Vegetarian Lasagna

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  • 8Servings
  • 15 mPrep Time
  • 45 mCook Time
  • 60 mReady In
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This vegetarian lasagna recipe is truly vegetarian and not just meat-less. By that I mean it is comprised of vegetables and isn’t your average carb overload. Lasagna is a wonderful casserole that is rich, flavorful and homey. Fortunately this veggie packed recipe doesn’t make you go into a food-coma afterwards. It’s filling but not too heavy. It’s healthy but not rabbit food. Most importantly it’s as simple as layering ingredients in a pan, throwing it in the oven, and having a delicious result waiting for you 45 minutes later.

Ingredients

Step by step method

  • Pre-heat oven to 350°

  • In food processor combine: kale, olive oil, egg, balsamic vinegar, garlic cloves and basil then blend

  • This will make a chunky kale pesto type mixture which we will layer into our lasagna

  • In 13”x9” casserole dish, pour enough tomato sauce to cover the bottom (about 6 oz)

  • Layer the thin slices from 1 zucchini on top of the sauce

  • Spread all of the kale pesto over the zucchini evenly (it should be just enough to make one layer)

  • Sprinkle a large handful (about 1 cup) of cheese over the kale pesto

  • Spread another layer of tomato sauce on top of the cheese (about 1 cup)

  • Lightly sprinkle a layer of oregano on top of the sauce

  • Lay down the slices from your second zucchini

  • Put another cup of cheese over the zucchini

  • Add the last layer of sauce

  • Lightly sprinkle a layer of thyme on top of the sauce

  • Lay out your last zucchini slices

  • Top with the rest of the cheese

  • Add tomato slices

  • Sprinkle with a layer of rosemary

  • Bake in oven for 45 minutes, it might take a few more minutes but remove when the cheese is starting to brown and the sauce is bubbly

  • Let sit and cool for 10 minutes before serving

Chef Info

Calvin

Guest-Chef

Hi there, I'm Calvin. Welcome to my Delicious Vegetarian Recipes! I started to this site just recently to share what I was cooking up and show how delicious vegetarian fare can be. Over the past few years I've transitioned into a more plant-based lifestyle. (This means that while my older dishes didn't contain meat, they still had eggs and dairy.…

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