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Lasagna

Made of delicious layers of meat, cheese, and tomato, lasagna is an Italian-American baked pasta guaranteed to please. Meat needn’t be the only star: Lasagna can go vegetarian when you sub the meat for ingredients like roasted vegetables. We’ve gathered our best lasagna recipes for your enjoyment.

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To ensure that the lasagna doesn't come out watery, it's important that the greens go in dry. Let all the water evaporate during cooking, and then blot the leaves with a paper towel if necessary after removing them from the saute pan.

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Making homemade pasta may seem arduous, but this dish is worth the extra work. The sheets, which are layered between the sage and butternut squash filling, encompass the lasagna once it's assembled. Look for amaretti cookies in Italian markets. They add a sweet note to the otherwise savory dish.

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Traditional lasagna goes vegetarian when you sub the meat for vegetables like spinach and zucchini. Layer this spinach lasagna with three types of cheese and bechamel sauce. You won't even miss the meat once you bite into the spinach lasagna!

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A layer of refreshing lemon slices brightens every bite of this lasagna made of sweet Italian sausage and Swiss chard. Instead of tomato sauce, the dish is made with a creamy and cheesy white sauce.

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This recipe makes enough lasagna for five to six people -- including seconds! When this dish comes out of the oven, let it rest for a few minutes to ensure beautiful, clean slices. You can also reheat it the next day for out-of-this-world leftovers. From the book "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).