Make lasagna from leftover vegetables

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Last Wednesday it was that time again, the vegetable drawer of my fridge was bulging. Time to stock up and start cooking! Because you can also put the tastiest dishes on the table with leftover vegetables. Throwing it away is a sin!

Yet almost half of the Netherlands throws away leftover vegetables once or more a week. By reusing leftovers you save on the environment and your wallet. And vegetables are also healthy, so a win-win situation. That is why Honig wants to inspire people to get more out of your leftover vegetables. To give you an idea of ​​what you can make from leftovers, I made a tasty vegetable lasagna. What will you make with your leftover vegetables?
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Inventory

Okay, what else did I have in my fridge on Wednesday:
– Box of tomatoes from which I had already grabbed a few
– ¾ zucchini
– box of chestnut mushrooms
– 1 red pepper of which I had already given a small piece to my guinea pigs
– 1 carrot
– piece of pecorino cheese
– half a cup of parsley
– red pepper
– clove of garlic
These leftovers are ideal for a lasagna or pasta dish, but leeks, spinach, eggplant, broccoli and celeriac are also delicious in combination with pasta. The result is a tasty meal and a tidy fridge!
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Vegan lasagna with lots of vegetables

4 persons

Ingredients

300 ml milk
800ml water
1 pack Honig lasagna tradizionale
1 clove of garlic
250 gr lasagna sheets
1 tbsp olive oil
The leftovers of cheese and vegetables from my fridge above, but you can of course also use other vegetables and ingredients from your own fridge.
materials
Oven dish of about 1.5 liters of water

Preparation

Heat the oven to 200 degrees. Finely chop the vegetables. Mix the béchamel sauce mix with the milk. Heat the oil in a large pan and fry the garlic for a minute. Add the vegetables and cook for about 5 to 7 minutes.

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Harder vegetables such as carrots are best baked first and only add softer vegetables such as tomatoes at the last minute. Add the water and the sauce mix to the vegetables and bring to a boil. Let it boil for 1 minute and then turn off the heat. You will see that the sauce will thicken a bit.

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Spread a little sauce over the bottom of the baking dish and layer with vegetable sauce and lasagna sheets. Finish with a layer of lasagna sheets and pour over the béchamel sauce. Grate some cheese over the top and place in the oven for 30 minutes.
Tips:
– Do you have any leftover meat or chicken? Add this to the lasagna as well.
– It is best to add a leftover of cooked or baked vegetables just before you pour the sauce mix into the vegetables.

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