Best Lasagne in ITALY?

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Comments • 318

  • sandro jungi
    sandro jungi 23 days ago

    Hello Uncle Food Busker
    How long do you leave the baby in the oven? We are doing the recipe right now. Thanks btw for the great content.

  • Papa Wylie
    Papa Wylie Month ago

    Am I the only person that hates crispy topped lasagne?

  • Turd Ferguson
    Turd Ferguson Month ago

    That's really interesting..I had no idea.

  • thomas
    thomas 3 months ago

    Bake spaghetti is also good

  • Jon Enge
    Jon Enge 3 months ago

    Lasagne with bechamel? That's crazy talk! I've only ever had it with red sauce.

  • Graham Griffin
    Graham Griffin 3 months ago

    What are the white cubes in 7:43?

  • Max Patana
    Max Patana 3 months ago


  • RealrocketgamerTV
    RealrocketgamerTV 3 months ago

    Lol 0:01

  • Sofia Pellegrini
    Sofia Pellegrini 4 months ago

    The lasagna we eat up north is incredible too! We put besciamel, parmesan and in ragù in it... Never had that one with boiled eggs, and I'm Italian lol

  • BashIpsen
    BashIpsen 4 months ago

    But what about Italy and Lasagne?

  • Macabre
    Macabre 4 months ago

    Damn, it looks like vomit, it's food for the prison ?

  • viodio tutti
    viodio tutti 4 months ago

    Bologna "is just besciamella"? lol. Ignorance everywhere

  • Le Art
    Le Art 4 months ago

    this lasagna is so burnt it looks like a fucking shoe sole

  • MrNoxxis
    MrNoxxis 4 months ago

    6:58 E l a s t i c i t y
    I love how you stress certain words

  • jehova wreggeles
    jehova wreggeles 4 months ago +2

    Manzo is Beef and not veal sorry chef...

    • emmesse ods
      emmesse ods 4 months ago

      you're right, the italian word for "veal" is "vitello". beef=manzo

  • htothejay
    htothejay 4 months ago

    This was bloody delish. Great job

  • Matthew
    Matthew 4 months ago +1

    Iv'e just brought a pasta machine because of this video

  • Stevo-Solo
    Stevo-Solo 4 months ago +1

    Oh my!!! One of my favourite meals made even better.Taxi🚖🛫🛬🇮🇹😛

  • connect4king
    connect4king 4 months ago

    Porn just Porn

  • Meisterlan Ralte
    Meisterlan Ralte 4 months ago


  • Piotr Poliwka
    Piotr Poliwka 4 months ago

    Tomatoes are peeled and de-seeded to remove most of their poisons. Bitterness you mentioned we humans do not like as it normally means food has some sort of bad substance.

  • Adam Shaiken
    Adam Shaiken 4 months ago

    I love nipples !, and now I'm scarred because you scared me.

  • Nick O'Brien
    Nick O'Brien 4 months ago


  • Luca Bovone
    Luca Bovone 4 months ago +1

    One of your best videos, production level gone up significantly !

  • August Ryckman
    August Ryckman 4 months ago

    Did someone say nipples? ( . Y . )

  • Bruce Maddox
    Bruce Maddox 4 months ago

    why aren't you on Food Network? get an agent!!

  • Mi Bo
    Mi Bo 4 months ago +1

    So interesting! Thank you so much for sharing this. Great job

  • ASneakyGranny
    ASneakyGranny 4 months ago +1

    That lasagne looks crisp

  • وصفات مميزة
    وصفات مميزة 4 months ago

    يبدو لذيذا

  • Jamie Oliver
    Jamie Oliver 4 months ago +15

    Oh my my!! (As the Big G would say!) x

  • Steve Jackson
    Steve Jackson 4 months ago

    Recipe please and thanks, eh ;-) from Canada

  • Jeffrey Scott
    Jeffrey Scott 4 months ago

    Gennaro is the man!

    • Jeffrey Scott
      Jeffrey Scott 4 months ago

      Really looking forward to this series. That lasagna looked really tasty.

