Ina Garten’s Ingenious Lasagna Noodle HackSkills
And it cuts down on prep time, too!
How to Freeze Lasagna So You Can Enjoy Its Cheesy Deliciousness AnytimeSkills
Here's the absolute best way to freeze lasagna.
Hear Us Out: Make Lasagna for Thanksgiving This YearSkills
If Hamilton taught us anything about flipping the script on American stories, it’s that you have to play to your strengths to be successful and you shouldn’t hesitate to remix the familiar. So if Thanksgiving is a performance of America’s most-hallowed dinner, make this year the remix. Ditch the turkey (or keep it — that’s cool too), have a meal of only sides, break out that Tofurky, and most definitely serve lasagna. Yep, lasagna.
5 Things You Need for Wildly Better LasagnaSkills
We know: You already make pretty good lasagna. But what if you could make it wildly better? We’re talking the difference here between lasagna and ah-mazing lasagna. Now you’re listening? We’ve come up with a list of five things you need in order to make this happen. Some items on the list are little gadgets that’ll make a big difference, while others are straight-up tips. Try some of these out and let us know how it goes.
5 Surprising Ways to Snack on Lasagna NoodlesSkills
Lasagna is my kitchen superhero. When faced with a busy Tuesday or an unexpected table of 20, this dish always saves the day. With simple staple items on hand (noodles, canned sauce, cheese), you can throw together a satisfying meal with very little time or effort. Keep it totally vegetarian or add meat, spice as desired, and then let the oven finish the job. But guess what?
Chicken Lasagna: An Alternative to the Original (That’s Not Vegetarian)Skills
(Image credit: Apartment Therapy) We started out by calling this a lighter version of classic lasagna. But let’s be honest: Despite the fact that you’re switching out ground beef for lean chicken, this recipe still has heavy cream, butter, and plenty of cheese. And yet it’s nice to have an alternative lasagna up your sleeve that isn’t spinach or veggie.