If there is one thing I miss, it’s lasagne! Just the juicy creaminess of it; it’s such a satisfying, comforting meal! I’ve had some vegetarian lasagnes but they use a lot of dairy so how happy was I when I discovered a vegan bechamel sauce on offer at Ocado! It’s from Conserve Della Nonna and available at Ocado and free of dairy, eggs and soy! Couldn’t believe my eyes.
What with that and the amazing new vegan cheese I’ve discovered from Follow Your Heart, I was able to make the (genuinely) yummiest lasagne that could possibly be.
I added lentils to this to ensure enough plant-based protein is going into my diet, something you must watch out for when not eating animal proteins. (Plant-based proteins are way more bio-available anyway.)
Make it, it’s the best!
2 courgettes, sliced
3 portobello mushrooms, sliced
1 large aubergine, sliced
Half cup lentils
1 tsp bouillon
Drizzle olive oil
Pinch Himalayan salt
1 tin chopped tomatoes
2 tbsp tomato puree
1 onion, chopped
3 garlic cloves, sliced
Himalayan salt and black pepper
Wholewheat or gluten free lasagne sheets
Vegan bechamel sauce
Vegan grated cheese
Preheat the grill and oven, both to 180.
Boil the lentils as per the packet instructions and add the bouillon.
Place the sliced vegetables, except the spinach, on a baking tray, drizzle with the oil, sprinkle with some salt and put under the grill. When they look slightly browned, turn them over and grill until brown on both sides. Set aside.
Make the marinara sauce by browning the onion and garlic in olive oil on a low heat, slowly, until transparent. Then add the rest of the marinara ingredients and keep on a low heat, stirring often.
Once everything is ready, layer the vegetables at the bottom of a baking dish and put some spinach over the top. Add a layer of lentils on top of this, then a layer of marinara sauce. Layer the lasagne sheets over the top and put the bechamel sauce and cheese on top of that. Repeat this whole step once more, sprinkling with as much cheese as you like on top.
Bake for 40 mins and serve with a green salad.
Love & health,
2 thoughts on “Best Ever Vegan Lasagne”
Thank you for the recipe! It looks great. Always looking for more family-friendly vegan meals.
Looks gorgeous Lauren. Just printed the recipe