Bring the tradition of cozy-up pasta to your kitchen with DeLallo lasagna noodles.
What Is Lasagna?
Lasagna is both a noodle and a layered baked pasta dish that is made with that noodle.
Sometimes we are asked: Is lasagna pasta? Yes, lasagna is a semolina pasta just like Spaghetti or Rigatoni, but instead of being extruded into shapes, lasagna is rolled out into large sheets and then cut. It is one of the oldest pastas in the world, a creation of the Emilia-Romagna region.
Lasagna, the dish, is a traditional baked pasta. Depending on regional and family traditions, it can be made with a number of different ingredients. Lasagna noodles are parboiled and then layered with sauces, cheeses and more. The traditional Lasagna Bolognese, for instance, is made with layers of meat sauce, béchamel and lasagna noodles and topped with Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.
Lasagna Noodles - The Delallo Difference
Lasagna isn’t just an Italian tradition, it’s a family tradition. DeLallo has created a superior collection of authentic lasagna noodles ready to take on your favorite recipes. Crafted with the finest ingredients and generations of pasta-making experience, our lasagna noodles always cook up al dente and are sure to shine in cheesy baked pasta dishes, soups, stovetop lasagna recipes and more. What’s more is that DeLallo Lasagna comes in Gluten-Free, Organic Whole-Wheat, No-Boil and Traditional Semolina varieties. We offer a lasagna noodle for every palate, dietary restriction and occasion.
Types Of Lasagna Noodles You Can Buy
Are you looking for a lasagna noodle made with whole grains and loaded with fiber? Maybe you are looking for a tasty gluten-free substitute? DeLallo a lasagna pasta variety for every eater—even our No-Boil Lasagna option that is ready to add to your recipes without boiling first.
How To Cook Our Lasagna Noodles
Cooking lasagna noodles depends on which type of noodles you use and what recipe you make. In general, lasagna noodles can be cooked within your dish or precooked separately before laying them up. When using our No-Boil Lasagna noodles, precooking is not necessary, but your recipe must contain more liquid than a standard lasagna recipe. When cooking lasagna noodles in boiling water, you must be careful they do not stick. Avoid rinsing the noodles once removing them from the pot.
For more tips on cooking lasagna, check out our guide to making the best lasagna.
Our Favorite And Best Lasagna Recipes
Lasagna noodles are known for their starring role in cheesy baked pasta dishes, but did you know that prized pasta sheets have other uses too! Check out some of our favorite lasagna recipes and inspire your next creation:
One Pot Lasagna