Straight from your oven to the table, hearty Lasagna served with a fresh Garden Salad makes an easy, delicious and complete feast.
a family dinner...
up to 6 people
TOTAL TIME NEEDED
Layers of creamy bechamel, rich Bolognese and a blend of cheeses merge to create this culinary monument. This lasagna does not mess around.
All the veggies you need in one bowl, this salad recipe is packed with fresh leafy greens and multiple sources of protein. Great as a healthy lunch or as a side to your main course!
Côtes du Rhône, France
Barossa Valley, South Australia
Big flavors call for big wines. Look around for a fuller bodied red, but also keep in mind what you like to drink. You can safely take a punt on an Italian red, but this dish really can't go wrong with a full bodied shiraz. While orginally from France, keep an eye out for bottles from the Barossa (Australia) & Columbia (USA) Valleys.
Lasagna is both the name of the dish, as well as the flat pasta inside of it. The precurser to today's lasagna was first documented in the early 1300s in Italy.
While the same variety, the wine is called Shiraz in Australia and Syrah is most other parts of the world.