This is it! The ultimate list of the Best Lasagna Recipes, from tasty meaty creations to easy vegetarian lasagna recipes, and even soups!
These are the best pasta dinners to make tonight! From meat-filled versions to vegetarian lasagnas, you’ll love that these easy recipes are brimming with flavor and hearty ingredients. All layered into a delicious lasagna with crispy edges and golden, bubbly cheese. Buonissimo!
If you’re looking for the perfect soulful recipe, a cheesy, melty lasagna is the pinnacle of homestyle cooking! We’ve rounded up what just might be the World’s Best Lasagna Recipes, featuring everything from meat to veggies.
Is there a difference between lasagne and lasagna?
You may be thinking: aren’t they basically interchangeable in the U.S.? While this may be true state-side, there actually is a difference between “lasagna” and “lasagne” – and not just when it comes to the spelling!
In Italian, “Lasagne” is the plural word for the flat pasta sheets used in the casserole. Meanwhile “lasagna”, as it’s commonly known in North America, is in fact the singular form of the word. Thus in many parts of Europe the dish “lasagna” is called “lasagne,” because you use more than one lasagna noodle to make the entire baked pasta dish.
Any way you spell it, however, the pronunciation is the same: both the A and E sound like “ya”!
The Best Lasagna Recipes with Meat
Whether it’s hearty beef or tender-cooked turkey, these easy meaty recipes are nothing short of comfort food at its finest.
Low Carb Zucchini Lasagna Roll Ups
Low carb, low drama, and through the roof with flavor! This nearly effortless recipe replaces traditional pasta sheets with healthy zucchini strips, for lightened-up lasagna roll ups soaked in delicious homemade meat sauce.
Vegetarian & Vegan Lasagna Recipes
Vegetarian or not, one thing’s for sure: these easy meatless lasagna recipes will satisfy just about everyone!
Lasagna Soup Recipes
Wrap your hands around a bowl of these cozy, comforting soup recipes filled with the flavors of lasagna.
How to Store & Reheat Lasagna
Lasagna will keep for 3 to 5 days in the fridge. Be sure to wrap the lasagna tightly in plastic wrap or foil, or store it in an airtight container.
Lasagna can be reheated in the oven, on the stove, or in the microwave. The key is to keep the moisture intact! Check out our post on How to Reheat Lasagna for more tips on reheating.
Can You Freeze Lasagna?
You can keep lasagna frozen for up to 3 months! If you can, aim to thaw your lasagna in the fridge overnight before you reheat it. However, you can also reheat lasagna from frozen, and just increase the cooking time by 10-15 minutes, or as needed.
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