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Baked Lasagna Bolognese

Baked Lasagna Bolognese
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Baked Lasagna Bolognese


Indulge in the rich and authentic flavors of our Baked Lasagna Bolognese, exclusively available on Epicured.com. Expertly crafted with layers of velvety pasta, robust Bolognese sauce, and a perfect blend of melted cheeses, this dish promises an unforgettable Italian dining experience in the comfort of your home.
Why Choose Epicured’s Baked Lasagna Bolognese?
Authentic Taste: Prepared using traditional Italian recipes, our Lasagna Bolognese offers a taste of Italy in every bite.
Quality Ingredients: Made with fresh, high-quality ingredients, free from artificial preservatives and flavors.
Perfectly Layered: Experience the balance of pasta sheets, rich meat sauce, creamy béchamel, and gooey cheeses.
Convenience: Pre-baked and ready to heat, enjoy gourmet lasagna without any hassle.

A low FODMAP Baked Lasagna Bolognese offers several benefits, especially for individuals with certain digestive sensitivities. Here are some of the key benefits:
Digestive Comfort: FODMAPs (Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides, and Polyols) are specific types of carbohydrates that can be difficult for some people to digest. A low FODMAP lasagna can help prevent or reduce digestive discomfort such as bloating, gas, and abdominal pain.
IBS Friendly: A significant portion of people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) find relief from their symptoms when they follow a low FODMAP diet. This lasagna would be suitable for those adhering to such a diet.
Reduced Risk of Diarrhea and Constipation: By avoiding high FODMAP foods that can trigger diarrhea or constipation, individuals might experience more regular bowel movements.
Inclusivity in Group Meals: For households or gatherings with individuals who are sensitive to FODMAPs, this dish allows everyone to enjoy the same meal without feeling left out or experiencing adverse reactions.
Maintains Flavor Without the FODMAPs: Just because it's low FODMAP doesn't mean it's low in flavor. The right recipe can still capture the rich and layered flavors of traditional lasagna while being easier on the digestive system.
Supports Gut Health: Over time, consuming a low FODMAP diet can help to balance gut flora and promote overall gut health, especially for those with sensitivities or gut disorders.
Increased Mindfulness about Ingredients: Preparing and consuming low FODMAP foods often leads to a heightened awareness of ingredients and their potential impacts on the body. This mindfulness can translate to making healthier choices overall.
Versatility in Dietary Planning: Even for those without FODMAP sensitivities, introducing low FODMAP dishes like lasagna Bolognese can offer variety in meal planning and may reduce the overall intake of certain fermentable carbs.

Ingredients in the Baked Lasagna Bolognese
Tomatoes: In moderate portions, common tomatoes are considered low FODMAP and are a staple in many Italian dishes, imparting a fresh and tangy flavor.
Beef: Pure beef without any additives is low in FODMAPs. It provides a rich source of protein and gives the Bolognese its signature robust flavor.
Water: Neutral and essential for cooking, water is naturally FODMAP-free.
Brown Rice Lasagna Noodles: Made from brown rice and water, these noodles are a gluten-free and low FODMAP alternative to traditional wheat-based pasta.
Mozzarella Cheese & Parmesan Cheese: While many dairy products are high in lactose (a FODMAP), aged cheeses like mozzarella and parmesan are typically low in lactose, making them more tolerable and adding creamy, rich flavors to the dish.
Garlic-Infused Olive Oil & Onion-Infused Olive Oil: Garlic and onions are high FODMAP foods. However, their FODMAPs are water-soluble but not oil-soluble. By infusing their flavors into oil and excluding the solid parts, you get the essence and taste without the FODMAP content.
Parsley, Basil, Oregano, Thyme: These herbs are low FODMAP and add a depth of flavor to the Bolognese sauce.
Salt & Black Pepper: Both are seasonings that don't contain FODMAPs and are used to enhance the overall taste of the dish.

By using these ingredients, the Baked Lasagna Bolognese becomes a delicious option for those on a low FODMAP diet, offering them a meal that's both flavorful and friendly to their digestive system.

Nutrition Facts (%) - percentage of daily value
Serving size
10.37oz (294g)
1 serving per container
Per Serving
Calories
500
Total fat
23g
(29%)
Saturated fat
10g
(50%)
Trans fat
0g
Cholesterol
80mg
(27%)
Sodium
580mg
(25%)
Total carbohydrate
45g
(16%)
Dietary fiber
4g
(14%)
Total sugars
4g
Includes added sugars
0g
(0%)
Protein
28g
Vitamin D
0mg
(0%)
Calcium
337mg
(26%)
Iron
3mg
(17%)
Potassium
639mg
(14%)
All Ingredients
Contains:  Milk
Tomatoes, Beef, Water, Brown Rice Lasagna Noodles (brown rice, water), Mozzarella Cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese culture, salt, enzymes), Parmesan Cheese (pasteurized part-skim milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes, powdered cellulose added to prevent caking, natamycin (a natural mold inhibitor)), Garlic-Infused Olive Oil (olive oil, natural garlic flavor), Onion-Infused Olive Oil (olive oil, natural onion flavor), Parsley, Basil, Salt, Oregano, Thyme, Black Pepper.

How to Prepare

Reheat

Remove all lids and any plastic components. Microwave for 1-2 minutes. If necessary, heat in 30 second intervals until sufficiently warm. Add components if included, and enjoy! CAUTION - food may be very hot - test before consuming.
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