 minutes in a pot of salted water. When cooked, drain and transfer to an ice bath for 1 minute. Lay out the noodles on a large cookie sheet and spray with cooking spray.
In a 4-inch-deep full-size hotel pan, spread a layer of the barbecue sauce over the bottom. Arrange 5 slightly overlapping noodles to fully cover the bottom of the dish. Then spread a layer of pulled pork, followed by 5 ounces of the barbecue sauce and 1 quart of cheese. Continue layering with 5 more noodles, followed by a layer of smoked chicken, 5 ounces of barbecue sauce and 1 quart of cheese. Then create another layer with 5 more noodles, followed by a layer of Cajun sausage, 5 ounces of barbecue sauce and 1 quart of cheese. Finish with the remaining noodles, the rest of the barbecue sauce and the last quart of cheese.

Bake, uncovered, until cooked through, about 30 minutes.
This recipe was provided by a chef, restaurant or culinary professional. It has not been tested for home use.

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24 Replies to “Guy Fieri Eats BARBECUE Lasagna | Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives”

  1. That brisket and lasagna look amazing. I'm definitely going to try and round up my friends for a small trip out there(I'm about ~60 mi away) when we've gotten covid under control.

  2. Life isn't always easy. Stay Humble Brother. Do what you do best. Love others. Remember where you came from and who helped you to get there. Great job. Can't wait to come eat at your place.

  3. Al Borda, I'm sorry about the loss of your wife, but I'm overjoyed you're keeping it together and keeping on, I send you love man.

    This rather pleasantly staunch BBQ joint you got seems to really be satisfying the masses quite well and the Lasagna is an absolute GENIUS culinary move!!!

    Hey from Louisiana.

  4. Holly is smiling down at you every time someone takes a bite out of one of your delicious meals. I understand it's hard, but try to celebrate her life, and not mourn her death. Bodies are just a shell. Her spirit is alive with you everyday.

  5. the best food comes from people who are passionate about it and you can tell this guy is. I wasn't sure what to expect I thought they were about to smoke a lasagna but I can see that dish working

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