Yes, or you can use ricotta. If you are using cottage cheese you will want to drain off the extra liquid and blend it before adding it to your lasagna.
yes but the flavor will change
Bleu Cheese, Goat Cheese, Mozzerella Cheese or even Parmasian Romano Cheese.
Calories, texture, and ricotta cheese is used for sometimes lasagna. I wouldn't put cottage cheese in lasagna if I were you.
No, you don't You can also use sour cream or cottage cheese also.
Your lasagna will suck. Go get some ricotta, then make it. Don't use cottage cheese - not as good. If you can't use dairy, then get something comparable made of soy. There's also similar cheese made from sheep or goat milk.
no cottage cheese is more creamy and is used for a spread ricotta cheese is used for lasagna and mannocoti
I have used it in lasagna, but as far as in any other receipr, I don't know.
Ricotta has a distinct flavor, but cottage cheese substitutes nicely if you don't have ricotta or are having trouble finding it. I use cottage cheese instead of ricotta in lasagna about 9 out of 10 times that I make it. It's just as delicious either way.
Ricotta does not melt - like cottage cheese does not melt either.
The predominant cheese used in lasagna is ricotta.
You can use goat cheese or riccota cheese. Although goat cheese is stronger than cottage cheese.