The wide flat sheets of Lasagne pasta originally made by the Romans were called lasagne. Lasagne later came to refer to a dish cooked in a pot using long flat pasta sheets, layered with minced meat, cheese, and tomatoes.
Lasagne originated in the Emilia-Romagna region of North Central Italy where authentic egg pasta was born.
Lasagne, the most well-known pasta al forno, varies from region to region. Tuscans and Emilia-Romagnans make it with a béchamel, a meat ragu, and grated Parmigiano. Ligurians make it with pesto. Try Oven-Ready Lasagne with meat-based sauces like traditional Bolognese, dairy-based sauces like a classic béchamel, and vegetable-based sauces.
No boiling required.
Lasagna with Bolognese Sauce creata daAcademia Barilla