Lasagne or lasagna?? Whatever you call it, we have the best lasagne recipes for you to make. If you’re looking for the perfect classic recipe, we have a simple beef lasagne for you to try. Want something a bit more posh to impress for easy entertaining? Try our porcini version or vincisgrassi pasta baked with parma ham. We also have plenty of vegetarian lasagne recipes, from a quick courgette to butternut squash lasagne.
Who’s up for a classic lasagne? Whether you like yours on the dry side, so it is easy to cut and serve in squares, or slightly sloppier with plenty of sauce, is a matter of personal taste. Tweak to your liking; it tastes just as good for example without any cheese on top, or with the cheese layered up within it.
This posh porcini lasagne recipe is easy to make, vegetarian and feeds a crowd, perfect for family dinners. The porcini makes the lasagne mix a bit more posh, so it’s ideal for easy entertaining.
A new recipe for lasagne. We love this one, it’s full of delicious Italian flavours. Made with sausage and fennel seeds this baked pasta dish is easy, comforting and will feed a crowd. Serve with a green salad on the side.
Our simple lasagne provides all the comfort of a classic lasagne but with very little effort; our cheat’s lasagne uses a clever buy to make it achievable mid-week.
Our easy ricotta, ham and spinach lasagne is a delicious twist on a family favourite. The creamy ricotta is complemented by meaty pieces of ham and healthy spinach to create the perfect midweek meal.
This must be the best easy vegetarian lasagne! Mix the courgettes, garlic and chilli with ricotta, add a shop-bought tomato sauce and fresh lasagne and dinner can be on the table in under 30 minutes.
White lasagne, like white pizza, doesn’t contain any tomato sauce but is still rich and savoury. This version with porcini and pancetta is a bit posher than the usual. Look for high-welfare or rose veal mince.
Vincisgrassi, a type of baked pasta, comes from the region of Le Marche in Italy. It’s attributed to both General Windischgrätz (who fought Napoleon at Ancona), and to princisgrassi (meaning fat for the prince). In either case it’s very rich – some versions being even richer with the addition of sweetbreads and a pasta dough made with vin santo or marsala.
Our low calorie lasagne is a delicious dinner recipe for six people. Serve with a green salad for a healthy version of this classic Italian dish.
Leek and crab lasagne is lighter and more refreshing than beef lasagne and it has a great flavour. Either buy cooked crabs and pick out the meat yourself, discarding the grey-coloured gills and stomach, or buy picked meat.
This vegetarian take on a family favourite is perfect if you’re trying to cut back on meat, and is ready in just 30 minutes, making it quick enough to cook midweek.
This indulgent lasagne is a great dinner party entertaining pleaser to assemble then bake just before your guests arrive. Really meaty and full of great texture, your guests will keep coming back for more. An easy winner!
This mushroom and tarragon lasagne is a great vegetarian twist on a family favourite. Button mushrooms will give you a creamier looking sauce; flat mushrooms a darker sauce and a more robust flavour.
This creamy veggie lasagne with crunchy pinenuts is a great meat-free alternative that’s so delicious, you won’t miss the beef. It’s also great to freeze, just take out and allow to defrost the night before.