How I make lasagna

There are so many different ways to make lasagna and now I just want to share with you how I make lasagna.

My lasagna has following ingredients:

  • Ground beef
  • Onions, chopped
  • Garlic, minced
  • Tomato sauce
  • Coconut milk
  • Heavy wiping cream
  • Pumpkin puree
  • Lasagna sheets
  • Chili (own fermented)
  • Parmesan cheese (grated)
  • Gouda cheese (grated)
  • Salt & pepper
  • Paprika powder

First of all the onions get backed in some olive oil or some butter. Then the ground beef is added and backed until nicely browned. Now I ad in the tomato sauce, coconut milk, heavy wiping cream, salt & pepper and paprika powder. Normally I would ad some home made broth (chicken or beef), but I forgot to tau this. Therefore I have to ad some water instead. This needs to get warm and don’t forget to stir. Finally I ad the pumpkin puree and some chili. This should get nice and warm and when the pumpkin puree is dissolved the sauce is ready.

Now to fill the oven dishes. Starting with the sauce on the bottom and then covering with the lasagna sheets. Then another layer of sauce and then sprinkling on the parmesan cheese and covering with lasagna sheets again. And some more sauce and sprinkling with some Gouda cheese and covering with lasagna sheets. Now go on with sauce and lasagna sheets finishing with the sauce on top until the dishes are full or the ingredients are used. On top comes a layer of Gouda cheese. It could have been more cheese on top, but it was good anyway. Put this in the oven by 200°C for about 40 Min.

And this is how it looks when it comes out of the oven.

Enjoy your meal

Author: beautifulchaosorg

Hi, I am Carolien and I am a Dutch woman trying to build a self sufficient homestead on concrete and rubble. Follow my husband and me on YouTube:

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