Lasagne is a type of wide, flat pasta, possibly one of the oldest types of pasta. Lasagne, or the singular lasagna, is an Italian dish made of stacked layers of thin flat pasta alternating with fillings such as ragù and other vegetables, cheese, and seasonings and spices such as garlic, oregano, and basil. The dish may be topped with melted grated mozzarella cheese. Typically, the cooked pasta is assembled with the other ingredients and then baked in an oven.
Our lasagna bolognese has had many plating’s and I believe this is the one. It is pictured here. There is always drive to get the perfect balance between saucy, gooey cheesy, and creamy. By taking the center out and saucing it while leaving the sides to get bubbly is a perfect way to achieve it along with keeping it hot, hot.
NOTE: In Italy most if not all regions have their own version of Lasagna. It is very interpretive ranging from savory to sweet. Yes, when I went down this rabbit hole I had no idea there could be a dessert lasagna normally made in the north where dairy is more prevalent. So, if you walk into Rifugio’s do not be shocked to see a sweet lasagna.