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Tuesday, 20 March 2007

Doc’s Easiest Lasagne in the world!

Whatjaneed:
Lasagne Pasta (see my pasta recipe here)
White sauce (to follow)
About 500g Mincemeat

First make this pasta or you can use dried bought sheets
Then make Doc’s Easiest Bolognaise in the world recipe.
Then make the white sauce:

Doc’s microwaveable white sauce for Lasagne
NB: If you don’t use a microwave you can do it in a saucepan on the stove.

I have never done that so can't advise - maybe I should call this Doc’s microwaveable white sauce for people who are just soooo lazy 8-)

Anyway,
3 cups milk
3 heaped tablespoons cornflour
1 Cup of grated cheese



Whisk milk and cornflour in a microwaveable jug.

Microwave for 3 minutes on high.

Stir.

Microwave for 2 minutes on high or until thick

Add the cheese and stir



Put it aside until we need it

Now, the lasagne...

Grab your lasagne sheets..



...boil some water until it bubbles and add your pasta sheets.

If using fresh pasta be aware that it doesn't take long to cook, maybe about 5 minutes compared to dry stuff.



When al dente place some of them in your lasagne dish and put some of the bog over it



Cover this layer with an amount of the white sauce made earlier.



Then add another layer of pasta, bog and white sauce and another.

After finishing covering the final layer with white sauce, sprinkle a handful of your favourite grated cheese and sprinkle some grated parmesan cheese.



Wack it in the oven at 180 c for about 40 minutes.



At this stage, I usually allow it to cool and put it in the fridge overnight and cut it the next day.

Of course, you could always cut it fresh and eat it straight away 8-)

This freezes really well. I don't know how long it lasts in the freezer because it is usually eaten within a couple of weeks.

Scarecrow really likes it ;-)

Enjoy, Doc ;-)

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