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    Neatly layered.

    My fav lasagne is a ham and veggie one, so you can't really do it any other way.
    Also eggplant and zucchini is awesome.
    Like the sound of the Vegan recipe above! Must try that one.

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    Pasta on the bottom, then layers of meat sauce, thin white sauce layer, thin layer of Parmesan repeat.

    Thicker layer of sauce and Parmesan on the top.

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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.
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    Oh, sorry. I meant like this:

    Pasta, then a layer of sliced mushrooms, a layer of crushed tomoatoes, a layer of chooped spinach, pasta, repeat. Or do you mix up the spinach, mushrooms and tomatoes? Or whatever ingredients.

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    I dont use flour or milk to make my white sauce

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    Oh, sorry. I meant like this:

    Pasta, then a layer of sliced mushrooms, a layer of crushed tomoatoes, a layer of chooped spinach, pasta, repeat. Or do you mix up the spinach, mushrooms and tomatoes? Or whatever ingredients.
    When i do a veg one i do separate layers eg crushed tomato, pasta, roasted zucchini, pasta, roasted mushroom, pasta, roasted pumpkin, pasta, roast red capsicum etc...
    It is very expensive but so yummy.....

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    Neatly layer but only put white sauce on very top layer, not the layers in between.


 

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