A Feast for the Senses: Don Angie’s Lasagna for Two
They say you eat with your eyes first.
But in a socially-crazed world, when Insta-worthiness can often trump taste these days, it’s quite a treat to discover a dish that has it all: strong visual appeal, high-quality ingredients, and great flavor.
Say “ciao” to the ‘Lasagna for Two’ at Don Angie in New York City.
After the modern Italian-American spot in the West Village debuted its macaroni masterpiece, it quickly became a viral sensation.
This beautifully unique rolled lasagna has a one-of-a-kind presentation and is known as the restaurant’s most iconic dish.
According to Foodbeast, “the Don Angie lasagna drew inspiration from the most unlikely of things: cinnamon buns.” After seeing the sweet buns on the ’gram, chef Angie Rito was inspired to create a rolled lasagna that was cut on its side.
The eye-catching result has garnered all the likes, shares, and rave reviews, making it one of the most viral dishes in the New York dining scene.
This luscious, large-format lasagna features fresh bolognese sauce made daily, silky béchamel sauce, creamy robiola cheese dollops, and Parmigiano-Reggiano that’s been aged for 24 months.
A dish that tastes just as incredible as it looks is like finding a unicorn. It’s nearly im-pasta-ble.
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