If you are searching for easy lasagna recipes, you might have a classic lasagna recipe in mind. The following one shows you how to make lasagna with beef and bechamel sauce. This delicious, hearty, and totally authentic lasagna recipe does not take long to make and you probably already have most of the ingredients in your refrigerator or cupboards.
Like most lasagna recipes, this one is made in layers. There is one meat layer but there are a couple of cheese and sauce layers. The lasagna is topped with cheese and butter for a creamy and luxurious finish. You can serve up to ten people with this lasagna (perhaps eight is a more realistic estimate, if they have good appetites) or you can freeze it for up to three months.
The following recipe does not require much equipment but you will need a 13 x 9 inch dish to cook it in. A round dish is not a good replacement because lasagna noodles are rectangular. Invest in a 13 x 9 inch dish if you do not already have one; there are lots of sweet and savory recipes you can use it for. Continue reading
If the proof is in the pudding, then the sauce is definitely the winning vote in lasagna. Even if you are partial to red sauce, when you try this delicious béchamel, you will enjoy the opportunities that just filled your recipe box. Today many countries have access to refrigeration and ways to preserve foods. Before that time, food spoiled more quickly and did not always taste or smell just right. Both thin and creamy sauces hid the rancid flavor and made the meal look good.
One of the reasons béchamel sauce is so popular it its historic value. It is hard to argue with the culinary skills of French chefs, who have turned béchamel into a separate part of the dish. It does more than add to the flavor of a meal. Béchamel sauce makes its own statement by being delicious even without the main dish it covers. In the beginning, cooks created the sauce with cut vegetables, such as onions, squash and celery, and small bits of meat including beef, pork, and poultry.
The French term “piece de resistance” refers to the best part of any particular item and béchamel sauce creates that response with this incredibly easy recipe. Now the addition of a sauce is typical in many dishes and cooks continually look for ways to vary the taste and make their sauce special. One of the ways to vary a white sauce recipe is to take a small portion as a test section, divide it into smaller portions, and add minimal amounts of spices and herbs. Note what you add to each one and choose the favorite. Continue reading
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