There are many lasagna recipes, and without this dish, Italian cuisine probably wouldn’t be so delicious. It’s very easy to prepare the lasagna and you can use about any kinds of ingredients. The main ingredients are pasta (or lasagna dough) and parmesan cheese. Without them, this dish will not get its authentic Italian flavor. But, if it’s not important to you, you can try cabbage lasagna, which is also very tasty and flavorful. But you should not forget that Garfield cat’s favorite treat is quite high in calories and carbohydrates. This is why I tried to find a recipe that is suitable for diabetics. I prepared it and it tasted pretty good. So I am sharing the recipe with you. Before starting to cook, pay close attention to the dough. You must read the instruction on how to make it. Usually, the dough is used raw or cooked.
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What You Need
- Pasta for lasagna 200 g
- Tomato sauce 100 g
- Vegetable mix (onion, bell pepper, mushrooms) 150 g
- Eggs 2
- Low fat cottage cheese 200 g
- Parmesan cheese 3 tablespoons
- Mozzarella cheese (grounded) 100 g
How to make
I prefer to use lasagna pasta which needs to be cooked for the recipe. So before you start, cook the pasta as directed on the packaging.
Drain the water and put it aside.
Next, prepare the sauce. Finely chop the onion, mushrooms and sweet peppers, then add tomato paste and mix really well.
In a separate bowl, mix the cottage cheese, eggs (Top 5 Best Egg Rings), and 1 tablespoon of mozzarella cheese.
Layer cooked pasta and cottage cheese mixture into the deep baking dish.
Each layer should be sprinkled with grounded mozzarella and parmesan.
Pour tomato sauce on top and sprinkle with cheese to finish.
Bake it in the preheated oven with a temperature no less than 200 degrees Celsius.
Cooking time is 25 minutes. Enjoy!
Disclaimer: Recipes are intended for the sole purpose of providing information. These are not intended to be a substitution of medial advice. For proper nutrition and dietary care please contact your doctor for dietary concerns.
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