  • Kurt Leier
    Kurt Leier 4 months ago

    Food porn

  • Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.

    God damn I'm hungry

  • niels nielsen
    niels nielsen 4 months ago

    what an ass of a host

  • Vincenzos Plate
    Vincenzos Plate 4 months ago +1

    You should go and try my nonna #lasagna

  • menamgamg
    menamgamg 4 months ago

    I was in Amalfi (the town) last summer and found a sushi/italian fusion restaurant that was incredible. Had a few really cool food experiences there, but you really gotta try hard to find them amongst all the touristy places :p

  • Cor82
    Cor82 4 months ago

    People put bechamél in lasagna?

  • Gary Lindley
    Gary Lindley 4 months ago

    Great Vlogs! whereabouts in brum are you from?

  • Beppe
    Beppe 4 months ago

    Wè Uaglio, bell st’orologg

  • Chris T.
    Chris T. 4 months ago

    Its not veal and pork its beef and pork for the meatballs

  • Elias Chamoun
    Elias Chamoun 4 months ago

    Bitch Lasagne in ITALY?

  • Francesco Saccaggi
    Francesco Saccaggi 4 months ago +1

    Manzo is not veal, it is beef.

    • Roger Moar
      Roger Moar 4 months ago

      You must clearly be a idiot veal comes from beef yes but castrated male dairy cattle a female good for milk production what are male dairy cattle good for unless you give hand jobs fool

  • erikkz
    erikkz 4 months ago

    Late to the party, but still delicious! Thanks chef!!!

  • Purple Aki
    Purple Aki 4 months ago

    Naples is dangerous as fuck. Them Italians don't fuck about

  • brit in the Philippines

    Haha...your vids get better and better....hopefully I will get a flight an try nipples one day....that lasagna 😋..I've made it here with bechamel an my Filipino friends loved thing I am craving is the best pork pie with extra jelly...pimped the busker way!😁...I'm starving now...better go eat some rice.🤢

  • Oscar Mayer
    Oscar Mayer 4 months ago

    so an almost 5 minute intro to a 9 minute video? oof

  • Anjana Dey
    Anjana Dey 4 months ago

    Legit comfort food mate

  • Roy de Hamel
    Roy de Hamel 4 months ago

    Bro. Same again!! Production was off the chain man! Love your work dude

  • Nicholas Bruce
    Nicholas Bruce 4 months ago

    Killing it my man!

  • Steve Ibbert
    Steve Ibbert 4 months ago

    Where is the recipe?

  • thecaffineman
    thecaffineman 4 months ago +1

    Wow food busker you speak Italian? Is there anything you can’t do? Btw I am so thrilled you’re doing this! Been working so long for you to do an Italian series!

  • Dale Whitehouse
    Dale Whitehouse 4 months ago

    Superb video

  • Dnb33
    Dnb33 4 months ago


  • DisjointedImages
    DisjointedImages 4 months ago

    I've never had hard boiled eggs in it, but lasagne in the US is nearly always presented with ricotta, tomato sauce, and some kind of meat. That seems to be the more 'traditional' recipe for the dish that is most popular here. Makes you consider the regionality of some of our early Italian immigrants. Thanks for the interesting history and delicious food shots!

  • Fernando Thiedig
    Fernando Thiedig 4 months ago

    Did you have the recipe and in yes could you share, I love Lasagne!

  • Joe Robinson
    Joe Robinson 4 months ago

    You're killing it with the quality of the videos lately JQ. Never heard of the Naples style Lasagne before, but everything about it sounds amazing! Sausage, ricotta, and egg? Why not. Might have to dust off the old pasta maker and give it a go... is that a recipe I see coming next week?

  • Orion6699
    Orion6699 4 months ago

    I lived in Italy for a year and a half. Sometimes you can find some really good stuff. Most of the time though I thought the food was so so. Like... I could easily make this at home so so. Often times the 'touristy' places just serve frozen shit from the supermarket.

  • Nu'blessed
    Nu'blessed 4 months ago

    wow i need an actual recipe

  • CoolsMcghee
    CoolsMcghee 4 months ago +1

    The production and quality of your videos is very much noticed, well done!

