The box says oven ready. I tried them the first time without cooking and it did not work!!! They were crunchy and over all not good. This time I cooked them for about 10 minutes and then drained them.
The only complaint I have it they really stuck together, both while cooking and when I drained them. I had to run water over them and carefully pull them apart one by one. Also, they a bit shorter than a traditional lasagna noodle so I had to cut (or use the ripped pieces) to fill the pan.
But after getting the lasagna assembled it cooked beautifully and tasted wonderful.
I used my homemade ricotta with this (of course) and it made it absolutely delicious!
I would say the noodles were a success. It was so good that my husband had to double check with me that I used gluten free noodles, as he said, "This tastes so normal, are you sure you used gluten free noodles?"