Lasagna is amazing. It has tons of nutritional value and can be made to fit any taste. It is perfect for eating alone as well as serving the masses and works for any occasion. Lasagna is a one-dish wonder enjoyed around the world. Most people think it was first made in Italy, but lasagna has been around since ancient Greece. The term was first used to describe the cookware in which the meal was made, but has since been used to describe the actual meal. Regardless of its origins, lasagna is a simple dish to make that everyone can enjoy.
Good lasagna begins with a good sauce. Saute two cloves of finely chopped garlic with one tablespoon of olive oil in a saucepan for five minutes. Add two large cans of tomato sauce, about 60 ounces. Add one tablespoon each of salt and sugar, and two teaspoons each of parsley, oregano, pepper, and basil. Cover with a lid and simmer on low heat, so the flavors have a chance to marry. Now prepare the meat while your sauce is simmering.
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