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Vegetable Lasagne

Vegetable Lasagne

I sometimes think this Veggie lasagne is better than it's meaty neighbour. It's got much more flavour and is a lot cheaper! 

INGREDIENTS

Ingredients:
1 onion
1/2 green pepper, sliced
1/2 courgette, sliced
4 mushrooms, sliced
1/2 can of sweetcorn
1 can of chopped tomatoes
150ml veg stock (from a veg stock cube)
pinch of mixed herbs
lasagne sheets

For the white sauce:
1/2 pint of milk
handful of plain flour
chunk of butter

OTHER INFO

For: 2
Vegetarian:  Yes
Vegan:  No
Cooking Level:  Medium
Time to Prepare:  45 mins (but 30 mins of this is it cooking in the oven)

NUTRITIONAL INFO

PER MEAL
Calories 559
LOW Sugars 15.91g
MED Fat 21.33g
LOW Saturates 8.12g
MED Salt 7.29g
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STEP 01

Turn the oven on to 180C

STEP 02

Heat a drop of oil in a frying pan, and once hot, add the chopped onions.

STEP 03

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Once the onions have browned, add the rest of the vegetables and the stock.

Turn the heat down to halfway and let it simmer (lightly boil) for about 10 to 15 minutes.

STEP 04

While that's simmering, we'll make our white sauce. (If you need more help on this, check out the How To section for a video on how to make it.) Drop a chunk of butter in a small saucepan and heat up.

STEP 05

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Once the butter is starting to melt, add half of the flour and stir together, making a buttery flour-y paste.

Now pour in a drop of the milk and stir. Keep stirring and adding the milk until you create a nice creamy texture. If it gets a little too wet, add some more of the flour in.

STEP 06

Place a lasagne sheet into a heatproof tray and spoon some of the veggie mixture on to it.

STEP 07

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Place another lasagne sheet on top and keep layering until all the veggie mixture is used up. End it with a lasagne sheet on top.

STEP 08

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Now pour the white sauce mix on top and place in the preheated oven.

Leave it in the oven for about 30 minutes or until the top has turned brown. A nice tip is to put it under a hot grill 5 minutes before the end just to really brown the top, but be keep your eye on it as it can burn easily.

STEP 09

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Serve with some salad and garlic bread.

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