Baked Bean Lasagne

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  1. SlimmingKitchen

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    Baked Bean Lasagne

    Ingredients......
    1 large onion
    100g mushrooms
    1 red pepper
    3 garlic cloves
    2 tins of baked beans
    1 tin of chopped tomatoes
    lasagne sheets
    Mixed herbs
    lea & perrins/Worcester sauce
    hot pepper sauce (add if desired)
    Hot chilli powder ( a teaspoon to give it a fiery taste)
    Some cheese to top the lasagne (Use as healthy Extra)
    Method:
    Preheat the oven to Gas mark 6 (200 degrees)
    Cut up the onion, pepper, garlic and mushrooms into fine pieces. Spray frying pan with frylight and add them all to the pan. Cook for around 5 minutes until golden brown.
    Add the baked beans, tomatoes, mixed herbs, Worcester sauce, chilli powder and hot pepper sauce as desired and cook for a few more minutes.
    Build the lasagne layers in a casserole dish, alternating bean/tomato mixture with lasagne sheets.
    Cover with foil and bake in the oven for
    30-35 minutes.
    Uncover and add cheese to the top then bake for a further 5 minutes.

    Serve with slimming world chips & salad & enjoy! Bon Appetit! [​IMG]
    This lasagne can also be made without the red pepper, herbs and spices if you prefer it to not be spicy. It is great also mixed with laughing cow cheese if you want a creamy baked bean lasagne.
     
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  3. MichelleB

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    Sounds delish! :)

    Will have to try over the next few days. Thanks.

    Michelle
     
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    No problem hun :)
    its a lovely recipe and so cheap too xxx
     
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    Hi there, recipe sounds great. Just a quick question about the lasagne sheets, do you use fresh or dried pasta? Many thanks! xx
     
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    Would think it would be dried as fresh have sins .
     
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    yummy! I am joining sw on wednesday and I am currently searching for alternative healthy versions of my favourites!! will def be trying this one!! x
     
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    This sounds proper yummy!! I'm going to try it tomorrow night for tea.

    xx
     
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    i love lasagne and this sounds great when i dont have some of the ingredients
    thanks
     
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    i use dried pasta, fresh pasta is synned. xxx
     
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    I made this for tea today and it was yummy. We had it with wedges (because I can't get SW chips right!!) and a small salad.

    Nummy.

    xx
     
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    Ooh I'm going to give this a try this week i think

    thanks xxx
     
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    I tried this a few years ago and found the sauce to be too runny (I think the recipe then was 2 of each of the tins) but it tasted okay
     
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    Made this tonight and it was absolutely gorgeous!!!!! Gonna be a regular in my house I cooked some quorn sausages and sliced them and layered them with the bean mix between layers. Yum yum!!
     
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    I made this tonight and made a slight alteration, I had a syn free "white sauce" on it, made by beating quark and eggs with parsley and nutmeg. It was utterly delicious. I have decided that this is a definate do again! Thank you so much Mrs WilsonCroft.
     
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    I used to live on something similar when I was a student. I think I will have to start making it again especially as baked beans are super speed food!

    I dip my lasagne sheets in boiling water as I am layering to ensure that they are soft when it is cooked but maybe you only need to do this if cooking in a microwave.
     
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    Im glad you enjoyed it hun :)
    xxx
     
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    ooooohhh this sounds lovely! think I might do this for tea tomorrow night!!!
     
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    Thanks so much for this!!

    Could I use extra lean mince within this and take it as free on EE??? Going to try this tonight - Lasange is my fave! :)
     
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    this sounds delicious!! will definatly be on my list for something to eat later on in the week!
     
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    I've not made it in ages but tempted to make it sometime next week :) xxx
     
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