Deep Fried Lasagna Rolls

It would be hard to say no to Deep Fried Lasagna Rolls once they are on the table. I am sure that there is no way you'll regret making these delicious treats for your friends and family. The aroma alone will make you ask for more! I found this recipe from a blog called Peepmyeats. The site doesnt just feature amazing recipes because there are also some restaurant reviews. This blog will help you find the best places to find some good food!

This recipe for Deep Fried Lasagna Rolls comes in handy if you have an upcoming party. It is also the perfect appetizer! Turning lasagna into deep fried rolls is something unique and creative. It will leave your party guests quite intrigued on how you made it. But before you get too excited in making this dish, I thought it would be fun to share a thing or two about Lasagna. According to food historians, there is a huge possibility that it is the oldest type of pasta. There are documents stating that it might have originated from the Greeks. It looks like the Romans just adapted it from them. Lasagna is from layers of flat and thin pasta with meat, sauce and cheese. If you are a pasta lover, then Im sure this is on top of your list of favorite pasta dishes.

For this recipe, you must have all the basic ingredients needed in making lasagna. And since it is "deep fried," I would recommend that you use olive oil or walnut oil. These oils are healthier than the usual vegetable and cooking oil. This will only take about 45 minutes of your time, so it is perfect to make if you are in a hurry.

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