Lasagna Four Ways

Martha Stewart Living, October 2008

The success of a lasagna lies not just in its filling but in its most basic components.

Classic Cheese Lasagna
A simple yet robust marinara and a trio of cheeses meld into an intensely flavorful lasagna. A classic, perfected.

Individual Swiss Chard and Italian Sausage Lasagna
Free-form lasagna noodles are piled high with sweet sausage and mild Swiss chard and then blanketed with bechamel and fontina.

Butternut Squash and Sage Lasagna
Layers of sage-flecked squash and rich, creamy ricotta serve as both filling and sauce.

Roasted-Vegetable Lasagna
Oven-roasted zucchini and eggplant provide a seasonal backdrop for more-familiar lasagna trappings.

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