De Cecco Lasagna Doppio
Lasagna is one of the oldest forms of pasta recorded. It probably corresponds to the Latin "Lagana". It has long been one of the most well-known and popular types of pasta in Italian cooking, and the simplest and most commonly used recipe calls for a ragù, béchamel and parmesan, although mozzarella has also been introduced more recently. Delicious "white" versions are also quite commonplace with sauces made from mushrooms and vegetables.