Mum Cooking Lasagne bake Recipe delicious health vegetarian Lasagna home cooked food Vegan mom

Mum Cooking Lasagne bake Recipe delicious health vegetarian Lasagna home cooked food Vegan mom
Cook some Italian home made healthy vegetarian delicious lasagna with mum – learn the secrets of european cooking ~ ^__^ mom Marcela Marcella

Julie came over to learn how to make some EU food to cook at home in China ~ so I thought I’d film and share with the world ^__^

Film yourself making it and post a video response ~

Have some happy delicious eating times ~

(mix of your favorite vegetables)
pasta sauce
italian herbs: basil, oregano, etc.
vegetable salt/ sea salt
lasagna sheets (fresh or dried)
(white sauce: flour, oil, soy milk)

`Cut up onion and fry with oil
`cut up other vegetables, frying them with the onion, then covering
`add herbs
`add sauce
`White sauce: mix 3 heaps of flour with a pan of oil, when smooth and sizzling, add milk to make a thick paste
`on a lasagna dish, start with a thin layer of sauce, then alternating layers of lasagna sheet and sauce, finishing with a layer of lasagna sheet, then the white sauce.
`bake for 25 minutes on 200 degrees celsius (392 fahrenheit)
`leave for 1/2 hour
`best eaten the next day (so it’s not so soggy), rebake to warm up.

Vegetarian Vegan Lasagne Bake Recipe For good health, full flavour – Delicious ^__^

HOW TO: Cook european style lasagna

Lasagna on Wikipedia:
“Lasagna, or Lasagne, pronounced [laˈzaɲɲa], plural [laˈzaɲɲe], is a very wide, flat pasta ( sometimes with wavy edges ). It is typically served in alternating layers with cheese, a sauce, and often other ingredients such as meat sauce, or vegetable. Typical of the central cuisine of Italy, many regional variations exist. In some areas, especially in the southern regions of Italy, the sauce is likely to be a simple tomato sauce and ragù, whereas in other areas, particularly in Northern Italy, a Béchamel sauce is used more generously . Lasagna has become a popular dish in other parts of the world, traveling from Europe to the Americas.
[1]Lasagne verdi which means “green lasagne” is pasta that incorporates cooked spinach).

There are three theories on the origin of lasagna, two of which denote an ancient Greek dish. The main theory is that lasagna comes from Greek λάγανον (laganon), a flat sheet of pasta dough cut into strips.[2][3][4][5] The word λαγάνα (lagana) is still used in Greek to mean a flat thin type of unleavened bread.
The other theory is that the word lasagna comes from the Greek λάσανα (lasana) or λάσανον (lasanon) meaning “trivet or stand for a pot”, “chamber pot”.[6][7][8] The Romans borrowed the word as “lasanum”, meaning “cooking pot” in Latin.[9] The Italians used the word to refer to the dish in which lasagna is made. Later the name of the food took on the name of the serving dish.
A third theory has been suggested[by whom?] that the dish is a development of the 14th century English recipe “Loseyn” as described in The Forme of Cury, a cook book in use during the reign of Richard II. This claim has been made[by whom?] due to the similarities in both the method described in building the dish and the two names. However this theory remains contentious as it can be argued that tomatoes are a fundamental ingredient of Lasagna. These did not arrive in Europe until after Columbus reached America in 1492 (The earliest discussion of the tomato in European literature appeared in an herbal written in 1544 by Pietro Andrea Mattioli[10]:13 while the earliest discovered cookbook with tomato recipes was published in Naples in 1692, though the author had apparently obtained these recipes from Spanish sources. [10]:17).” Subscribe to Pushka’s PushkaCom Channel for a free stream of high quality Art videos about: Music, Anime, Video Games, Literature and various things of interest. Uploading a video or more every week.
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