  • Critical Thinker
    Critical Thinker 4 months ago

    Lasagne has to be the most over rated dish in the world

  • Matt Sanders
    Matt Sanders 4 months ago


  • ZDS
    ZDS 4 months ago

    I might have to try and make this aha

  • joe Thomson
    joe Thomson 4 months ago

    Wow the lasagne looks flipping epic, I'm so hungry right now great vid busker can't wait for the next one

  • Rémi El Franquito
    Rémi El Franquito 4 months ago +2

    Nipples vs naples

  • Frank Meme
    Frank Meme 4 months ago +2

    in Sicily we make lasagne with hard boiled eggs too

  • choomatt
    choomatt 4 months ago +2

    My grandmother from Sicily has her own recipe. It also uses ricotta, but not boiled eggs or meatballs.
    Ricotta in lasagna is so much better than what most places use

  • Laurence Graham
    Laurence Graham 4 months ago

    Oh ginger, you’ve put on some timber! Maybe a heath food video opportunity?

  • joffff
    joffff 4 months ago +2

    I've been eating the Neapolitan lasagne for the past 40 years, guessing it was a Southern Italian variation (as that's where my grandparents are from) but never realising it's the OG of lasagne! People need to ditch the bechamel and get this one in their lives - pronto!

    • Food Busker
      Food Busker  4 months ago


    • joffff
      joffff 4 months ago

      Not to mention the corners being the most sought-after portions when the top is crisp 👌

  • STFU James M
    STFU James M 4 months ago +1

    Naples is a Greek city( dont believe me? GOOGLE
    Its no surprise the best food comes from there
    And when my mother made Lasagna it was always with Tomatoes and Riccotta, and sometimes with sliced sausages

  • nic claass
    nic claass 4 months ago +1

    bad on jamie...

  • boaz
    boaz 4 months ago +1

    Sooooooooo are you gonna share the recipe next week? There were too many specifics missing this week to recreate properly for me... :D
    Can't wait to give this a try!

    VINCEVAZ27 4 months ago +1

    That’s how most of the people in I know make it here in chicago, in the states. Never heard of it being made with bechamel before. Tomato/pasta sauce and ricotta is what I know.

    • VINCEVAZ27
      VINCEVAZ27 4 months ago +1

      Food Busker Not sure, just know most restaurants and people make it here using tomato sauce and ricotta, along with a few other ingredients. Maybe it’s because of the regions the Italian population in Chicago immigrated from back in Italy, versus where they immigrated from in other parts of the world, such as New York and the UK? Even my mom, used tomato sauce and ricotta cheese as some of the main ingredients because that’s what the people around us used. And we were super poor and also not from Italy. Just interesting how some parts of the world are used to a common dish being made one way, and another part another way. Just came across your channel a few weeks ago and absolutely love your content.

    • Food Busker
      Food Busker  4 months ago

      so interesting, where did you get your recipe from?

  • Adoptulous
    Adoptulous 4 months ago +2

    such high quality vids now! glad i stayed!

  • Pablo Schultz
    Pablo Schultz 4 months ago +1

    Ever heard of lasagne bianco? Had it in Rome once but never found a decent recipe after that one time. Cheers lad!

    • Pablo Schultz
      Pablo Schultz 4 months ago

      @Food Busker thanks for replying mate, been a fan since the windy ol' sandwiches and pimped up mayonaises. Well I didn't get a lot of truffle. The one recipe I found on YT was more like a béchamel sauce with the meat in it. Hope you'll dive deeper in the lasagne world.
      oh and btw the new material and filming style looks slick!

    • Food Busker
      Food Busker  4 months ago

      i'm guessing it's a tomato free lasagne probably with mushroom, truffle and spinach?

  • MdK
    MdK 4 months ago

    What the hell? I can't believe this recipe. Totally unexpected ingredients and layering. Will have to really change up my lasagne game it seems.

  • Kieran Horner
    Kieran Horner 4 months ago +1

    Genaro is n.1, his accent is all kinds of weird.

