Lasagna Recipe – Beef & Cheese Lasagna – Christmas Lasagna Recipe

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Lasagna is an Italian-American Christmas tradition, and this is my favorite version! Visit for more info and over 500 more original video recipes! I hope you like this


37 thoughts on “Lasagna Recipe – Beef & Cheese Lasagna – Christmas Lasagna Recipe”

  1. My favorite food in the world.
    I remember making it once from scratch, it took me 2 hours but it turned out amazing and the leftovers lasted me awhile.

  2. Don't use water in the sauce if it is too thick. Use red wine.  Spray the bottom of the foil with non-stick spray so it doesn't tear the cheese off.  I use a food processor to make the cheese mixture.

  3. Don't use the oven. Put this into a oiled slow cooker. Do not cook the noodles. Just put them in raw. Cook 4 hours on low. Thank me later.

  4. So this looks really delicious. I want to make it at home. I hope that I can make this week. I wanted to ask the video maker or someone else what I need to do to make with extra vegetables. I wanted to try using a veggie version instead of one with meat.

  5. Man I've tried to find ricotta cheese in stores here but it doesn't seem to be common. I only recently learned that americans make a lasagna without bechamel sauce in it. Never heard of that before and I want to try it out, but darnit where's the ricotta cheese in Finland. Are they hiding it or putting it in the non cheese section or something, I know it exists.

  6. You can call that dish whatever you want, but sir that is not Lasagna. the only thing that is remotely close to lasagna are the pasta sheets.

  7. chef john, i make a very light lasagna with pancakes (without baking powder) instead of lasagna noodles. please, give it a try. i liked very much your cheese filling, although i usually make bechamel sauce. best wishes!!

  8. Sorry, but you going down on the meat sauce, where is the rest of the vegetables to give flavor?. But good idea instead of bechamel sauce

  9. I wouldn't care for this cheese filling, because of the presence of cayenne (This is supposed to be Lasagna, not enchiladas. ) and the absence of fresh garlic and chopped scallions, which I put in mine,.

  10. Beautiful, simply explained and delicious looking lasagna. I can hardly wait to try this recipe…thankyou so much!

  11. I made this for Easter 2017 for a family gathering and it was a major hit.
    I did add extra ricotta cheese just in-case of and sure enough I did need it.
    This is the best lasagna I ever had and it's a keeper.
    Thank you Food Wishes your the best!.

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