WITH FRESH PASTA & PARMESAN CHEESE
RED WINE BOLOGNESE AND BECHAMEL BETWEEN FRESH PASTA SHEETS.
DID YOU KNOW? The tomatoes, milk, and mozzarella in lasagne, make it a good source of Vitamin A.
Vitamin A is actually not one vitamin but a collection of nutrients.
The word “lasagna” is derived from the Greek word “lasanon” meaning chamber pot. The word was later borrowed by the Romans as “lasanum” to mean cooking pot. The word lasagna or lasagne (plural) now simply applies to the dish itself. The British (and Italians) generally use “lasagne" while the Americans commonly use the singular “lasagna”.
SULLY’S COOKING INSTRUCTIONS:
For best results we strongly recommend cooking in the oven:
1) Oven cooks from chilled, Remove sleeve and film
2) Place in a pre-heated oven at 190'C/Fan 170'C For 30-35 minutes
3) Ensure food is piping hot throughout before serving.
If you're in a hurry-pop onto a microwaveable plate or bowl and cover. Cook at 800w for 6 minutes.
All appliances vary, these are guidelines only. Do not reheat.
Suitable for home freezing, use within one month. Defrost before use.
- Contains milk.
- Contains egg.
- Contains celery.
- Contains wheat.
- May contain bones.
- May Contain Traces of Nuts.
- Not suitable for vegetarians.
- Energy kJ 597
- Energy Kcal 142
- Fat 5.4
- Of which saturates 3
- Carbohydrate 13.7
- Of which sugars 1.3
- Fibre 1.4
- Protein 9
- Salt 0.79
- Energy kJ 2388
- Energy Kcal 569
- Fat 21.6
- Of which saturates 11.9
- Carbohydrate 54.8
- Of which sugars 5.3
- Fibre 5.7
- Protein 36.1
- Salt 3.15