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    Default *spin off* how do you make your lasagne?

    I can cook everything pretty much barr lasagne. lol. any good recipes? I like lasagne with bechemel sauce in it too. YUM.

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    We get 1kg mince 2 tubes of Legos garlic sauce. 1 tin of tomato soup. And that sauce u like. And the lasangua sheets. We put the soup and both Lagos in the mince once it's cooked. The layer starting with mince then the sheets then the sauce and do that for about 3 layers and the top layer has mince sheets then sauce then motzerella cheese. Then cover and put in the oven till cooked. Takes about a hour

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    I just cook the mince up as a bolognaise sauce, then put it in a baking dish with the dry pasta sheets and bechamel sauce and cheese on top.

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    I don't make it often, but when I do I make a bolognese sauce from scratch (can't stand the jars of stuff, you know, the ones you add to the mince...yuck! I also add vegies to the mince), I make my white sauce from scratch and layer it with pasta. I layer the meat with the pasta, then the béchamel sauce goes on the top only with a bit of grated cheese.

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    I make mine from scratch but use fresh lasagna sheets and put a layer of mashed pumpkin in the middle. I dont use milk or flour in my cheese sauce tho

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    I use pasta sheets, make my own bolognese sauce and cheese sauce which is pretty much just milk, cheese, a bit of flour and a pinch of curry powder.
    Layer it, cheese and cheese sauce on top, and cover in foil. Bake for 50 mins at 180, take off foil and bake uncovered at 200 for another 20 mins.

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    Haven't made it for ages.
    Make the ragu (mince, bacon, celery, carrot, capsicum, mushrooms, garlic, onion, puréed tomato), then the béchamel sauce. Layer with fresh lasagna sheets starting with lasagna, ragu, béchamel. Top with grated cheese and bake in the oven.

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    I make it how my nonna taught me. None of this white cheese bullhorn, <straight from the woman who lived in italy for 35 years)

    Fresh lasagna sheets, bolognese sauce (with garlic, and onion' mince and bacon) diced boiled eggs and cheese. Repeat.


    Awesome. Every single person i have made it for says the could never go back.

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    You wouldn't like mine then as i never, ever use bechamel sauce
    I just make up a meat sauce, from scratch, and layer it with lasagna sheets and artichokes (i don't know why i decided to add artichokes one day but i liked the result so always do it now) with one cheese layer on top.

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    I use the recipe on the back of the pasta sheet box, it's really nice. There's two varieties depending on which box you get, the original is better than the one with ricotta. I think it's the san remo ones...

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