The Best Boston Restaurants for Gourmet Lasagna

Hello again! It may come as no surprise when tourists and foodies alike, come to Boston in search of true Italian inspired dishes. As you may know Boston is the mini Mecca for Italian dinners and desserts. With pastry shops like Mike’s and Modern, it is not hard to find the heart of Italy in the narrow streets of the North End. This week we are discussing a classic Italian dish that can take on many forms, lasagna. The Best Boston Restaurants for Gourmet Lasagna offer endless varieties.

This family style dish offers endless options for flavor combinations. Classic lasagnas are handmade with homemade sauces and cheese. Gourmet lasagnas add a little more kick to their original recipes.

This week we will discuss the best gourmet lasagna recipes in Boston. The Best Boston Restaurants for Gourmet Lasagna use different ingredients to tantalize the taste buds.

Some interesting and delicious lasagna recipes we have found are:

Black Bean Lasagna

This different twist on lasagna uses Mexican inspired flavors to layer on the delicious flavors.

Butternut Squash and Hazelnut Lasagna

This one sounds too good not to share the ingredients:

1 onion (chopped)

3 tbsps unsalted butter

3 lbs butternut squash (peeled seeded and cut into 12 inch pieces)

1 tsp minced garlic

1 tsp salt

14 tsp white pepper

2 tbsps flat leaf parsley (chopped fresh)

4 tsps sage (chopped fresh)

1 cup hazelnuts (4 oz), toasted , loose skins rubbed off with a kitchen towel, and coarsely chopped

1 tsp minced garlic

3 tbsps unsalted butter

5 tbsps all-purpose flour

5 cups milk

1 bay leaf (california)

1 tsp salt

18 tsp white pepper

12 lb fresh mozzarella (coarsely grated 2 cups)

1 cup parmigiano-reggiano (finely grated, 3 oz)

12 sheets lasagne (7 by 3 12 inch, 12 lb)

 

Artichoke Spinach Lasagna

This delicious and green leafy vegetable lasagna is a sauce less dish made with   extra cheese and creamy delicious artichoke hearts to keep it moist and cheesy.

Wild Mushroom Lasagna

With wild mushrooms and mustard…

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