From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
With meat, cheese and oodles of pasta, it’s no wonder this bad boy carries a hefty total of 1,000-plus calories per serving. But you can create a lasagna masterpiece that is leaner -- and here’s how.
Today is National Lasagna Day: a day when flat noodles, cheese and tomatoes meld into one heavenly stacked and saucy dish. Food Network recipes feature the best lasagna has to offer.
Food Network Magazine's Grilled Lasagna is an easy-to-prepare meatless meal that can be made quickly on the grill.
Prepare Food Network Magazine's lasagna on the stove and serve with Giada's Mixed Green Salad With Sherry Vinaigrette and Rachael's Garlic Bread.
Cook up this cheesy, comforting Poblano and Corn Lasagna from Food Network Magazine for a family-friendly Meatless Monday dinner.
Our next head-to-head battle is between two popular pasta entrées. Who’ll win this (comfort) food fight, lasagna or macaroni and cheese?
While ordinary lasagnas are heavy and often laden with a meaty tomato sauce, this one from Food Network Kitchen is light and fresh.
Make Food Network Magazine's Roasted Butternut Squash Lasagna, a hearty pasta bake featuring seasonal vegetables and rich cheeses, for a Meatless Monday dinner.
If you're looking to keep your kitchen cool this summer, but don't want to miss out on your favorite pasta dishes like lasagna, try experimenting with no-cook noodles.