I had a Florentine Lasagne yesterday for lunch at work
A "lasagne" is a meat filling between some layers of pasta sheets to me so I don´t know why they call that dish a "lasagne"?! It was a mixture of noodles, meat, sauce and some herbs.
Btw. "herbs", the taste of it was "boring" again like the last "halal" I had. You have to add a dash of salt to give it any taste and some more spice for any flavour.
Nothing that would make me to change my religion...
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Lasagna is the type of pasta noodle. The form that many of us are most familiar with is baked lasagna, where the noodles are sandwiched with layers of meat, cheese, and/or vegetables. Lasagna can also be served with a sauce, as you find it in this particular packaging.
housil wrote:A "lasagne" is a meat filling between some layers of pasta sheets to me so I don´t know why they call that dish a "lasagne"?!
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