the history of lasagna
There are three theories about the origin of lasagna. Signifying two ancient Greek dishes. The main theory is derived from the Greek lasagna namely (laganon) namely flat key-doh think pasta is cut into the lane. Words (Lagana) is still used in Greek meant a kind of flat bread made without yeast juice.
Another theory is the lasagna is a word derived from Greek (lasana) or (lasanon) which intends "trivet or stand for the pot", "chamber pot". Rom people borrow words as "lasanum", which meant "pot" in Latin. The Italians use the word to refer to a dish in which lasagna is made. Then the name of the dish of food took the name of the dish.
The third theory is that this dish has been reserved is the development of the English Language resipi the 14th century "Loseyn" as described in the forme of Cury, cooking books were used during the reign of Richard II. However, the theory is still a perbalahan kerana bahawa it may be said is the principle herb tomato lasagna. It did not arrive in Europe so after Columbus reached America in 1492 (Talk earliest tomato in European literature appeared in the herb which was written in 1544 by Pietro Andrea Mattioli earliest cookbook when encountered with tomato resipi been published in Naples in 1692, although the author has seemingly got resepi from Spanish sources