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    Default Dinner help

    Wanted to make this for dinner ...
    Question - aren't lasagne sheets hard when you buy them not soft like in this video ..
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    You can buy fresh ones at the supermarket near the Latina pasta stuff

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    They are soft ones that you can roll ..?

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    Yes. They are 'fresh' so are pliable.

    You can get the hard sheets, cook them and then roll but honestly that is just fiddly.

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    That's what you want
    They will be in the fridge section with the other fresh pasta and sauces.
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    Oh cool thanks heaps ...I'm looking at feeding 6 do you know of any fillings that would suit ...

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    They roll because the recipe said to boil the sheets until they're al dente. Then cut them in half.
    Or you can buy fresh ones that may roll. Although sometimes they can still be a bit dry

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    I buy San demo I put them on straight from the pack comes nice and soft

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    Can you have a side dish with this if so what ???

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    Did you want something different than the recipe for the filling?

    Also, anything like lasanga/pasta/cannelloni I just serve with a salad.


 

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