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Layers and layers of Lasagna 🇮🇹

Layers and layers of Lasagna 🇮🇹
By CookUp • Issue #22 • View online
This week we’ll dive into Lasagna. Possibly one of the oldest types of pasta. This popular Italian dish is made of stacked layers of thin flat pasta alternating with fillings such as ragù (ground meats and tomato sauce), vegetables and cheese. The dish is typically topped with grated mozzarella cheese and then baked in the oven.
As with most other types of pasta, the Italian word is a plural form: lasagne meaning more than one sheet of lasagna, though in many other languages (and in the south of Italy) a derivative of the singular word lasagna is used. Let’s get to it and cook up some delicious lasagne/a of your own.
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Photo by Anna Guerrero
Photo by Anna Guerrero
“When the lasagna content in my blood gets low, I get mean!” Garfield (Jim Davis)
Very traditional
Classic Lasagna from Bologna
Easy Family Lasagna
Something different (and veggie)
Avocado Bechamel Lasagna
Mushroom Ragu Lasagna
Rainbow Lasagna
High Protein Vegan Lasagna
Summer Asparagus Lasagna
Next week
Next week we’ll dive into a highly popular Asian dish with its origins in China: Fried rice. Stay tuned and happy cooking!
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