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    Default Lasagne!

    How do you put yours together? Do you mix everything up, or neatly layer?

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    Layer neatly I didn't ever think about doing it any other way!

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    Meat, pasta, white sauce..repeat until everything is used last layer is white sauce which I top with cheese.

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    Neatly layer

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    I layer it.
    What do you mean by mix it all up? Like mix the pasta sheets and sauce all together then put in tray? I struggle to imagine how you can make a lasagne without layering it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    Meat, pasta, white sauce..repeat until everything is used last layer is white sauce which I top with cheese.
    This.

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    meat one
    meat, pasta, meat a stripe of white sauce a sprinkle of cheese, pasta, meat etc... with the end layer of white sauce and cheese

    veggie
    all veggies are roasted first.
    veg, pasta, veg, pasta, veg etc.. each layer is a different veggie ending with white sauce and cheese.

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    Just like this
    http://www.veganeasy.org/20-D
    ^ best veg lasagne ever!

    What do you mean by "mix it all up"?

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    I mix up a spinach, basil, garlic, egg and ricotta mix then layer that over tomato ragu, lasagna sheets, mozzarella and repeat a few times!

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    Neatly layer

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