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Welcome to the Yourcounty Lasagna recipe feature, this is a variation on an authentic Lombardy Lasagna recipe, without the hassle of a Bechamel sauce. With locally available ingredients you can give this Lasagna a Kentish flavour. For example, why not try some locally reared lamb? You can always use dried sheets of Lasagna, but it's best to use fresh, with pasta dishes the quality of the pasta really does make a difference.
I have chosen to use minced lamb for the ragu (sauce), but you could easily use pork or beef. Don't forget you will need a large oven-proof dish. It takes around fifteen minutes to prepare the ingredients and an hour to cook. Why not try serving the Lasagna with a rocket and red onion salad. For a vegetarian Lasagna you just use a meat substitute like Quorn mince or a tomato and red pepper salsa. All the successful recipes are stored in the Recipe Directory.
Time: 15 - 20 minutes
Cooking time: 1 hour
An authentic Lasagna recipe which can easily be converted to a Vegetarian Lasagne Recipe.
Ingredients: Serves 4
400 grams of finely minced lamb
150 grams of mozzarella cheese
3 cloves of garlic finely chopped
Approximately ten sheets of Lasagna (let the size of the dish be your guide)
1 small carrot chopped
5 rashers of bacon cut into small pieces
1 onion chopped
2 table spoons olive oil
Salt and black pepper (a teaspoon full of each)
500ml of tomato puree (never from the tube)
A small quantity of oregano (fresh is best but dried is ok)
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