Lasagna may have its origins in some colorful and remote Italian kitchen, but by now this dish can be rightfully considered a citizen of the world. Is there a place left where a hot plate of lasagna, straight out of the oven, is not craved after?
Lasagna is traditionally made with meat, tomato sauce and Parmesan cheese, but nowadays all kinds of cheese—especially mozzarella and ricotta—are added, as well as many kinds of vegetable. The recipe I’m sharing with you today is a vegetable lasagna that both vegetarians and meat lovers alike can enjoy. The best part is you’ll have delicious leftovers for several days. Once you learn how to make lasagna, I assure you it will become a regular in your kitchen.