How to make it

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  • Step 1
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  • Brown Mince and chopped Onion together in the Olive Oil
  • Add Tomato and Shiraz
  • Mix Well
  • Add Herbs
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  • Step 2
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  • Simmer on low heat for 30 minutes or till reduced
  • (Stirring every 10 minutes or so)
  • Remove from heat and remove the bay leaves
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  • Step 3
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  • Cook Lasagne sheets in boiling water till al dente (just before cooked). For my tray i needed 9 Sheets,
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  • Step 4
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  • Cover the bottom of a baking dish (in my case with a 26 cm long, 22cm wide, and 5 cm deep metal tray) with lasagne sheets. I usually need 9 sheets for one tray of this recipe.
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  • Step 5
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  • Smooth Ricotta with the Egg with a spoon to a slightly crumbly paste
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  • Step 6
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  • Spread half of the ricotta+egg paste over the lasagne sheets
  • Sprinkle a quarter of the mozzarella over the ricotta sauce
  • Spread 1/3 of the meat sauce over the mozzarella
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  • Step 7
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  • Cover with lasagne sheets and repeat as above, then add another layer of lasagne sheets
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  • Step 8
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  • Finally, spread the remainder of the meat sauce over the top, and cover with the remaining mozzarella. Sprinkle parmesan to taste on top.
  • (Note: I love a lot of parmesan, and this provides a better cover for the top lasagne sheets while they are cooking. If you do not use parmesan, make sure you use extra sauce or mozzarella)
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  • Step 9
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  • Bake at 165 C (fan forced oven) for 30 Minutes (or to taste)
  • Bake at 180 C (standard oven) for 30 Minutes (or to taste)
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  • Step 10
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  • Have the shiraz while waiting ;D and while eating undo your belt buckle and turn off the heater. Enjoy! *grin
Finishing the meat sauce   Close
Adding the ricotta and mozarella   Close
A finished layer with the meat   Close
The second layer   Close
The final layer   Close
The cooked lasagne   Close

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  • kraizen 9 years ago
    Thanks! Aussie wine would probably be pretty expensive in texas, so perhaps half a glass of corona with a bit of sugar ;)
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  • 22566 9 years ago
    Good Morning,

    Welcome,nice first recipe,don'nt beleive I have had Australia wine before.Hope you enjoy your stay here.

    Kind Regards
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