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August 17, 2020 3 min read

Having a gluten-free diet shouldn't exclude you from enjoying the finer foods in life. With our gluten-free lasagna noodles and gluten-free lasagna recipe, no longer will you be stuck craving the creamy, cheesy, comforts of a homemade lasagna!

Using thoughtfully prepared homemade pasta and the right ingredients, your gluten-free lasagna will be super-delicious and fresh. Use your gluten-free lasagna sheets to layer a hearty, filling lasagna, and you'll be able to enjoy one of the best Italian-inspired comfort foods out there.


Gluten-free lasagna noodles and lasagna recipe FAQ

That's it for our gluten-free lasagna recipe. Homemade noodles, tomato sauce, and ricotta spread make this a delicious meal!

We have asked our chefs some of the most commons questions we get about these recipes. Keep reading for our gluten-free lasagna noodles recipe FAQ.

How long does it take to boil lasagna noodles?

You really don't need to boil your homemade lasagna noodles for any longer than 90 seconds. After this, they'll quickly become overcooked and mushy when you bake them in the oven as part of the assembled lasagna. The lasagna sheets need to be 'al dente,' for the best consistency for your gluten-free lasagna.

Why do I need ice-cold water for the cooked noodles?

Immediately after the noodles cook in the boiling water for 90 sec, place them into the bowl of ice-cold water to halt the cooking process. The ice-cold water shocks them and immediately stops them from softening anymore.

The noodles will soften just a little more while the lasagna bakes in the oven. This step is essential in making the noodles the perfect consistency in the final product.

Can I make the ricotta mixture ahead of time?

Absolutely! You can prepare the cheese mixture ahead of time and leave it covered in the fridge for no longer than 24 hours before using it.

Can I leave my gluten-free lasagna pasta in the fridge?

Once they have been boiled in the water for 90 sec, you can dry the lasagna sheets out before refrigerating in order to save them for later use. This will extend the lifespan of the gluten-free lasagne noodles.

If you place them directly in the fridge without drying, they will only last for 24 hours.

Can I use prepackaged gluten-free noodles?

Yes, yes, yes. We're in no way suggesting you have to use homemade gluten-free noodles.

To make this process quicker, you can definitely purchase prepackaged gluten-free lasagna noodles and use them. Just remember to cook them 'al dente' as the packaging instructs so as not to overcook them.

Can I store leftover gluten-free lasagna in the fridge?

Yes, you can! Just wait until the leftovers (if you have any) have cooled down. Transfer the leftovers into resealable containers or zip locks bags to help keep them fresh.

Use the leftover lasagna within 48 hours. After this, it can start to lose its freshness, or even begin to turn for the worse. Reheat the lasagna on low power in the microwave, or slowly in the oven.

Can I freeze my gluten-free lasagna?

If there's anything left over after dinner, then you can easily freeze your gluten-free lasagna. You can even prepare the lasagna in advance, divide it into portions, and freeze the whole lot for later!

Wait for the lasagna to cool down, and place them in individual portion-sized pieces into resealable containers or zip lock bags. Storing in serving size portions will make it much easier when it comes to thawing the leftovers later, as you can thaw and reheat one portion at a time, as you need them.

You can thaw the leftovers on the side, or place them in the microwave on low power. Reheat the gluten-free lasagna in the oven or the microwave. This is a great way to meal prep for a busy week coming up!

Gluten-free lasagna noodles recipe and gluten-free lasagna recipe takeaways

With our detailed recipe, you'll quickly be putting your pasta maker into action as you turn out delicious sheets of gluten-free lasagna noodles. After you have your gluten-free lasagna noodles ready and set to go, we suggest moving on to our traditional lasagna or butternut squash lasagna recipe.

Don't let a strict gluten-free diet stand in the way of diving into a cheesy and hearty lasagna dish. Layer up your gluten-free lasagna, and enjoy super-delicious comfort food, without the gluten. Why not bookmark our recipe for later?

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