6 Potluck Recipes Every Woman Needs
They're easy to transport, completely crowd-pleasing and actually taste better if you make them a few hours (or even a day) before eating.
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The Layered Italian Dish That's Not Lasagna
With its slippery noodles, lasagna can be difficult to serve neatly—which is why this twist on the classic is perfect for potlucks. Instead of pasta, you use warm, fresh polenta for the layers; it's easy to slice through and still works wonderfully with whatever filling you choose. This recipe calls for a mushroom ragu, but a meat sauce or any variation would also work well.
Get the recipe: Baked Polenta Layered with Mushroom Ragu