Yield: Yields three lasagne of four ample servings each.
Classic meat lasagna shows off its many layers. Make it as tall as your ingredients will allow.
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Make Ahead Tips
The baked lasagna freezes well. Let sit for 15 minutes before serving or let cool completely on a rack before freezing, well-wrapped in foil. Defrost frozen lasagna overnight in the refrigerator and then bake at 400°F for about 1 hour.
Pop the mozzarella in the freezer for a few minutes before slicing; the firmer cheese will be easier to slice thinly.
OMG, where are the wine recommendations???
Take an afternoon to prepare these, and you will have delicious, go-to dinners in your freezer. I used turkey sausage. My only complaint is that I took one out of the freezer a day before I wanted to serve it to dinner guests, baked for an hour, as instructed, but it was still cold inside when I served it. It either needed more time to thaw, or more time to bake. Use a thermometer to check internal temp before serving.
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