5 Interesting Lasagna Recipes For You To Lap Up
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Love Italian food? High five! It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that India loves to gorge on pizzas, pasta and risottos, even if it means giving the authentic a bit of desi tadka. Italian, besides Chinese, is after all one of the few global cuisines that Indians have truly made their own. From regularly featuring on the dining tables of most urban Indian homes to satisfy our cravings to being on the menu of most multi-cuisine restaurants, Italian food is here to stay. 

The cuisine offers so many varieties to choose from, both in veg or non-veg. From pasta - penne, lasagne, spaghetti, macaroni, tagliatelle and ravioli among others – to numerous sauces, herbs, vegetables and meats, there would be hardly anyone who wouldn't enjoy a hearty Italian meal.

However, if you are bored of having the same old regular pizzas, pastas and wish to experiment with something new and exciting, lasagne is here to your rescue. Rich layers of cheese, herbs, veggies or meats to countless seasonings in-between pasta sheets, lasagna makes for an exotic delicious meal you won’t be able to resist. 

If you are wondering where to begin making lasagna at home, we’ve got you a few recipes. These lasagna recipes are sure to delight your taste buds. 

1. Loaf Pan Lasagna 

Perfect to cook in small batches that serve two and is ready in half the time as a larger portion, this loaf pan lasagna is a flavourful dish layered with chunky pieces of sausage and rustic-but-quick tomato sauce. 

2. Butternut Squash lasagna 

Bursting with veggies, this lasagna comes with the goodness of kale and mushrooms. Mozzarella, parmesan, noodle lasagna and a variety of spices and herbs make this an irresistible treat. 

3. Lasagna With Meat Sauce 

Tender pasta layered with tomato sauce and a whole lot of meat, including pork and sausage, tossed-in with creamy ricotta and mozzarella cheese defines the deliciousness of this lasagna dish.  

4. Vegan Lasagna 

With delicious layers of eggplant, vegetables and homemade ‘ricotta’ filling, one can really never tell if this lasagna is actually dairy, egg and soy-free! Not only is it easy, quick and absolutely delicious but also requires a handful of ingredients. 

5. Mexican Lasagna 

Give your Italian classic a Mexican spin with this lasagna recipe. An explosion of flavours with chilli powder, crushed red pepper, black beans, corn and Mexican blend shredded cheese, this Mexican Lasagna can be your next comfort dish.