Making my one-pot Asian lasagne for an Italian chef | Marion's Kitchen ft.@vincenzosplate

After reacting to my 15-minute bolognese recipe video, @vincenzosplate has challenged me to invite him to my house and cook for him, and today is the day! Will my Cheat’s One-Pot Lasagne impress the Italian food expert? Or will he be left craving for the traditional, time-consuming version? Watch to find out!????

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Marion Grasby is a food producer, television presenter and cookbook author who’s had a life-long love affair with Asian food.

Marion is a little bit Thai (courtesy of her mum) and a little bit Australian (courtesy of her dad).

​Marion lives in Bangkok, Thailand and travels throughout Asia to find the most unique and delicious Asian food recipes, dishes and ingredients.

22 Replies to “Making my one-pot Asian lasagne for an Italian chef | Marion's Kitchen ft.@vincenzosplate”

  1. I laughed out loud at Vincenzo trying to force himself to call this lasagna

  2. This video fits exactly with my interests: cooking 'proper' italian food (lol just watch Vincenzo arguing with his mate on his channel about how to cook Bolognese), and anything Marion makes.

  3. Can you guys believe Marion invited me to her house and served me a One Pot Lasagna? Would you do this to me?????

  4. I cant believe you did this to me Marion…come to my house so I can make you a beautiful plate of Pasta you can't refuse ???? I had a lot of fun recording this with you Marion. You are awesome

  5. I prefer enjoying Marion’s fusion cooking without a rude man over her shoulder criticising her the whole time

  6. Would be cool to do a episode where Vincenzo and Marion make their own lasagna. Then they give it to a group of neutral people who decide which is the best! This was very entertaining though.????

  7. Hello Marion, I had so much fun seeing if I still have a stomachache from laughing????????????????it was wonderful ????????????

  8. Enjoyed to watch you both in the kitchen. Italian meets Australian … Episode 1! Next time Marion is in Italy with Vincenzo 🙂

  9. Two of my favourite chefs in one show. Life couldn't be better. ????

    What do you think uncle Roger would say?

  10. I’m sorry – but lasagna is made with fresh pasta sheets, bechamel sauce and grated Parmigiano-Reggiano. No ricotta. This is how Italian housewives have been making it forever, and how I learnt to cook it in Rome. As much as I love Asian food, traditional recipes should stay traditional.

  11. Normally I wouldn’t trust one-pot pasta recipes, like Martha Stewart’s. They tend to work only if you’re cooking for 4, which means if you’re cooking for less there’s a risk of ingredients getting overcooked / undercooked / waterlogged. This one, though, I might try. I like the multiplier effect of adding umami stuff, the fact that she uses a pasta not requiring a big surface area, and that the sauce is already made prior to adding a pasta to both cook and thicken the resulting dish. I might try this one.
    I also have to give props to Vincenzo here. Normally he overextols “traditional” Italian recipes and techniques, slamming others for not doing things the “right” way, aka his way. Here, at least, he doesn’t seriously try to stop Marion from doing things her way, and is willing to concede she made a good dish. Hopefully this might mean he’ll at least do his research and listen to other YT foodies when it comes to cooking with non-Italian ingredients and techniques.

  12. ???????? Well I wasn't expecting that… So much fun! I seem to recall some ancient Roman recipes for lasagna are made a little like this. Lasagna is much older than the modern Bolognese version.

  13. ???? cracked up at marion’s laugh after she said “shiitake mushrooms” – she knew she was choosing controversy ????

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