*  Exported from  MasterCook II  *
 
                             Vegetarian Lasagne
 
 Recipe By     : Calvin Sambrook STC Telecomunications Ltd, New Southgate, Lo
 Serving Size  : 0    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Vegetables
 
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
    1                    medium onion, chopped
  250      g             carrots, grated
  500      g             spinach
  150      g             sweetcorn, drained ( 1/2 tin)
  100      g             mushrooms -- coarsely chopped
  250      g             lasagne noodles ( 1/2 packet)
    2                    garlic cloves
  100      g             cheese -- grated
  600      ml            milk
   50      g             cornflour (cornstarch)
   50      g             butter
 
 1.  Gently fry the carrots and garlic in some butter, set aside.
 
 2.  Gently fry the onions and mushrooms in some butter, set aside.
 
 3.  Wash the spinach and cook gently in a saucepan without adding any water.=
  Stir frequently. This really does work and it stops it from going slimy.=
  Add the corn to this and set aside.
 
 4.  Now make the white sauce. Melt the butter in a saucepan, take it off the
  heat, add the cornflour. Mix this well. Slowly add the milk, stirring all
  the time. It is important not to stop stirring, even for a moment. Return
  it to the heat and keep stirring until it thickens.
 
 5.  Now build your lasagne. Take a large square ovenproof dish at least 5 cm
  deep (we use one about 20x30 cm for the quantities given) and assemble in
  layers starting with a layer of lasagne, then a layer of sauce, then one of
  the previously-prepared vegetable pairs. Repeat the lasagne, sauce,=
  vegetable pair combination twice more. At this point you should, if all has
  gone well, run out of vegetables. Finish off with lasagne and then sauce.
 
 6.  Top with the cheese and sprinkle on a little paprika if you want.
 
 7.  Bake for about 35 mins at 180 =F8C .
 
 8.  The servings should stay whole as you serve them.
 
 Author’s Notes:
     This vegetarian dish can be served on its own or with a side salad. My
  thanks to Erica and Milica who gave me this recipe and who tried different
  vegetable combinations until the corn stopped falling out of the sides.=
  Experiment for yourself - substitute different vegetables according to the
  season and your preference.
 
 Difficulty    : easy, but remember to stir the sauce.
 Precision     : no need to measure.
 
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