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Lasagna With a Twist

A rolled-up variation of an old favorite keeps it quick, neat, and fun.


(Photo by Jim Scherer)
By SHERYL JULIAN AND JULIE RIVEN
March 25, 2007

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L asagna, that reliable family favorite, is traditionally assembled in layers: a sheet of pasta, a cheesy filling, a ladleful of white or red sauce, a sprinkle of grated hard cheese. When the baked dish is brought to the table, it is easily cut into rectangles, but then the delicious elements usually fall apart. To remedy that, we take fresh ... (Full article: 837 words)

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