The Carnevale Lasagna is Delicioso!

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Well, it may have taken me half of a day to make this lasagna recipe, but it was totally worth the time and effort. The recipe is quite extra-ordinary from my own lasagna recipe with Bolognese sauce because it has the following extras in the recipe that take the lasagna over the top:


1. meatballs with prosciutto are added
2. each layer has chopped prosciutto and Genoa salami included
3. the Bolognese sauce has red wine included


Each of these additions contributes to a very intense marriage of flavors. The added strong flavors really take it to the WOW factor level. I just cannot describe how delicious this lasagna is!


So if you’ve got the time, go for it! This lasagna certainly lives up to its name of “La Grande”
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The recipe is posted below in the previous post and is also featured in Foodista (the link is provided here)

La Grande Lasagna Di Carnevale on Foodista


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  1. says

    Everything always looks so delicious here!Thanks for the link! I’ve added you to my Italian Sites page :)

    (You don’t have to use the badge to join the festa, sweety. Just put a link to both Marie and me and please mention the event, ok? We would love to have you join us!)

  2. says

    Hello, I clicked on your message link from Finding La Dolce Vita. Spotted your super rich lasagna (my mouth is watering).

    Then I saw you have dogs and horses! A good cook and an animal lover – this must be a good site – looked a little further and saw you’ve linked me on your sidebar. Thank you so much. I shall certainly return to see what you are creating over here. Very best wishes, Sally

  3. says

    Dear Proud Italian Cook,

    They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and even tho I am an amateur compared to all of the other bloggers (such as yourself) that are so masterful, these photos do show the dish’s richness.

    I’m honored that you stopped by.

  4. says

    Sally, I just found you too recently and am excited to follow your posts.

    Yup, animals and food, both so very comforting to us lowly human beings!

    I’ll be stopping by soon.

  5. says

    Oh my gosh Roz, love the combos. I can just imagine how much that baby weighed when all was said and done! It sounds absolutely fabulous! My hubby would be in heaven, he loves lasagna.

  6. says

    Hi dear Roz,
    I have to say that I didn’t see these last post of yours, because my followers updates aren’t showing up…a big problem, I missed so many yummy things out!!!but I am gonna make up for this…oh well,
    :) if only you lived closer, I am sure we could cook this togheter…You made me sooooo hungry with this wonderful dish!!!
    And, I don’t exaggerate when I say this dish looks muuuuch better and tastier than an italian one!
    You’re truly so talented..!!!

    Love,
    Annalisa

  7. says

    I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, your blog. Thank YOU so much for stopping by and leaving such and awesome comment. I am a new follower and can’t wait to read about all your yumminess that you have going on here. It helps that I am 100% Italian too!! wink,wink I am going to send my mom over (Over The Top Cupcakes) somethings telling me you two have A LOT in common.

  8. Joanne says

    Just wanted to let you know that Christine sent me over to your blog. I’m finding that I can’t pull myself away from it. Your food is mouth watering, your style is sooooooo classy. Being Italian myself, I can feel your passion as I explore your blog. I will definitely be following you. Please come visit me at “Over The Top Cupcakes”. P.S. I’m new to blogging and we’re still under construction.

  9. says

    Like mother, like daughter….
    I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, your blog.
    Christine sent me to your blog and I am thoroughly enjoying it and can’t seem to pull myself away. Being the Sicilian I am, I feel your passion. Your food is mouth watering and your style is so classy. I will certainly be following you. Stop by to see me at Over The Top Cupcakes.

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