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Vegetable Lasagna Step-by-Step pics

December 13th 2007 13:08
Vegetables don’t have to be a boring accompaniment to a meat dish. They can be made a delicious feature of the meal which even the most reluctant vegetable eater can enjoy.
Vegetable lasagna is a healthy vegetarian variation of traditional lasagna and the different colored layers look spectacular. In the following photos I alternate between dark and light colored layers for greater contrast.
200ml Napoli sauce
(See October post)
200g Pasta sheets
150g Mushrooms
1 Small brown onion
30ml Worcestershire sauce
20ml Barbeque sauce
100g Steamed or mashed potato
1 Yellow squash (optional)
300ml Bechamel sauce
(See October post)
150g Spinach leaves
100g Steamed or mashed pumpkin
Salt and pepper
100g Grated cheese

In a deep baking tray or cake tin, pour a 100ml of Napoli sauce and spread evenly over the base.

Place a layer of pasta sheets over the Napoli sauce.

Dried pasta sheets can be snapped to fit.

Fresh pasta can be cut with a knife.

Fry half the sliced onion and the sliced mushroom in a little oil.

Add the Worcester shire and barbeque sauce and remove from heat.
Layer the mushroom mix over pasta.

Add another layer of pasta sheets.

Spread a layer of mashed potato or slice a steamed potato and top with Béchamel sauce.
I have added some sliced squash. Squash or zucchini do not need to be pre-cooked.

Add another layer of pasta sheets.

Fry the other half of the sliced onion in a little oil.
Add the spinach and allow it to wilt.
Season with salt and pepper.

Evenly spread spinach mix over previous layer and top with Napoli sauce.

Add another layer of pasta sheets.

Steam or mash pumpkin and spread over previous layer.

Season with salt and cracked pepper.

Add another layer of pasta sheets.

Top the previous layer with Béchamel sauce and grated cheese. A small amount of paprika can be sprinkled on top.

Bake in a moderate oven (approx. 180°c) for 45 minutes or until the cheese browns.

Serve as a main course or as a delicious vegetable accompaniment to another dish. This dish may also be refrigerated and reheated in the microwave at school or work.

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Comment by Tracy

December 14th 2007 07:56
Mmm, that looks delish. Can I have a piece?

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