Smiling Lasagna with Corn Cream and Mushrooms 

Recipe and photographs by Omri Pollack of the blog Italian Strike

Forgotten corncobs, and withered mushrooms in a basket. These will be taken care of in an original recipe for delicious lasagna.

Ingredients:

1 Pack of lasagna sheets

150 gr grated cheese of your choice

4 corncobs

50 gr grated parmesan

1 package Portobello mushrooms

2 branches rosemary

Red wine

Olive oil

Salt and pepper

Preparation:

Slice mushrooms into thick slices.

Heat some olive oil in a frying pan over a medium flame, put in the mushrooms and the rosemary leaves on top. After a few minutes – when the pan is hot – add a little red wine and cover. Lower the flame and cook until the mushrooms have softened.

Peel the corncobs, and shave the cobs with a knife straight into a pot until the cobs are completely bare. Cover the corn grains with water and bring to the boil over a high flame, lower to medium flame and cook until the corn softens – approximately 5 minutes. Once the corn is soft, grind it using a hand blender to a creamy texture, but not too liquid. Turn off the flame and mix the parmesan in.

Dish assembly:

Grease a medium-sized baking tray and heat the oven to 180 degrees.

The lasagna sheets may be cooked for 2-3 minutes until slightly softened. Place the sheets on the bottom of the baking tray and pour half of the corn cream over them; cover with another layer of lasagna sheets and arrange the mushrooms on top. Place another layer of sheets, and pour the rest of the corn cream over them and finally the remaining lasagna sheets – 4 layers of sheets altogether.

Sprinkle the cheese on the top layer of sheets, and bake for 20 minutes in the preheated oven at 180 degrees. After removing the tray from the oven it is important to be patient and allow the lasagna to slightly cool and stabilize.

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Recipe and photographs by Omri Pollack of the blog Italian Strike

Smiling Lasagna with Corn Cream and Mushrooms

Recipe and photographs by Omri Pollack of the blog Italian Strike

Recipe and photographs by Omri Pollack of the blog Italian Strike

Forgotten corncobs, and withered mushrooms in a basket. These will be taken care of in an original recipe for delicious lasagna.

Ingredients:

1 Pack of lasagna sheets

150 gr grated cheese of your choice

4 corncobs

50 gr grated parmesan

1 package Portobello mushrooms

2 branches rosemary

Red wine

Olive oil

Salt and pepper

Preparation:

Slice mushrooms into thick slices.

Heat some olive oil in a frying pan over a medium flame, put in the mushrooms and the rosemary leaves on top. After a few minutes – when the pan is hot – add a little red wine and cover. Lower the flame and cook until the mushrooms have softened.

Peel the corncobs, and shave the cobs with a knife straight into a pot until the cobs are completely bare. Cover the corn grains with water and bring to the boil over a high flame, lower to medium flame and cook until the corn softens – approximately 5 minutes. Once the corn is soft, grind it using a hand blender to a creamy texture, but not too liquid. Turn off the flame and mix the parmesan in.

Dish assembly:

Grease a medium-sized baking tray and heat the oven to 180 degrees.

The lasagna sheets may be cooked for 2-3 minutes until slightly softened. Place the sheets on the bottom of the baking tray and pour half of the corn cream over them; cover with another layer of lasagna sheets and arrange the mushrooms on top. Place another layer of sheets, and pour the rest of the corn cream over them and finally the remaining lasagna sheets – 4 layers of sheets altogether.

Sprinkle the cheese on the top layer of sheets, and bake for 20 minutes in the preheated oven at 180 degrees. After removing the tray from the oven it is important to be patient and allow the lasagna to slightly cool and stabilize.

Link to the recipe

Did you give it a try? Hashtag – #lovefoodnotwaste

For more of Omri’s recipes:  https://shvitaitalkit.wordpress.com/

https://www.facebook.com/shvitaitalkit/

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