  • Gabriel Martins
    Gabriel Martins 4 months ago

    "Manzo" is beef, not necessarily veal. Are you sure he means veal?

  • Emil Smith Nielsen
    Emil Smith Nielsen 4 months ago

    Hi Foodbusker!
    1. Great video. Great quality. The intro is great - The animation stuff. The drone shots, awesome!
    2. How come you went with the lasagne and not pizza?
    3. How big is your crew on this trip?
    4. Did you get new glasses?
    I cannot wait for second episode. :D

  • MBJ
    MBJ 4 months ago +1

    Any chance for the recipe

  • Matt Randazzo
    Matt Randazzo 4 months ago +1

    Wow. Video looks amazing

  • Patrick Adams
    Patrick Adams 4 months ago +1

    I could legit sit and eat that whole tray by myself.....i have to make this...can we have a Foodbusker version of this

  • Amy Isabel Murayama
    Amy Isabel Murayama 4 months ago

    All the saliva that was spit on the sausages...

  • orlando1a1
    orlando1a1 4 months ago +1

    This is just ludicrously luscious Lasagne porn, pure and simple. Food Busker is spreading the Lasagne love...

  • r g
    r g 4 months ago +1

    not gonna lie that vacuum seal tech for the dough is pretty genius, given how much air it could remove thats like an instant 24 hour rest.

  • notold37
    notold37 4 months ago +1

    Bloody hell, that looked awesome 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺

  • Alex Stars 94er
    Alex Stars 94er 4 months ago +2

    Like i was saying i love Lasagne and by the way ❤️love❤️ your Video Food Busker keep it up. 👍👍👍

  • Sascha Mans
    Sascha Mans 4 months ago

    Hey John, what is Emilio finishing the lasagne with at the very end? Bread crumbs? Semolina? Parmesan? Or anything else? Nice video, man, as always!

  • Dániel CSANÁDI
    Dániel CSANÁDI 4 months ago +2

    intro - so dope!

  • Daryl Cargill
    Daryl Cargill 4 months ago +1

    That looked and sounded utterly incredible.
    Great video John! You've really upped your game in the last year or so.

    • Food Busker
      Food Busker  4 months ago +1

      thanks Daryl, been working hard and appreciate the feedback 👊

  • Espen Carlsmose
    Espen Carlsmose 4 months ago +1

    This brings tear to my eyes! Im SO gonna spend loads time trying to do my very best version of naples lasagna!

    • Lewis
      Lewis 4 months ago

      cooking lasagna brings tears to your eyes lol?

  • Gabriele Pumo
    Gabriele Pumo 4 months ago +1

    Awesome, had never heard of this type of lasagne before!

  • Cucina Confidenziale
    Cucina Confidenziale 4 months ago +1

    Great video man!

  • Dionisio Diokno
    Dionisio Diokno 4 months ago +1


  • Thad Giannetti
    Thad Giannetti 4 months ago +1

    Wow, send the kids to bed! This one opens with lingerie, and slides right into a Fellini acid trip homage. 2:10 and the finish will make your brain salivate over mind blowing lasagna. truly wasn't prepared for this kind of journey. 👍👍👍

  • Craig Sutherland
    Craig Sutherland 4 months ago +1

    The restaurant were a stay make it like that and it’s amazing

  • [SGS] Kobold
    [SGS] Kobold 4 months ago +1

    The story about the real lasagne. And with the help from Big-G for Big-FB, nothing can go wrong. I like that. = )

  • oscarBot9000
    oscarBot9000 4 months ago

    Valentino didn't say much

  • Dom Lloyd
    Dom Lloyd 4 months ago

    Why tf is there boiled egg in there though?

    • Dom Lloyd
      Dom Lloyd 4 months ago

      Food Busker but it's smells like stale farts u great big bushy beard bastard!

    • Food Busker
      Food Busker  4 months ago

      because it's DELICIOUS

  • Catalina Ficzi
    Catalina Ficzi 4 months ago +1

    Love your pasion for food!!!Ciaoooo🙋🙋🙋😊😊😊