As a pasta lover, I can’t imagine my life without lasagna.
It’s my favourite food and my favourite pasta.
However, I’ve never actually had a lasagne, and it’s often a bit of a letdown for me when I’m craving it.
There’s so much variety out there.
And, even if you’re not a pasta person, there are some really great variations to try, like a lasagnas lasagna with roasted vegetables and a lasagnes lasagne with roasted mushrooms.
But let’s get to the recipe, shall we?
I’ve found that the best lasagne recipes are ones that combine both pasta and vegetables, which can make them incredibly satisfying and filling.
I’ve also discovered that a simple but flavorful sauce is also a great thing to try if you want something light, filling and comforting, rather than a dish that’s going to be a huge hit with everyone.
I also love to try out recipes with gluten-free options, and the best part is that they usually include a healthy option too.
If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy pasta, you’ll find this recipe here from my friend, Lauren.
And if you’ve never had lasagna before, it’s easy to make!
A lasagna recipe for a lasaurin’ good The recipe I’m sharing today has a very simple, but filling lasagna, so it’s a great option for anyone looking for something a bit lighter and less filling, or someone looking for the most simple, easy-to-make lasagna you can imagine.
This recipe comes from my new cookbook, What’s in a Name?
It’s a cookbook filled with everything you need to know about pasta, from the basics of pasta to the latest recipes and more.
So let’s go!
Ingredients 2 large, skinless chicken breasts, cut into 4 pieces (about 1/2 chicken breast per pound)