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Quick Lasagne (5 minute prep time)

(11 Posts)
katiespeirs Thu 27-Nov-14 11:02:04

Ingredients

400g Minced beef
30g Tomato puree
1 stock cube made into (200ml of stock)
1tsp mixed herbs
600ml Jar of white lasagne sauce
1 box of lasagne sheets
1 pack of grated cheese

Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Centigrade.

In a large bowl mix the minced beef tomato puree and stock and mixed herbs.

Next layer your lasagne, sauce first, then lasagne sheets, then some beef mixture then sauce.....and so on. Finish layering with lasagne sheets then sauce and sprinkle with the grated cheese.

Bake for half an hour until piping hot and enjoy.

SpringBreaker Thu 27-Nov-14 16:55:17

I would have thought that was no way long enough for the meat to have properly cooked. Yes it will be cooked through but it would be fairly tasteless and quite tough.

Gileswithachainsaw Thu 27-Nov-14 16:59:48

No offence but that sounds bland as he'll. mince is also really greasy of yku don't brown off first so a bland greasy sloppy mess.

far better to do it over a couple of days if you havent got time or just wait until you do have time

MrsQueen Thu 27-Nov-14 17:02:25

If you're going to use a jar of white sauce, you may as well just buy a ready meal. Those jars are full of processed crap. I'd rather wait till I have time to actually cook!

NotTodaySatan Thu 27-Nov-14 17:05:58

Ew, no thanks.

I made lasagne last weekend and it took hours but was worth every second. Not worth doing unless properly.

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mymummademelistentoshitmusic Thu 27-Nov-14 18:03:17

Sounds bloody awful. I'd rather take the time to cook a proper lasagne than do that. If pressed for time I'd make something else.

PolterGoose Sun 30-Nov-14 11:16:30

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VanitasVanitatum Sun 30-Nov-14 11:26:45

Well obviously OP thinks it tastes nice and was trying to be helpful and share!!

LittleBearPad Sun 30-Nov-14 11:33:25

Lasagne doesn't actually take that long to cook in terms of 'doing'. It's mainly the sauce bubbling away doing it's thing and then sitting in the oven. Making the meat and white sauces isn't that labour intensive. I'm afraid I'd be concerned the meat wasn't cooked op in 30 minutes.

Petitgrain Sun 30-Nov-14 11:33:48

Christ, how rude are you lot!

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