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Take your favorite lasagna recipe and try adding different combinations of your favorite vegetables between the layers: mushrooms, spinach, broccoli, carrots, zucchini, onions or eggplant.
Beverly Grove, $$$ Gino Angelini grew up on his grandma’s green lasagna in a village outside the Adriatic resort city of Rimini and came to L.A. to help Mauro Vincenti with Rex in the mid-’90s.
There's tofu lasagna at Avenue M, located a block from my childhood home.
Instead, once a week, a box arrives at her doorstep filled with packets of ingredients to make ribollita soup, lasagna and pasta with fried halloumi cheese.
Beautiful Rainbow has several favorites among regular diners, such as its vegetarian lasagna and pimento cheese sandwiches.
The lasagna is homemade, as are all of the pasta noodles, which earned the restaurant praise during a surprise dining visit years ago from Oprah Winfrey's personal chef Art Smith.
A plain super slice will cost you $12 but their specialties — like mac and cheese and lasagna — can cost up to $32.
The world is still recovering from that time Kylie made lasagna in her nude set.
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Origin and Etymology of lasagna
First Known Use: 1846See Words from the same year
LASAGNA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lasagna for English Language Learners
: a type of Italian food that has layers of flat noodles baked with a sauce usually of tomatoes, cheese, and meat
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