- Mici Italian’s lasagna pans are made with a third-generation Miceli family recipe.
- Lasagna pans can be ordered cooked or uncooked for pick-up between December 1 and January 1.
Big families need big meals during the holiday season, and Mici Italian will be ready with its housemade lasagna pans for pick-up orders starting next month.
Made with a Tuscan meat sauce, the lasagna is a third-generation recipe straight from the Miceli family, founders of Mici Italian, which has locations in Colorado Springs, Denver, Phoenix, and Dallas/Fort Worth.
With pre-holiday pick-up, Mici’s fully assembled lasagnas can be ordered uncooked or cooked and stored for up to three days in the refrigerator (or frozen for up to three months), before baking to bubbly brown perfection at home.
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Each pan comes with full baking instructions and can serve between 12 and 20 people based on portion preference, the company says. There’s no limit to how many pans guests can pre-order, but Mici requires 24-hour advance notice for lasagna trays.
The lasagna costs $125 per tray and will be available from December 1, 2022, through January 1, 2023.
Founded in 2004 by Miceli siblings Jeff, Michael and Kim, Mici is an emerging Italian restaurant franchise based in Denver. Mici’s streamlined artisanal menu offers classic Italian fare steeped in generations of family history. Mici Italian recently began to expand nationally.