Is Lasagna fattening?
Lasagna does not have to be fattening if made with premium grade ground beef with little or no fat. The white sauce is made with butter and flour, however the butter can be replaced with a good quality vegetable oil such as rice bran oil. This will reduce the saturated fat content.
For the cheese topping, substitute with low fat shredded cheese.
depends on how much lasagna you'd eat.
It depends on the contents. If you prepare lasagne using low fat ingerdients then it isn't as fattaning as normal lasagne.
The word 'fattening' is an adjective form, for example 'fattening food' or 'a fattening goose'. The word 'fattening' is the present participle of the verb 'to fatten'. The present participle of the verb is a gerund (verbal noun) and an adjective. Another adjective form is the past participle of the verb, 'fattened', for example 'a fattened calf'.
Italy!!!1 Lasagna originated in Etheopia...The Italian attempted to take over Etheopia, but I can't remember when, but they failed....The one thing they did take away from Etheopia and began to call their own is Lasagna...True story!! The Origination of the lasagna, was in Italy. The lasagna is also known as the "Lasagna el ferno" this food is rare to be found in northern Italy, even though Italy introduced the lasagna to the world.