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Homemade Lasagna Sheets Recipe

Homemade Lasagna Sheets – There is nothing better than homemade pasta, it’s fresh, you know exactly what’s in it, and it always tastes good. You don’t need a pasta machine to make lasagna sheets. A rolling pin, a sharp knife, and a clean working surface is all you need to shape your homemade lasagna sheets.

Homemade Lasagna Sheets. Learn how to make lasagna sheets from scratch without pasta machine. Nothing is better than these lasagna sheets, it’s fresh and you know exactly what’s in it. www.munatycooking.com | @munatycooking
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Like many, I was hesitant to make fresh pasta at home, the first time I made pasta I couldn’t believe how easy it is to make!

Making Homemade Lasagna Sheets.

Today I’m showing you how to make lasagna sheets without a pasta machine and using only flour since semolina is not always available in everyone’s kitchen.

Eggs and salt are what you are going to add to the flour, three ingredients for an amazing pasta.

Homemade Lasagna Sheets. Learn how to make lasagna sheets from scratch without pasta machine. Nothing is better than these lasagna sheets, it’s fresh and you know exactly what’s in it. www.munatycooking.com | @munatycooking

Homemade Lasagna Sheets Are Easy to Make

You have to leave the homemade lasagna sheets to dry for half an hour and then boil it just like how you normally boil your pasta, except it will not need more than five minutes to cook.

Use it to make your favorite lasagna recipe, or you can wait till my next post (See the pic below.) where I’ll show you how to use these homemade lasagna sheets.

If you enjoyed this recipe consider using Marcato Atlas Pasta Machine, a one-time investment and you’ll have fun making different types and shapes of pasta.

Click the image below for the recipe!

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Homemade Lasagna Sheets Recipe

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Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 8 sheets

Ingredients

  • 1 ½ cup all-purpose flour
  • 2 whole eggs
  • ¼ teaspoon salt

Instructions

  • In a bowl, add the flour, salt, and mix.
  • Add the eggs and mix well, when the ingredients are combined start kneading.
  • You will need to knead this dough for at least three minutes.
  • Depending on the flour you are using, you may need to add more flour, in this case, add a tablespoon at a time. In cases, your dough is too dry, add one to two tablespoon of water. In both cases, the dough should hold together and not be sticky.
  • After kneading the dough cover with plastic wrap and let it rest for 30 minutes.
  • Now the dough will have a softer texture since it rested, and is ready to be rolled.
  • Keep some extra flour on the side for dusting.
  • Cut the dough in half, roll out one-half until thin. You should able to almost see your fingers through it.
  • Now cut the rolled out dough into your desired sheet size or shape.
  • This dough can be used to make other types of pasta, like spaghetti, tortellini, ravioli, …etc.
  • Leave the sheets to dry for half an hour.
  • In a pan boil enough water to cover the pasta sheets, season with salt, add the lasagna sheets in the boiling water, and let it cook for 5 minutes.
  • Drain the lasagna sheets and now you can use them in making lasagna.
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18 Comments

  1. Bet it tastes particularly fresh and delicious! Thumbs UP for you, Muna.

    • munatycooking

      Thanks Angie! Homemade pasta tastes so fresh you almost don’t want to buy from the store 🙂

  2. The lasagna will definitely taste fresh because these sheets are homemade! 🙂

  3. How we cook this fresh lasanga .. should we boil it first?

    • munatycooking

      Hi Nour, as mentioned in the recipe, you have to boil the lasagna sheets for 5 minutes and then use it in making any of your favorite lasagna dishes.

    • Jolandie

      This was great. I just want to know is there a way I can store this for later. Like for example I want to make a big batch and then use it as I go along.

      Tastes wonderful by the way 🤗

      • munatycooking

        Hi Jolandie, thanks for trying my recipe 🙂 … You can freeze the lasagna sheets for up to 3 months. Place a wax or parchment paper between each lasagna sheet and place them in a freezer bag.

  4. Jonathan

    Do the sheets change dimensions after drying and cooking? can I cut them the size of my dish and expect them to be larger or smaller after cooking?

  5. Can I add these to lasagna that I make ahead of time and it still turn out the same? I’m nervous they would soak up the sauce and become gummy. I typically prepare the pan of lasagna earlier in the day, and then bring to room temp and bake closer to dinner. Will that work with these?

  6. My first time making noodles and lasagna. This recipe is working great for me!

  7. Sufia Khanam

    This really worked great for me. Made it twice. Got very good sheets the first time itself. My family loved it.

  8. So am I alright to add all the sheets at once? The site doesn’t explain whether or not the sheets would stick together during the boiling process.after they’ve dried.

    • munatycooking

      Hi, the lasagna sheets shouldn’t stick together while boiling. Make sure to add the sheets to boiling water!

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