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Dairy free recipe using lasagne sheets?

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WittgensteinsBunny Wed 13-May-15 13:22:37

I've got a box of lasagne sheets in the cupboard that need using: naice Biona ones. Dh has been dairy free for a few months now, so proper lasagne is out. I can't think of anything to do with them and the thought of sheeze / almond milk white sauce makes me feel very queasy! Any ideas? Something tomatoe-y? Or just a big regular lasagne for lunch for me, dd and some friends?

pinkpanda101 Wed 13-May-15 22:51:32

Soak the sheets in hot water until flexible and shape them into cannelloni tubes. Stuff with spicy pork mince and spinach, add a layer of tomatoey sauce top and bottom, and maybe a bit of crime fraiche and grated cheese on half of the top (leave DHs plain) and bake. Google some recipes - mine is from Olive mag - try BBC good food

Weaverspin Wed 13-May-15 22:55:58

I make lasagne by layering up using a white sauce made from soya milk and 'Pure' sunflower spread (and flour, obviously). I just don't put cheese in it. No one misses the cheese - they grate their own when served. My son and I are both dairy free, but my DH and DD are not.

I hate Scheeze and Cheezly and won't use the stuff in cooking. My son doesn't mind it because he's never known proper cheese...

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