The other day, I made lasagna. The recipe called for about half a box of noodles. But I don't do things by halves, so I made the whole dang box. Today, Ethan came up with a fantastic use for those leftover noodles.
We kept the noodles in the fridge in a freezer bag with a little bit of olive oil (to prevent sticking together).
First, he cut up the noodles into squares, and fried them up until crisp with a whole lot of garlic (can't get enough of it, ever.)
Once they were crispy, he sprinkled the crispy lasagna squares with a little bit of sea salt and parmesan.
I made a spread out of half chevre, and half home-made pesto. The combination was glorious. I did not want to share any.