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LASAGNE PASTA WITH CORN AND MUSHROOM FILLING
I love baking !! Lasagne is one of my favorite , I make it in many ways this is one of my very popular recipes ..if you feel that making lasagne is very difficult then go through this recipe you will find it very simple..
INGREDIENTS:- lasagna sheets - 8 dried for spinach cheese sauce:- 20-spinach leaves(blanched in boiling water and drained) 100gm-cheeza(britania cheese) u can take cheddar cheese and mozzarella cheese as well
for tomato sauce :- 3 tbsp olive oil 1/4 cup coriander 1/2 tsp dried oregano 1/2 tsp fresh black pepper 11/2 tsp salt 1tsp brown sugar 1- capsicum diced 500 gm tomatoes -blanched and chopped 2tbsp tomato puree WHITE SAUCE:- 3 Tbsp-melted butter 3 Tbsp- maida(plain flour) 2 cups milk 2 pinch jaiphal(nutmeg) 1/2 tsp black pepper 3/4 tsp salt baby corns and mushrooms diced
to prepare tomato sauce put all the ingredients in a microsafe bowl and cook in micro high for 6min or till sauce is thick To cook white sauce place a melted butter in a heavy saucepan over low heat and stir in a nutmeg powder,black pepper, and flour and saute for about 1/2 min add spinach ,remove from heat gradually pour in the warm milk until the sauce thickens stirring continuously add little cheese in it boil lasangna sheets into water with 1tbsp oil drain to assemble the lasagne, grate cheese spread half of tomato sauce at the bottom of the backing dish arrange sauted baby corn and mushroom(half portion) place two pasta sheets side by side on the top of tomato sauce spread 1/3 of the white sauce on the top of the sheet now spread another layer of pasta then layer of vege. put layer of cheese and then pasta then put another layer of tomato sauce put final layer of pasta and white sauce so as to cover it completely sprinkle lots of cheese on top place the lasagne in a pre heated oven at 180c and bake for 25-30 min let it set for at least another hour before serving reheat before serving
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