Vegetarian Recipes (Other Recipes)
Life at Its Best DVDs (Dr. Walter Veith)
Rich Vegan Lasagne (recipe No. 1)
Tried many different vegan lasagne
recipes, and yet still seems like they are missing something?
Finally, there is a way to make a
creamy, rich-tasting lasagne without any dairy products or substitutes. This
lasagne, served with a salad and whole-grain bread sticks, makes a great meal.
This recipe is very easy. You don't have to do everything at once
and you can really do the steps in whatever order makes sense to you. Both the
filling and, especially the sauce would benefit from being made the day before
to allow the flavours to further develop. If you do the filling the day before,
just be sure to take it out of the refrigerator a bit in advance to allow it to
warm up and spread more easily.
Note: The amount
of sauce and tofu mixture used for each layer varies with taste. I usually use
layers of sauce and tofu mixture about 2-3 times as thick as the noodles. I have
never used all of either for one lasagne. You may very well have sauce and/or
tofu mixture left over at the end. Both can be frozen and used in a variety of
ways. The sauce, as you may guess, can be used in the same way as any other kind
of sauce - on pizza, spaghetti, polenta, etc. The tofu mixture can be an
ingredient for twice-baked potatoes, a filling for calzones or stuffed shells,
etc, etc, etc. Always be creative with your leftovers!
Thanks to Michael Nesbitt, of the
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