If you don't have elaborate plans for tonight but are still looking to celebrate Easter in a special way, then this festive lasagna is calling your name. Not only is this contemporary twist on the traditional Italian staple a cinch to make, but it also couldn't be more seasonally appropriate with ham and our favorite Spring vegetable, asparagus. Ring in the holiday when you read more
Although this hearty dish is called a "lasagna," it's somewhere between the classic potato gratin and the old-school casserole. Layers of thinly sliced potatoes are topped with canned tomatoes and a bacon-spinach mixture. Grated cheese finishes off the one-pan meal that pairs perfectly with a simple green salad.
While it needs 45 minutes in the oven, the prep time is minimal. To learn how to make this crowd-pleasing, innovative dish, read more
As much as I love making a slow-cooking lasagna, sometimes there isn't enough time. On days when you crave the comforting Italian dish, but are too busy to slave over the stove, consider making this hassle-free variation.
All the flavors of a classic lasagna — tomato sauce, thick pasta, melted cheese — are present in the quick recipe. The secret is to use store-bought ravioli instead of lasagna noodles. Interested in the recipe? Please read more
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About a month ago, I got an intense craving for lasagna. I spent way too much time searching for the perfect recipe and I finally settled on Aida Mollenkamp's Italian sausage and three cheese variation.
While this lasagna was delicious, I found myself, a week later, reading the new Gourmet magazine devoted to Italian-American cooking. I turned the page and was shocked to see the most delicious looking lasagna! I felt embarrassed to have served my friends such a mediocre lasagna when a masterpiece of a lasagna like the one in Gourmet existed. I knew I had to make Gourmet's version immediately.
The recipe did not disappoint. This lasagna is complex, hearty, and comforting. The chunky beef sauce is rich, classic, and fragrant. Although the final result is a drier lasagna, its thick layers meld perfectly. The creamy, flecked-with-spinach ricotta mixture puffs up like a souffle. I highly recommend this dish. To check it out: read more
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After a long holiday of elaborate cooking and feasting, cut yourself some kitchen slack with a dinner that won't wear you thin.
You're free to go sale shopping or watch a movie, and you'll return to a meal that's already been made. To free up time for yourself with this recipe, read more
- Cooking with Thomas Keller's new book Under Pressure. — Serious Eats
- Ten tea towels perfect for gifting. — The Kitchn
- Make the holidays over with a bright pink and green theme. — Simply Stated
- Get your serving of greens with this Winter green lasagna. — Chow
- Find out why Gwyneth Paltrow is serious about food. — The Epi-Log
This recipe for lasagna may not be the most traditional, but it's a great addition to your collection, especially for those days when you don't feel like eating pasta, or if you have some extra mushrooms on hand. In this variation, portobello caps are an unusual breather from the typical noodle. It's a great way to get the little ones to eat vegetables! For an easy weeknight meal, read more