EASY RAVIOLI LASAGNA
If you’re like us, you can eat lasagna all the time! A warm and cheesy lasagna dish is an ideal go-to meal for family gatherings and celebrations.
When topped with grated fresh Parmesan cheese and a glass of pinot noir, a regular lasagna dish on a Friday night is elevated to a gourmet meal fit for a king and queen.
That’s exactly the kind of experience you’ll enjoy at Mi’talia.
When you’re here, you’ll want to try our Stone Oven Lasagna made with beef bolognese and paired with sourdough toast.
But as much as we eat and love this Italian favorite, have you ever wondered who invented lasagna?
Lasagna History of the Origin of Naples
The Greeks are believed to have first settled in the area of Naples in 2BC and it is currently the third-largest city of Italy.
Naples is also the capital city of Campania, one of the most populous areas in Italy.
It eventually became the epicenter of culture for the Roman empire and played a key role as the capital of the Duchy of Naples and the Kingdom of Naples.
Eventually, it became the center of the baroque period and an artistic renaissance sparked by the famed Italian painter Caravaggio.
• 2 jars of Spaghetti sauce, your choice of flavor
• 2-30 ounces bags of frozen or fresh ravioli, pre made
• ½ cup Parmesan Cheese, freshly grated
• 1 ½ cups Mozzarella cheese, shredded
• Chopped basil or parsley for garnish
Preheat the oven to 400* Spray a 9×13 baking pan lightly Spread a layer of Sauce ½ jar over the bottom of the pan Layer one package over the Spaghetti Sauce Pour the remaining sauce from the first jar over the ravioli.
Sprinkle that with half the amount of cheese, Mozzarella and Parmesan Repeat the layers starting with the Sauce, and each layer through the cheese.
Spray the underside of a sheet of aluminum foil and cover the baking pan with it. Bake for 30 minutes, then remove the oil and bake for an additional 15 minutes Let sit for at least 5 minutes before serving.