Italian Lasagna Dishes
The word "lasagna" originally referred to a specific Italian cooking vessel, but now it applies to the delicious layered casseroles of meats, cheeses, and vegetables so typical of Italian eating. No matter what the combinations within, a lasagna pleases every crowd, any night of the week.
As if lasagna wasn't decadent enough, this grown-up recipe trades beef short ribs for more traditional ground beef.
A luscious pan of lasagna is tough to beat when you're craving comfort food. This classic casserole tastes just like an Italian grandma's recipe.
Layers of ground beef, tomatoes, pasta, and creamy ricotta cheese make up this popular casserole that's as good to serve at home as it is to tote to a potluck. This one is low in fat!
For an irresistible twist on traditional lasagna, try this recipe that includes baby artichokes, Parmesan cheese, pine nuts, and ricotta cheese.
Mushrooms act as the "meat" in this flavorful vegetarian lasagna recipe.
Lobster, brie cheese, and asparagus make this sophisticated lasagna recipe a sure star at the potluck or party.
Lasagna is always a family favorite. Plus, it has endless possibilities for customization. Set your usual lasagna recipe aside for the night and give this sausage and veggie dish a try.
Use whole wheat noodles to make a healthier version of this classic casserole recipe.
This make-ahead egg casserole features lasagna noodles, Alfredo sauce and hash brown potatoes, making it great for brunch or a simple dinner.
A sausage and green pepper tomato sauce hints to the Italian roots of this casserole recipe that has been adapted into American cuisine. This version is cheesy, saucy, and oh so good.
Think casseroles only come in shades of beige? Try again! This vegetarian lasagna is loaded with colorful vegetables like tomatoes and Swiss chard.
Older children can pitch in to help put this easy casserole together for a family-style dinner.
For this robust lasagna-style casserole, roll the noodles around a cheesy spinach filling and then top with a turkey and tomato sauce.
Fans of white pizza will fall for this marinara-free vegetarian lasagna that's filled with rich and creamy ricotta, Alfredo and mozzarella.
Polenta, a cornmeal mush commonly eaten in Northern Italy, is a hearty alternative to noodles in this vegetarian lasagna casserole recipe.
Talk about quick! Just cook the pasta, then prepare this family friendly lasagna in a skillet.