I was hungry after work. In keeping with my ten minute rule I boiled water, rolled a sheet of lasagne, boiled it and assembled it on a small skillet with a drizzle of basil infused olive oil. I'm out of béchamel, so I layered with mascarpone and vegetarian Bolognese. It took four minutes on the stove to make it hot -- onto the plate with a little Marinara. 12 minutes.

Play with your food! — Lasagne In A Pan Your Way

I was hungry after work. In keeping with my ten minute rule I boiled water, rolled a sheet of lasagne, boiled it and assembled it on a small skillet with a drizzle of basil infused olive oil. I'm out of béchamel, so I layered with mascarpone and vegetarian Bolognese. It took four minutes on the stove to make it hot -- onto the plate with a little Marinara.  12 minutes.

I was hungry after work. In keeping with my ten minute challenge I boiled water, rolled a sheet of pasta, cut it into three, cooked them and assembled everything in a small skillet atop a drizzle of basil infused olive oil. I’m out of béchamel, so I layered with mascarpone and vegetarian Bolognese. It took four minutes on the stove to make it hot — onto the plate with a little Marinara.
12 minutes.

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I could have used a vegan cheese sauce to make dinner completely animal free.

I was hungry after work. In keeping with my ten minute rule I boiled water, rolled a sheet of lasagne, boiled it and assembled it on a small skillet with a drizzle of basil infused olive oil. I'm out of béchamel, so I layered with mascarpone and vegetarian Bolognese. It took four minutes on the stove to make it hot -- onto the plate with a little Marinara.  12 minutes.

Or I could have added slices of cooked sausage or melting cheeses.

I wanted something light and quick for dinner, high protein, balanced carbohydrate. I wanted chew, so I put in soy “meat” balls. Since it was vegetarian I wanted to maximise flavour and coated the pan with a drizzle of basil infused olive oil. (link to tutorial for the sauce)

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11 Comments on “Play with your food! — Lasagne In A Pan Your Way

  1. Your posts are such a pleasure, Steven! You explain the recipes and techniques so clearly, and the accompanying photography is mouthwatering. I will try one of these someday. Although I know that your “12 minutes” would be 3-1/2 weeks for me. 🙂

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  2. Looks great! I’ll have to try this, it seems perfect for those nights when I’m craving lasagna but am too lazy to spend the hour or so assembling and baking it. 🙂

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    • Thanks.

      It was really nice. I have a pan of traditional lasagne in the fridge, but with all the cheese and layers it was too heavy for a late night meal. I think it was a good choice.

      When are you going to make it? 🙂

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