Posted By Kerri


My love of lasagne is well documented, probably the only reason we don’t eat it more regularly is that it takes such a long time to put together. I’ve been craving it for a little while though and thought it would be a nice meal for Stephen to come home to after his first day at work.

I use our bolognaise recipe to make the meat sauce and an all-in-one method for the white sauce. It’s time-consuming but once the sauce is made then it’s really just an assembly dish before baking in the oven for about 45 minutes. I accidentally made double so I think we’ll probably be having this tomorrow too. Shame!

Jan 5th, 2009

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  1. Antonia said,

    Lasagne is a real favourite of mine too but I can’t remember the last time I made it as it always seems too time consuming for a work night. Wish someone had made this for me on return from work today – lucky Stephen!
    Your photo is realy making me crave lasagne now – I’ll have to make it soon I think.

    Antonia’s last blog post..Pea and lettuce soup with bacon crumbs

  2. Kerri said,

    I checked back through the archives and the last time we made it was July, it makes too few appearances for something that’s so loved. I long for a chest freezer so I can make enormous quantities of things and just defrost them when the urge strikes!

  3. Ros said,

    I wish I had room to freeze lasagne too. It’s one of my favourites as well…mmmm cheese bechamel and meaty sauce. I’ve got enough bolognese sauce in my shoebox freezer to ensure I can’t fit anything else in but one day when I’m not home too late I may use it to make a one peron lasagne.

    Ros’s last blog post..Mirin, Tuna and Soba Noodles

  4. Mrs Ergül said,

    That’s very sweet of you Kerri!

    Mrs Ergül’s last blog post..Happy New Year!

  5. Nate said,

    I haven’t had lasagna in over a year! Oh, I’m so hungry for it now.

    Nate’s last blog post..Pandan Chiffon Cake

  6. Rob said,

    If you freeze the cooked mince then take it out the day you want lasagne, you could just slowly reheat the mince in a saucepan whilst making the bechemel sauce. Then assemble the lasagne and bake in the oven and I reckon you could have it all done in under an hour.

  7. Kerri said,

    I have done that in the past Rob but we don’t have a big enough freezer to do that at the moment unfortunately 🙁

  8. Sharon J said,

    That photo is just so mouth watering. As I’m unable to cook for myself at the moment, I’m now trying to figure out a way to persuade my daughter to make lasagne (she doesn’t like it). I have some frozen sauce left over from last time I made it so it should be easy enough for her 🙂

    Sharon J’s last blog post..Karmic Debt

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