Lasagne is one of our favorite meals to make over the weekend—the comforting baked pasta dish takes a few hours to make, but the leftovers taste even better for lunch the next day. For an illustrated step-by-step guide, see our gallery of how to make spinach lasagne »
When Amity’s Myron Redford and Vikki Wetle need to keep pickers in the fields, they have Peirano cater this soul-warming dish. Get the recipe for Dungeness Crab and Pine Nut Lasagne »
No one will miss the meat in this creamy, vegetable-laden lasagne with perfectly al dente noodles.
Greek Lasagne (Pastitsio)
Cinnamon and nutmeg add a warm, spicy note to noodles covered in a creamy Parmesan bechamel. See the recipe for Greek Lasagne (Pastitsio) »
This hearty lasagne from Rubirosa in New York City is made with sweet fennel sausage and tiny meatballs. See the recipe for Lasagne »