Tuesday, 9 April 2013

A New Recipe: Roasted Vegetable Lasanga

I tried a new recipe over Easter.  Apparently I break what is a culinary cardinal rule.  You should never experiment on guests.  It seems like I've made a career of doing exactly that.  Because when I have guests I'm usually looking for something a little bit different and interesting rather than plain, old, whatever-we-normally-have.  Not that guests would know the difference I suppose.  My parents think our 'normal' is like being in a restaurant.  I beg to differ, but I imagine that's all a matter of perspective.

Anyway, I wanted a roasted vegetable lasagne recipe and I found a really good one here.  Our only problem with the recipe was the use of tomato pesto.  I ended up making my own pesto last night so that I could use pine nuts instead of cashews, as Miss Sunshine has a nut allergy but is fine with the pine nuts.  I got that recipe from here.

I have some vegies leftover for someone's lunch and whole night's worth of lasagna in my freezer for another day.  I think after a trip to Costco to refill my freezer I'll be ready to get into another school term.  Almost.


Left-Handed Housewife said...

Sometimes the only time I get a chance to try a new recipe is on guests! For the most part, I don't think they've minded being my guinea pigs. That lasagna looks delicious!


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