Sunday 12 June 2011

Sunday Samples Lasange

This lasange is a fail safe method and always able to satisfy any hunger pangs that anyone should have. It's great if you're cooking for a family or any number of people and is delicious, I promise. You will need
A pound of minced meat
An ounce of butter
Some plain flour
Milk
Mature Cheddar Cheese
An Onion and 1 large or two small cloves of garlic
A tin of chopped tomatoes and a tablespoon of tomato puree
You can also add some bell peppers and mushrooms if you want

The spices you will need

Heat your olive oil and add onions. Allow to simmer on
low heat for 5 minutes, until translucent

I was asked by a friend the other day about how to make sure that the pasta sheets are cooked through and don't have that crunch. This is my trick for ensuring a soft and fully cooked lasange

Soften your pasta sheets in a dish of boiling water

Melt your butter on a low heat so it doesn't burn

Once butter is melted add flour a little at a time
to soak up the butter

Once ready for milk it resembles a dough

Add your milk and stir until all lumps of flour are gone,
then allow to simmer on low heat and for the flour to cook

Add your mince and garlic to the onions and
add your flavourings

Once the mince is cooked through add the table spoon
of Tomato Puree


Ensure it is all mixed in fully

Add your tin of chopped tomatoes and allow to simmer on a low heat
For me there's nothing much worse than a dry lasange so I always ensure that there is sufficient cheese sauce. If your are worried about how bad this recipe can be use low fat or not fat milk like I do and you can also use a low fat cheese.

Check your sauce, It should now look like this above once mixed. Add milk
and stir until at your desired thickness


Add a handful of grated cheese and stir in until melted

Add salt and pepper to your taste

Take your mince and place a layer on the bottom of your dish then
add a layer of the pasta sheets

Add a layer of the cheese sauce and repeat the 3 layers again
Add a sprinkling of cheese and cover with tinfoil.
Place in the oven for 20 minutes

I like to let the top brown a little so I will always put it in the oven without the tinfoil for another 8-10 minutes.

Your final product ready to be devoured

Do you like lasange? This is a great version and is so much better than any of those packet fillers available. If there are any other dinners/meals that you like and are unsure of how to cook, let me know. I have quite a good variety of amazing recipes ready to put up here for ya'll. And that cheese sauce recipe is a brilliant one to master as you can use this for so many different things. Stay tuned for more recipes to use this sauce for there will be another one next weekend. Enjoy and be sure to let me know if you try it out.

9 comments:

  1. That was one super yummy lasange sis :) xx

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  2. I was actually thinking of making lasange today and this is great timing! Thank you for sharing the recipe! I really appreciate it! xoxoxoo

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  3. Thanks Aimz xx
    @ Fashion Cappuccino. Glad you like the recipe, I aim to please ;). This is a super yummy version of the recipe and isn't too difficult at all. If you try it out let me know how you get on. xxx

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  4. This recipe is fab! My boyfriend loves lasange, but I don't like it so I will try this recipe and see if it changes my mind.

    I love the title of your blog, it's so idealic.

    I wish you all the luck in the world with your blog (although I am sure you don't need it).

    All the best,
    Voe.
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    http://lipstick-and-pearls.blogspot.com/

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  5. It looks yummy! I should really try to learn to cook! :)

    kisses,
    Marta

    http://fashionistascoffee.blogspot.com/

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  6. gosh everytime i look at your blog..i'm get hungry all the time!!!! :D
    xoxo

    tomorrow a Florence post on my blog;) don't miss it
    Syriously in Fashion
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  7. Wow...this post makes me hungry! look delicious! I love lasange! you have a great blog! please check out my blog and follow if you like, I promise to do the same for you! xx
www.lovejoice.blogspot.com

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  8. Following you dear! xx Joice

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  9. @ Voe, thank you so much for your lovely kind words. it means so much. I checked out your blog and its amazing such a great idea. im following you now to keep up on all your amazing treatment ideas. i wish you the very best too but i know you're on to a winner. Keep in touch and i hope to see you visiting here again soon. And try the lasange, if this recipe doesn't change your mind, you never will. Let me know how it goes. xx
    @ Marta, hi again doll, It's super yummy you should try it with my step by step guide. once you get used to it, it becomes second nature. let me know how it goes if you do. Keep in touch xx
    @ Syrious, hey again hon, ha ha that has to be a good sign right. if you're getting hungry, the food has gotta look good and i must be doing something right. im definitely going to check out your blog post on Florence. Im sure it must be divine. hope you're having a great time. Keep in touch xx
    @ Love Joice, hello again pet, thanks so much for popping back in again. And thanks so much for following, it means alot. Following you too. xx

    Thank all ya'll for all your comments it really means alot that you have taken the time out of your day to say something nice on my little blog. I hope ya'll are doing great and that you will all come back again soon and keep in touch. love, hugs and kisses, Mae xx

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