Lasagne

By Shanice SSA Harrow teaching you a simple lasagne recipe which serves two people
Mince (same as spaghetti Bolognese)
6 Lasagne sheets
White sauce
  1. Make mince, boil sheets for 8-10 minutes and make white sauce (recipe below)
  2. Transfer sheets to bowl of cold water, drape them individually around bowl for a couple of minutes to cool down
  3. Put mince in dish, layer with 2 sheets, then a layer of sauce, repeat twice
  4. Put remainder of sauce on top layer and sprinkle with cheese (optional)
  5. Bake for 20-25 minutes until golden at 180 degrees
White sauce:
2 tablespoons of butter
1 tablespoon of plain flour/sauce flour
100ml milk
Seasoning
Cheese (only include for mac cheese)
  1. Melt the butter and heat the milk separately so its hot not boiling, then add flour to the butter by whisking it in
  2. Pour in the milk bit by bit to the butter and flour, whisking it. Repeat the process until all the milk is finished
  3. Add seasoning and cheese, whisking
  4. Leave on low fire to cook out for 15-20 minutes
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