Just about everyone loves lasagna, and with more recipes, there's more to love.
We all grew up eating pretty much the same lasagna—ground beef, red sauce, cheese and noodles. As delicious as it is, that lasagna is so last century.
With a little inspiration, today’s cook takes the basic idea of lasagna and changes, adds and subtracts to create something new. Nowadays, lasagna can include hazelnuts, butternut squash, zucchini and more. Some lasagnas don’t even require noodles, while lasagna rolls are made without the traditional rectangular baking dish.
Just about everyone loves lasagna, which is one reason it shows up so often in casual entertaining menus. Another is that it lets the host cook just one large item. Bread and salad from the store round out the meal.
Bring your crew together around a favorite that’s the same, but different. With more recipes for lasagna, there’s more to love.
Butternut squash and turnip greens—unlikely for lasagna, but so good.
A delicately flavored variation of lasagna using fish fillets and scallops.
Layers of tomatoes, spinach, cheese and pasta form a rich lasagna.
Silken tofu enhances the white sauce and combines with three other cheeses for a creamy, flavorful filling.
Cheddar lends this lasagna an interesting change-up.
Packed with three cheeses, spinach and broccoli, this lasagna is loaded with calcium for healthy bones.