Beef Lasagna

£34.95

Individual Beef Lasagna multi pack

Deep frozen to ensure freshness

Can be cooked directly from frozen

12 portions per pack

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About this product

Our Beef Lasagna comes in a box containing 12 individual portions weighing 350g each. It will be delivered deep frozen to ensure it retains its quality for the longest possible time. Lasagna is an Italian dish made of layers of flat pasta, meat or vegetables, and a sauce, typically a meat or tomato-based sauce. It is often baked in an oven and served as a main course. Variations of lasagna can include the use of different types of pasta, such as fettuccine or rigatoni, and the addition of cheese, such as ricotta or mozzarella. Traditional lasagna from Bologna, Italy include ragù, Béchamel and Parmigiano Reggiano. Lasagna is typically prepared by layering flat pasta sheets, meat or vegetables, and a sauce, typically a meat or tomato-based sauce, in a baking dish. The dish is then baked in an oven until the pasta is cooked and the cheese, if used, is melted and bubbly.

Ingredients (Allergens in bold) –

 

You can check out some fantastic recipes here – What to Serve with Lasagna: 20+ Delicious Ideas (simplysidedishes.com)

Serving

Lasagna is often served as a main course, and it is typically accompanied by a salad or garlic bread. A simple green salad with a vinaigrette dressing is a classic pairing, as the acidity in the dressing helps to cut through the richness of the lasagna. Garlic bread is also a popular accompaniment, as the garlicky flavors complement the flavors of the pasta and sauce. Some people also like to serve lasagna with a sprinkle of grated Parmesan cheese or chopped fresh herbs on top for added flavor.

It can also be served with a variety of side dishes depending on personal preference and regional variations. Some popular options include roasted vegetables, garlic bread, and simple salads. Or traditional Italian side dishes like polenta, risotto or bruschetta.

Pairing

When it comes to pairing drinks with lasagna, a dry red wine such as a Chianti, Montepulciano or a medium-bodied Pinot Noir can complement the flavors of the dish nicely. The acidity and tannins in the wine help to cut through the richness of the cheese and meat, while the flavors of the wine complement the flavors of the tomato sauce.

If you prefer white wine, a Pinot Grigio or a dry Riesling can also be a good choice. The acidity of these wines can help to refresh the palate and complement the flavors of the dish.

If you don’t want to drink alcohol, a carbonated water with a slice of lemon or lime can also be a good pairing, as the bubbles and acidity can help to cleanse the palate and refresh the taste buds between bites.

Finally, beer lovers, a light to medium bodied beer like a lager, pilsner or a Belgian-style witbier can be a great option too, as the carbonation and hoppy flavor of the beer can help to refresh the palate and complement the flavors of the dish.

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