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little d
31-03--2006, 02:56 PM
with red pepper sauce!
ingreidients olive oil pumpkin ,goats cheese, greek yogurt,veggie cheddar,mint,rosemary,red
onion,wine ,red peppers ,milled sea salt and black pepper,i glass of wine!
and of course lasange sheets to your specification(vegan or normal)
peel and slice pumpkin and cut into chips season coat in olive oil leave for 10 mins.cut red peppers in half deseed coat in olive oil and roast in hot oven for 15 mins.remove put in bowl and cling film while hot.sweat red onion finely diced till caramelised on low heat add chopped rosemary
and then wine and reduce.peel skin from peppers then blitz till smooth and add to sauce.char griil pumpkin in grill pan or barbecue tiil griil marked
but not squiggy.steep lasange sheets in hot water.put knife in hot water
and slice goats cheese 1cm thick.return to hot water after each slice.
chop mint and mix into yogurt.get baking tray put a thin layer of sauce
then cover with lasange layer of pumpkin more sauce,lasange repeat
till tray is 1cm from top final layer of lasange.then put rounds of goats cheese as one portion on top in rows.spoon minted yogurt around goats
cheese.then finally sprinle grated cheddar only over yogurt.mill some black
pepper over top and place in oven 180c for 40 mins.
your goats cheese will mark out a portion slice into squares the whole
tray then plate up with slice the first being the most difficult to remove!
serve with mixed leaf salad tossed in xtra virgin olive oil and spash of
balsamic vinegar.i haven'nt given wieghts as the recipe serves up to
twelve portions and would be a whole pumpkin,log of cherve goats cheese 2 kilos red peppers etc.
this dish was invented by me back in 96 and is my signature veggie.
BELLISIMO! njoi!:thumbup:

little d
31-03--2006, 06:53 PM
sorry forgot to add!
take pumpkin seeds rinse under tap and remove strings.dry with kitchen
paper then coat with olive oil season with milled sea salt and black pepper
place on baking tray and put in hot oven for 12-15 mins.let them cool.
this is your garnish just sprinkle a few seeds over lasange for that added crunch and flavour!
incidently they are an excellant beer snack!:waves:

scarlett
31-03--2006, 07:29 PM
goats cheese?...smells like baby sick:vomit:

Atomik
31-03--2006, 07:32 PM
goats cheese?...smells like baby sick:vomit:Peasant. :harhar:

pretty polly
31-03--2006, 07:32 PM
goats cheese?...smells like baby sick:vomit:

....and taste os seeeeamen hehe :vomit: :vomit: :vomit:

Atomik
31-03--2006, 07:32 PM
....and taste os seeeeamen hehe :vomit: :vomit: :vomit:I'll have to take your word for that one. :angel:

scarlett
31-03--2006, 07:34 PM
its true:whistle:

pretty polly
31-03--2006, 07:35 PM
its true:whistle:

THANKYOU!!! someone who agrees with me!

scarlett
31-03--2006, 07:37 PM
eldest had dairy allergy when younger...so we went the whole goats milk trip...bought him a goats milk easter bunny once...even the bloody dog wouldn't eat it:vomit:

pretty polly
31-03--2006, 07:42 PM
hehehe well being capricorn i find it too close to home :D

scarlett
31-03--2006, 07:46 PM
:eek:

little d
11-04--2006, 12:07 PM
has anyone actually tried cooking my dish or are we just getting crude!
:rolleyes:

scarlett
11-04--2006, 12:10 PM
sorry:o

Xiola
11-04--2006, 04:50 PM
It sounds good to me! Goats cheese is my favourite food ever!

Though once I tried to make pumpkin lasagne and it made me feel very ill. Probably because I let Beautiful_Day make the bechamel sauce:whack:

little d
25-04--2006, 01:20 PM
please follow the recipe i have sold this dish in many restrants and gastro bars and have had nothing but excellant complements back!
incidently for those that don't like goats cheese when cooked it tastes completely differant!i myself don't like uncooked goats cheese!
try coating it in sesame seeds the same way you would put something in breadcrumbs!you can deep /shallow fry till golden brown a few minutes
or just grill it!serve on a salad tossed in french dressing as a starter!:whistle: