Classic Italian wood fired lasagne
“Lasagne alla bolognese” or simply known as Lasagne are one of the best known and tasty dishes of the Italian cuisine. The original recipe of lasagne involves the use of fresh pasta, meat sauce called ragù, bechamel made with milk and butter, and of course plenty of grated parmesan: the typical cheese of Emilia Romagna, the italian area where Lasagna was born. In every italian traditional recipe there is a mix of ingredients born in that area.
- Meat sauce / Ragu’
- 1/2 kg of fresh lasagne pasta
- grated Parmesan cheese, at least 200 grams.
- 1 Knob of butter
- 2 spoons of sunflower oil
- Heat the wood fired oven adding a medium quantity of wood to have the right temperature to cook the lasagne in the traditional way, around 390°F
- Start by preparing the ragù (meat sauce): sauté the onion in the extravergin oil, add the carrot and the meat , finish with the tomato sauce.
- Take a casserole and start making first layer by pouring into it the ragù, the parmesan and the bechamel.
- Continue by making 5 layers, and at the last layer add only the parmesan the tomato sauce
- Put it in the preheated refractory oven at 390°F for 45 minutes