Winter comfort food at it’s very best!! Scrumptious layers of pasta, Bolognese and white sauce topped with delicious cheese. You wouldn’t believe that it’s also packed with veggies and costs just 39p per serving!
- 6 portions Slow Cooker Bolognese £2.94
- Lasagne Sheets 49p
- Milk £1.09
- 200g Butter 25p
- Plain Flour 10p
- 500g Cheese £1.99
Total cost = £6.86
Makes 18 servings = 39p per serving
Food purchased from Aldi, UK
How to Make Lasagne Bolognese
Pop 200g of butter into a good sized pan.
Turn the heat on low and gradually add 8 table spoons of flour.
Mix it well as the butter melts.
Gradually add 4 pints of milk.
Mix it well and allow it to thicken.
Add a ladle full of white sauce to each oven proof dish, completely covering the base.
Place a sheet of lasagne on top of the white sauce.
Add a few spoonful’s of Bolognese.
Then another sheet of lasagne.
Keep layering up white sauce, Bolognese then lasagne finishing with a final layer of white sauce.
Top with slices of cheese.
Cover with cling film, cool and freeze.
To cook pop the lasagne in the oven and cook on gas mark 5 for about 45 minutes, when the cheese should be bubbling away and the lasagne should be fork tender.
I do hope you have enjoyed my Lasagne Bolognese Recipe.
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