Tasty Tuesday - Cabbage Lasagne

Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:36 PM in , ,

The basis: one medium cabagge, which I chopped finely and then I added it in a pan with some olive oil and let it fry for 5 minutes with the following spices thyme, oregano, cayenne pepper and salt.

Separately I stirred fresh onion, minced meat and tomatoes, plus the spices as above.

In a resistant form I did add the first cabbage layer, then the meat layer and ended up with one white sauce (2 eggs beaten with cream). The last touch: Gouda cheese.

Then in the oven for 40 minutes, et voila!See More



Oh, I would love cabbage in lasagna. Looks terrific.

That looks great and is a good wheat-free alternative! Thanks for sharing this idea! Wishing you a lovely evening xo

Cabbage Lasagne - interesting and sounds rather yummy!

Ive never had lasagne with cabbage I will have to give this a go.

I am saving this one for my husband. He loves dishes with cabbage (winter) vegetables.

@Belle - it actually is very nice, filling as well
@Mlle Poirot - welcome, always glad to share some new ideas, like you :)
@Laura - it is, I promise!
@Luan - let me know if you like it
@Weissdorn - as mine :)

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