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The latest recipe we’ve recieved as part of Home Made Cook of the Year competition is a twist on a classic lasagne recipe.
Sue Hardy’s recipe for ‘Best Ever Lasagne’ is a feast fit for even the hungriest of families.
If you’re looking for meal ideas, why not give it a try tonight.
If you think you can match Sue’s culinary skills, then send us your own home cooked recipe and you could end up cooking for Brian Turner and walk away with a fabulous foodie prize package.
Click here for full details and to learn how to enter.
Pre-heat the oven to gas mark 4
600ml semi-skimmed milk
25g plain flour
salt and pepper
50g grated mature Cheddar cheese
2.5ml teaspoon mustard
400 g lean mince
2 x medium onions (chopped)
1 x red pepper chopped
1 x yellow pepper chopped
200g mushrooms – sliced
400g tin of chopped tomatoes
100g tomato puree
2 x beef stock cubes
3 x tablespoons of Worcester sauce
2 x tablespoons of English mustard
3 x heaped tablespoons of dried mixed herbs
2 x cloves of garlic – chopped
250g pre-cooked lasagne sheets
Salt and pepper to season
50g mature cheddar
Tablespoon of fresh chopped basil
If you shop carefully you will have enough left to make a tomato and onion salad and a garlic bread baguette
Twin pack of part cooked baguette
2 x cloves garlic chopped
1 x tablespoon of mixed herbs
Cook the baguette per the instructions on the packet Remove from the oven Slice diagonally Mix the butter, chopped garlic and herbs and carefully press in between the slices Wrap in tin foil and bake for 4 minutes Serve whilst hot – tear and share