Freshly rolled pasta, creamy bechamel and Dry-Aged Bolognese: aged beef, hand-cut and braised for hours with tomatoes, red wine, herbs and spices.
For best results, place the sealed package in the refrigerator to thaw about half a day before your meal - overnight (or in the early morning) if you want it for lunch, in the morning if it’s for dinner. If your plans change, the chilled and still sealed package will last up to 3 days in the refrigerator. If you’re in a hurry, just get the package from the freezer and hold it under warm water for a few minutes until partially thawed, then heat it for a little bit longer than usual. Open and discard the package and reheat the lasagna in the pan (stove on low-medium heat, covered, flip once), on a sheet in the oven (about XX minutes at 180°C), or on a plate in the microwave (800W for 5 minutes).
Grate some Parmesan cheese over the lasagna before heating. Otherwise, it's perfect as is.
To go with it
Some baguette bread for the sauce, a salad or steamed vegetables as a side dish.
Fresh pasta (durum wheat semolina, wheat flour, rice flour, salt), Béchamel sauce (milk, wheat flour, butter, salt, pepper, nutmeg), beef meat, pork pancetta, tomato purée, red wine, Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, carrots, onions, celery, extra native olive oil, salt, sugar, bay leaf.