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lasagnela‧sa‧gne British English, lasagna American English /ləˈsænjə, -ˈzæn- $ -ˈzɑːn-/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFFa type of Italian food made with flat pieces of pasta, meat, or vegetables, and cheese
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lasagneWell known pastas such as spaghetti and lasagne are still the best-selling products.The Jorgensens bake lasagne in a solar oven, keep their showers short and cultivate an organic garden in their backyard.Few guests enjoy bending double to eat or balancing lasagne on the knee.Drain lasagne and place in a large bowl of cold water.The people we asked didn't much fancy the idea of eating lasagne and quaffing Lambrusco in an old lavatory.It has a distinctive texture which becomes stringy when cooked and is most famous served on top of pizzas or lasagne.Cook the lasagne in a large pan of salted, boiling water until just tender.I try the lasagne, the linguine, the lamb, the eggplant, the olives, the apple cake.
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