One of the most difficult things about cooking lasagne sheets is that they tend to stick to each other. Learn how to prepare lasagne sheets without them getting stuck together.

Boil water like you normally do when cooking lasagne sheets. However, this time stir vigorously in circles so you create a whirlpool in the water. This way, when you add the lasagne sheets to the boiling water, the whirlpool movement will prevent them from sticking to each other.

How do I keep them?

If you would like to keep a few cooked lasagne sheets in the fridge, we recommend you spread them out over a paper towel and splash a little bit of water on top or place them on a damp tea towel.

Spread them out over the paper towel by placing them on top of each other in a stair-like fashion, leaving a gap of about 2 cm. It is important to add a little oil between the sheets so they do not stick together. Roll up the paper towel carefully with plastic wrap and keep it in the fridge.