Easy lasagna recipes you can make…
Seriously delicious lasagna recipes don't have to be difficult to follow... and this section of my site is designed to prove it.
After all, is there really any better tasting pasta meal than layer upon layer of cheese covered, meat or veg filled, tomato-drizzled lasagna?
Of course not. And remember... if an 'experienced' non-cook like me can nail these succulent tummy fillers each time, absolutely anyone can!
* First time making lasagna? Start with my quick How To Make Lasagna Guide
* Got a lasagna cooking question? Try my Lasagna FAQ page.
* Question not answered there? Submit a lasagna question
We kick off with one of the most popular recipes on this site - Laura’s fool-proof meat lasagna.
It's named after my fantastic Italian wife – who taught me how to make it – and you can fill it with minced beef or a mixture of beef and pork. A good lasagna recipe to start your education.
A cracking alternative meanwhile is this guest-impressing meatball lasagna recipe. Effectively a deluxe version of a standard minced beef lasagna above, this is a real sumptuous treat.
Since discovering and learning about Italian food via the family I married into, I’ve realised that I simply love any meal with eggplant in it – and this mountainous monster of an eggplant lasagna is no different.
(Just breathe deep if you’re from the UK, as I haven't forgotten that for us Europeans it's not generally called eggplant, but aubergine!).
My very latest addition is a blue-cheese-rockin' vegetarian treat - so if you love your face-widening cheeses, and you like the strong Popeye-pleasing taste of power leaf, you'd be mad not to give this dish a whirl. It's really quite a different treat.
If you’ve not made lasagna before, or you’re simply in a hungry-but-lazy place, try this spinach version first. It's easy... just wilt the spinach, stir up some bechamel sauce, build the lasagna layers and stick it in the oven. Stress-free and so tastee... (eugh, sorry).
This fibre-packed veggie-friendly lasagna is a scrummy dish that doesn't miss the meat one bit. Use borlotti or black beans and your choice of cheese to create a one-hour feast that's full of beany goodness and rich tomato taste. You'll love it.
This taste-packed dish is great for impressing guests, whether vegetarian or carnivorous. With its colorful stripey looks and wonderful mix of spinach, mushroom, sweet potato and bechamel sauce tastes, it is really quite unique.
This dish is the quickest on this page, so it makes a perfect first-timer's lasagna. It's rich, it's creamy, there's no meat to overcook (meaning its ingredients are also cheap), and it's ready to munch in around an hour - a third of which is cooking time! It's truly simple by name, simple by nature.
It shouldn't really be on the site, but this 100% pasta free eggplant (aubergine) and tomato treat is one of Italy's favourites and - it says here - very lasagna-like in texture. It takes a long time, and it's calorific, but it tastes just amazing.
How To Make Lasagna - Is it your first time making lasagna? Don't miss this quick overview of the process. With these tips you should nail it first time!
Learn about freezing lasagna - Make sure you don’t waste any leftovers – and learn how to make and keep enough lasagna for a week - with this idiot-proof guide to freezing lasagna (includes FREE quick-guide download).
Lasagna FAQ - The 6 most common lasagna questions answered on one handy page.
Calories in lasagna - And if you're a health-conscious pasta muncher, you can work out how many calories you're cooking up (and how much exercise to do to burn them off), over on this lasagna calories page (includes FREE quick-guide download).
Extra recommendations: Still have room for a delectable dessert? I recommend you visit my buddy Hai's easy dessert recipes page on his Easy Recipes Online site.
Love your cheese? These cheese recipes will really get your taste buds going and are great for any occasion.
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