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    As in fillings ..

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    Mince meat, carrot, zucchini, celery, mushroom. Chop the veggies finely if you have fussy eaters. One layer meat & veggies, one layers bechamel sauce (made from flour, butter and milk).

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    I use fresh lasange sheets for spinach and ricotta cannelloni.
    250g spinach, shredded
    500g full-cream ricotta (I find the light one goes liquidy and gross)
    200g Greek feta, crumbled,
    Grated parmesan, probably 1/2 a cup ish

    I cut the sheets in half and put a line of the mixed filling down one side and then roll it up and bake it in a tomato sauce (I do roast tomato, garlic, onion and whatever herbs are in the garden with a sachet or two of tomato paste), covered with a layer of breadcrumbs and tasty cheese for about 30 min at 180 or until the top is golden.

    I serve it by itself but it would also work well with a simple salad or something like schnitzel, as it is pretty rich and filling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tainted View Post
    I use fresh lasange sheets for spinach and ricotta cannelloni.
    250g spinach, shredded
    500g full-cream ricotta (I find the light one goes liquidy and gross)
    200g Greek feta, crumbled,
    Grated parmesan, probably 1/2 a cup ish

    I cut the sheets in half and put a line of the mixed filling down one side and then roll it up and bake it in a tomato sauce (I do roast tomato, garlic, onion and whatever herbs are in the garden with a sachet or two of tomato paste), covered with a layer of breadcrumbs and tasty cheese for about 30 min at 180 or until the top is golden.

    I serve it by itself but it would also work well with a simple salad or something like schnitzel, as it is pretty rich and filling.
    I do something similar and sometimes add some roast chicken. And a touch of nutmeg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    I do something similar and sometimes add some roast chicken. And a touch of nutmeg.
    So yummy! Not exactly diet food but great for the cooler weather

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