Product of Italy
Lasagne Pasta Granoro are long flat sheets of pasta made with eggs,
Lasagne are probably one of the oldest forms of pasta. The ancient Romans ate a dish known as ‘lasana’ or ‘lasanum’ which is believed to have been similar to today’s lasagne al forno (baked lasagna).
Today, lasagne al forno is a classic dish in many Italian regions and recipes vary from region to region. In Emilia-Romagna and most of Northern Italy, it is made with fresh or dried egg pasta and a classic bolognese sauce, Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese and bechamel sauce. While in Southern Italy, Neapolitan lasagna, a typical carnival dish in Campania, is prepared with Neapolitan ragu, meatballs, cow’s ricotta, provola and pecorino cheese.