I think a lot of people may be put off making a lasagne as it does take a good hour minimum, and there’s the white sauce to do, and etc etc.

But I like making a lasagne every now and then as it is a good way of using up odd bits and pieces.

Basically you can throw anything into a lasagne. It is an all forgiving dish.

In today’s lasagne there was:

A courgette the size of a marrow.

Loads of sweetcorn.

The leftover dregs of the frozen onion and peppers.

100g Dried Soya Mince

The leftover few pieces of a bag of Quorn Chicken Pieces.

Gravy granules.

Passata, half a jar of pasta sauce, herbs, breadcrumbs, mozzarella, cheddar, paprika.

I can’t claim my lasagne is in any way Gourmet, I just want to encourage you that if you have a bag of spinach wilting, frozen veg, a hunk of cheese and a lone carrot or something, then a lasagne will take all in its folds like a cuddly hug and make you a nice dinner with it.


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