Homemade macaroni lasagna à la Mama (and without a bag)
E in my personal nightmares came true last Friday night. And in the slightly disheveled and once again somewhat muddled figure of my son, who came running excitedly to me in the kitchen. He has a message: "Mom, I want to eat Macaroni-Lasange!" What. That comes now something unexpectedly. "How do you feel about that?", I want to know. He explains to me that this is delicious and very simple and really great, because that is possible with a bag. He just saw it on TV. And he wants it now.
I'm about to faint. Has my own body of fruit just explained to me that he intends to enjoy the pastry of an international food multinational? Mon Dieu! Mentally, I am already on my way to the living room to throw the TV out of the window. It occurs to me that I can not do that to the man, since the much-anticipated GTA5 will soon be delivered. The TV is definitely going to be used hardcore in the next few weeks.
A glimpse into the child's big, brown eyes and I know that I should speedily make Macaroni Lasange at the weekend. And without a bag. For educational reasons. At least.
I explain to the child that we can do it in the same time wonderfully and much better without a bag. The child is very skeptical. If that is the right and true macaroni lasagna? (Where did he live in the last few years? I was thinking of us ...).
With the vegetable basket, macaroni hunted by the man and the child, I find myself back in the kitchen on Saturday. We make educationally valuable macaroni lasagna for lunch. A great shape, which also extends directly to Sunday. With lots of vegetables and real spices in the sauce and pasta, which are really in all places.
So that the whole thing does not get too boring, the child once brought his video game as a precaution. Mummy nibbles the vegetables, fries onions and garlic, cooks noodles ... "Boahhh Mama, that smells good!", Says the child. "Is this all in the lasagna?" When I nod, the small agent is extremely pleased and is rapidly building a heliport in LEGO City.
Hot steaming, fragrant aromatic, covered with a golden layer of cheese - that's how lasagna looks great , On the plates, get set, go! My boys are delighted. (And I'm glad the vegetables in our family dinner go so well.)
And here's the recipe for 6-8 servings:
1 Peel and finely slice onion and 2 garlic cloves .
3-4 carrots , 3 celery stalks , 1 red pepper and 1/2 bar leek clean, gbf. Peel and cut into small cubes.
Heat in a pot 2 tablespoons olive oil and fry onions with garlic. Then add the vegetables and fry briefly. 1/2 cup of water , stir and simmer for 5 minutes. Add 2 cans of chopped tomatoes and 1 tablespoon of sugar and stir well. Put the lid on and simmer the sauce on a low flame for 10-15 minutes. If necessary, season with salt.
Preheat the oven to 170 degrees top/bottom heat.
Bring plenty of water to a boil in a large saucepan, then
Place half of the macaroni in a casserole dish first. Cover with half of the sauce, then layer macaroni and the remaining sauce. Mix 1 cup of sour cream with 3 tablespoons of grated cheese and spread on the sauce layer. Cover with 150 g of grated cheese and sprinkle with 2 tablespoons of breadcrumbs .
Bake in the oven until the layer of cheese melts and is partially browned.
Allow to cool before serving and garnish with chopped parsley
GourmetGuerilla - macaroni lasagna à la Mama