How to make it

  • Meat Sauce....
  • heat 2 tbsp oil in a saucepan
  • add 2 onion and a carrot both finely chopped and 2 cloves garlic crushed. and cook until soft.
  • add 500g beef mince and cook until browned.
  • stir in 5 tbsp tomato paste and 2 cups chicken stock or water. preferably chicken stock.
  • season with salt, pepper and some nutmeg.
  • cover and cook gently for about 30 mins
  • Cheese sauce...
  • melt 2 tbsp butter into a saucepan and stir in 2 tbsp plain flour and cook for 2 minutes over a gentle heat.
  • remove from the heat and stir in 2 cups of milk,
  • return to the heat and stir until thick and smooth.
  • season with salt and pepper.
  • add 125g mozzarella or cheddar cheese and stir over a low heat until the cheese is completly melted.
  • To finish....
  • preheat oven to about 180o and layer the sauce meat alternating with the cheese sauce layers.
  • topping with freshly grated parmesan cheese.
  • bake for about 35 to 45 mins until brown on top
  • and let stand about 5 mins before serving
  • Enjoy with Bread and salad. Chips and salad. Or as it is

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  • marting 16 years ago
    Fresh or dried lasagne sheets? I like to make fresh pasta but it doesnt always work well with lasagne recipes. Any preference here?
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  • amatullah 16 years ago
    i was told in a message that i will get a low rating cos i accidently posted one recipe more than once in thinking that it didn't work ... LOL oh well.. am here to spread joy in food not love ;) LOL hope you like the food :)
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    " It was excellent "
    linebb956 ate it and said...
    Who is giving you the bad ratings? They need to learn how to play nice here! Will give this a try!
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