I never met a lasagna I didn’t like

Googled lasagna quotes and found this —> “I never met a lasagna I didn’t like”, and you know what, It’s sooo true! Best of all, a lasagna works as comfort food during rough times, and at the same time it also works as a classy high end dish at a 5 star restaurant. Hard to beat, that one is!

I’ve eaten a lot of lasagna during my little life on this earth, but none of them was as good as the one I had in Sicily (Sis you know which one I’m talking about), therefore I have chosen not to try to replicate that one. Instead I’ve chosen to try a vegetarian recipe for this weeks post. You vant really get the Sicilian sun and aromas here in Sweden. But back to the veggie lasagna, “This one wasn’t too shabby if you know what I mean!

 

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Okey so here’s what you need!

a bunch of sweet cherry tomatoes, a carrot, a couple of mushrooms, frozen spinach, some garlic, 1 onion, crushed tomatoes, a squash, lasagna noodles, Feta/mozzarella and/or parmesan cheese and some fresh basil.

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Chop the onion and garlicDSC_4644

fry it !

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add the crushed tomatoes or your favourite tomato sauce + some cherry tomatoes  DSC_4660 DSC_4670

boil then let simmer for about 20 minDSC_4673

meanwhile start with the first noodle layer in a pan

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chop some mushrooms and slice the squash, add the mushrooms to the sauce and make an other layer with the squash on top of the noodles. DSC_4676

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Heat the spinach DSC_4677 DSC_4686

add more basil to the sauce if you want to.DSC_4691

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peel the carrot!DSC_4698

Start the layering!

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add some feta cheese, more noodles!DSC_4705 DSC_4706

add the carrotsDSC_4707

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More cheese!DSC_4709 DSC_4710

The spinach !  DSC_4711

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Put into the oven 200 degrees celsius for about 15-20 min (until golden brown).  DSC_4715 DSC_4717

And Voilà!

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//Alexis Holm

 

 

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Wearable Food

I still have a food thing going on here on the blog, can’t really help it. Started this project last friday/saturday, didn’t really turn out as expected but then again it never does. My little studio still smell of chickpeas, glue and beans. So here we go, a little beans, sesame seeds, chickpeas and coffee  jewellery for everyone.

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behind the scenes

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// Alexis Holm

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Meet me in Paris

Last weekend had a lot of “firsts” in it for me. My first trip to Paris, My first Louvre walk, my first Crème brûlée, and my first legit utter of the words “Je voudrais un croque monsieur, s’il vous plaît” (ordering a freaking amazeballss grilled ham and cheese sandwich). Had been waiting for almost 10 years to say that xD . It might not look like much 2 the world, but honestly if you get the chance drop by “La Fregate” and grab a Coffee or a Coke and a Croque monsieur!

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Anyway when back in reality I decided on making the weekend in Paris into 2 posts. Didn’t want to bore you with to many pictures at once.

So here we go! Enjoy Paris from a 35 mm lens!

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// Alexis Holm

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