Oven-Ready Lasagne

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The wide flat sheets of lasagne pasta originally made by the Romans were called lasagne.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. Barilla® Oven Ready Lasagne does not require boiling the pasta before baking -- simply add it directly to your pan and bake.

Barilla® Oven Ready Lasagne is made with non-GMO ingredients. For more information, please read our position.

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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.

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Egg Pasta
No boil lasagne does not require boiling the pasta before baking.

Pack Size(s)

  • 9 oz. (5 x servings)

Benefits

Great source of energy
Low Glycemic Index, keeping you fuller, longer
Made with Non-GMO Ingredients
Enriched with Iron and B Vitamins

Suitable For

Vegetarian
Lactose Free
Peanut Free
Tree Nut Free
Fish Free
Shell Fish Free
Soy Free
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Ingredients & Nutrition

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Measuring your pasta

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Add a generous pinch of sea salt to the cooking water to enhance the pasta’s flavor.

Avoid adding oil to the water as it prevents sauce from clinging to the pasta.

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COOKING YOUR PASTA

1

Boiling is not necessary for Oven Ready Lasagne.

2

Add contents of package directly to baking dish and add Lasagne, sauce and filling.

3

Alternate layers with Lasagne, sauce and filling until desired number of layers is achieved. Bake according to recipe directions.

4

Lasagne may be prepared up to 24 hours in advance without baking it. Prepare and store the Lasagne in the refrigerator at or below 40°F. Since the Lasagne will be cold it will require a longer baking time, approximately 60 minutes at 375°F.

5

To freeze Lasagne, we recommend that you do not bake it before freezing. You may assemble the Lasagne in a freezer safe/oven safe container, cover tightly and freeze. When you are ready to bake the Lasagne, defrost it in the refrigerator for 24 hours. Bake it at 375°F and increase bake time to 70 minutes.

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