Lasagna Recipes

The main lasagna recipes are those with tomato and béchamel sauce. Lasagna is just another form of pasta and so, it also combines with a variety of spices.

Before preparing, you must have a meat tomato sauce and béchamel ready for use.

A good tomato sauce meat needs good ingredients because contribute greatly to a better end result.

You will need :

4 tablespoons extra virgin olive
200 g of ground beef (instead of the ground, it can be muted)
2 cans of peeled tomatoes
½ onion, chopped
2 pieces of chopped garlic
chopped parsley
some basil leaves (if you do not have them, do not worry)

How to do it:

Put oil in a pan (it is better to use a "high" pan to avoid splashing), turn on the gas and add the chopped onion. Leave it for a while, mixing it to prevent burning, then add the chopped garlic and ground meat.

After coloring for a while, add the tomatoes cut into medium sized pieces. Mix everything and let the high gas for some time. As it begins to boil, adjust the gas to prevent burns, but leave a little high. Stir occasionally.

When Italian tomato sauce is ready? When the oil is separated from the tomatoes. Just give ½ liter of milk, add 3 tablespoons of wheat flour and half a teaspoon of butter. Mix while low gas until is creamy. Then add salt and nutmeg.

Other than tomato and bechamel sauce, you will need Italian mozzarella and grated Grana Padano or Parmigiano Reggiano. Do not use cheese as a good cheese really makes the difference.

Lasagna packages say it does not need to be boiled before baking. (If you choose not to boil them, they will come less softy and the sauce did not mix well.)

Take a baking dish and start with a layer of tomato sauce, then lasagne sheets (no overlap) bechamel, tomato sauce, even pieces of mozzarella and grated Grana Padano.

Go ahead until the ingredients finish, taking care to end with tomato and cheese sauce.

Tip: After removing from oven, wait about 20 minutes before serving. This will allow the dough to absorb sauces and will be easier to cut and flavor will win.

Other recipes Lasagna:

A simple and original idea is to use pesto from lasagne sheets, adding grated Parmigiano Reggiano and less bechamel.

Another vegetarian recipe uses tomato sauce without meat. A unique vegetarian recipe using grilled eggplant between tomato sauce and béchamel.

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