Lasagna is one of the ultimate comfort foods. I made so much of it this winter – especially so I could have a few in my freezer for the weeks following the arrival of my son.
French lasagna is in some ways simpler than the lasagna we’re so used to making in the states.
It calls for uncooked noodles (which you may or may not do anyway) and a bechamel sauce instead of ricotta cheese. The biggest plus of a bechamel sauce for me is that it means I don’t have to make a special trip to the store to find ricotta…plus it tastes absolutely delicious!
Find the recipe on Conebella Farm’s website.