Lasagna. Lasagne are a type of wide, flat pasta, possibly one of the oldest types of pasta. Lasagne, or the singular lasagna, is also an Italian dish made of stacked layers of this flat pasta alternating with. Recipes and tips for terrific lasagna.
Ingredients of Lasagna
- It’s 500 g of meat.
- You need 2 of carrots.
- Prepare 1 of celery.
- Prepare 1 of parsley root.
- Prepare 2 of onions.
- It’s 2-3 of garlic cloves.
- Prepare 1 of red pepper.
- It’s 3-4 of smashed tomatos.
- You need 200 g of sour cream.
- Prepare of parmesan.
- Prepare 2 of mugs tomato sauce.
- Prepare sheets of lasagna.
- It’s of flavours (salt, pepper, oregano, basil, nutmeg and little thyme).
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- Start by preparing your vegetables. Finely chop your carrots, parsley, celery, onions, pepper and garlic..
- Mix the vegetables with the meat..
- Prepare your tomatoes. I prefer to boil them before anything else. Doing so I can peel off the shell and the sauce will have a better texture. After doing that, chop or smash them and add the composition to the meat and vegetables.
- Add 2 cups of tomato sauce and cook it at low heat. It takes around 1h until is finished. Mix your flavours in a small ball together with 2 teaspoons olive oil. Ten minutes before it's done, add the flavours in the pan and stir..
- Assemble the lasagna and cook in the oven at 170C for 20-30 minutes. 10 minutes before it's done add some extra parmesan on top..
Get a Lasagna mug for your friend Zora. Add lasagna to one of your lists below, or create a new one. From Italian lasagna (and its plural lasagne), possibly from Vulgar Latin *lasania, from Latin lasanum ("cooking pot"), from Ancient Greek λάσανον (lásanon, "trivet or stand for a pot"). Others argue the Italian lasagna originally derived from the Arabic (Semitic) lawzinaj ("almond cake"). For everybody that loves to cook lasagna at home!