The Best & Simplest Vegetarian Lasagne Recipe Ever!

Some recipes are more special than others. The one I am sharing today means a lot to me. Soon after I gave birth to Wriggly, my dear friend Cé came for a visit. She brought the best present you could give a sleep-deprived mum: lunch and dinner! She had made a small vegetarian lasagne for our lunch, and a big one for my whole family that evening. All I had to do was put the lasagne in the oven… I had a delicious homemade dinner that involved no effort whatsoever on my part!

The Best & Simplest Vegetarian Lasagne Recipe Ever about to go in the Oven

This vegetarian lasagne is without the shadow of a doubt the best veggie dish I have ever tasted. That makes it the perfect recipe to share on National Vegetarian Week. It is visually pleasing, bursting with flavours, healthy, quick and cheap to make.

Cé shared her recipe with me a few months ago. She had found it in a magazine and torn it ages before. It was all faded, stained after years of use. If that is not the sign of a good recipe, what is? She thinks the recipe is by Jamie Oliver.

I absolutely love this dish and I have cooked it five or six times already. I made changes to the original recipe and rewritten it my way.

The Best & Simplest Vegetarian Lasagne Recipe Ever - Ingredients

The result is creamy yet fresh, full of flavours, with a slight crunch from the courgettes. It is heavenly!

Add a glass of wine and I am in heaven.

The Best & Simplest Vegetarian Lasagne Recipe Ever on a Plate

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The Best & Simplest Vegetarian Lasagne Recipe Ever!

This delicious dish takes no time to put together. It is full of flavours and can easily be made free from eggs and wheat.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 50 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 aubergine approximately 300g
  • 3 courgettes about 400g
  • Rapeseed oil
  • 5 cloves garlic
  • 4 basil stalks leaves pinched and rinsed
  • 2 x 400g tins of chopped tomatoes
  • 1 heaped teaspoon sugar
  • 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon mixed herbs
  • Fleur de sel de Guérande or Maldon Salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 packet of fresh lasagne sheets 250g, or ‘free from’ lasagne sheets for a wheat and egg-free version
  • 4 tablespoons crème fraîche
  • 6 tablespoons freshly grated Parmesan cheese
  • Olive oil

Instructions

  1. Preheat your oven to gas mark 5 (190 degrees Celcius / 375 degrees Fahrenheit).
  2. Prep your vegetables. Wash them and keep their skin on. Slice the aubergines (0.5cm thick).
  3. Cut the courgettes lengthwise into thin rectangular slices.
  4. Chop the basil stalks (not the leaves) as finely as you can. Peel and crush the garlic.
  5. Fry the aubergines in a single layer in a little rapeseed oil over a medium heat. It will take a couple of minutes for each side to get them golden brown. Keep cooked slices on a plate and continue batch cooking the aubergine rounds until they are all done.
  6. Add another tablespoon of rapeseed oil to the pan. Fry the basil stalks and garlic for a minute, stirring constantly. Add the aubergines, tinned tomatoes, sugar, herbs, balsamic vinegar and season to taste. Bring to the boil then simmer for 10 minutes, covered.
  7. At the bottom of an ovenproof dish (17 x 26 cm / 7x10 inches), spread a third of the tomato sauce and sprinkle one tablespoon grated parmesan. Lay a lasagne sheet over the sauce and add a third of the courgette slices. Repeat twice, until all the tomato sauce has been used.
  8. Mix the crème fraîche with the remaining grated Parmesan and season to taste. Spread over the last lasagne sheet, drizzle with olive oil, add the remaining courgette slices and basil leaves on top.
  9. Place in the warm oven for 35 minutes. Check on the lasagne after 20 minutes. If it looks like it is browning too quickly, cover it with foil.
  10. Serve with salad and balsamic vinegar dressing.

 

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Comments

  1. What a delicious lasagne recipe thank you! I would love to see a tasty paella recipe for the Summer!

  2. traceypeach says:

    I would like to see some summer dishes something quick to make & light & refreshing xxx

  3. traceypeach says:

    Yes exactly some lovely salads & quiches. I’m OK lovely one day at a time hope you are doing well too 🙂

  4. Would like to know how they make Veal in a creamy mushroom sauce like L’artiste 🙂

    • OK, I like a challenge, Kim. I am not promising anything, but I will definitely have a go at some point. It is more of a winter dish, so I have time, phew!

  5. winnie says:

    i would love to see some more vegetarian receipes

  6. laura banks says:

    something with mussels

    • Oh, I have a really nice recipe with mussels on the blog, you should check it out! Just type ‘mussels’ in the search bar. Champagne sauce… yum!

      • laura banks says:

        fab i love them always had them with boring white wine or garlic etc but when we went vegas we went to wolfgang puck and had a fab dish that was chorizo and mussels so always figured there was a way to liven them up

  7. i would like to see something you can share with your little one age 6+months

    • I have a few already. The homemade ice cream recipes I have posted are ideal for teething babies. I also have a delicious one with butternut squash, sweet potato & pear. Let me know what you think!

  8. Simon C says:

    I’d suggest some soup recipes. But maybe wait till autumn/winter – summer isn’t right for soup.

  9. Naomi Howells says:

    Salmon risotto…I love it but can’t make it!

  10. compy99 says:

    more vegetarian and vegan recipes would be great

    Anthony Harrington

  11. Alison says:

    I’d like to see a recipe for a summer fruits cheesecake

  12. This vegetarian lasagna looks perfect! I love that you used aubergine too – yum!!

  13. Louise A says:

    more recipes with mushrooms

  14. Laura Tilaks says:

    Looks yummy!!! Can’t wait to attempt this 🙂

  15. Some quick and easy healthy summer meals! Risotto’s or mixed salads.

  16. Anything with Cous Cous!

  17. PHILIP WRIGHT says:

    I have plenty of Onions, Mint, Spinach to hand. A soup or stew would be great.

  18. Jo m Welsh says:

    Different types of risottos please

  19. Ashleigh Allan says:

    Something with chocolate and coconut!

  20. I would love to see more desserts.

  21. I jusT love your food photos. How do you come up with the ideas to place certain bits where.

    • I take hundreds of photos. Most of them are pretty awful, and I feel pretty pleased with myself when I manage to get a decent one, ha ha!

  22. I would like to see recipes for trout – a fish I love.

  23. Nichole says:

    I would love to see delicious salads for the summer!

  24. carina says:

    I will definitely be trying that one, it sounds scrummy. My daughter is experimenting with smoothies and you can use almost anything in them. Any new ideas would be appreciated though

  25. Pat Stubbs says:

    More recipes using aubergines

  26. More Chinese meals

  27. wild mushrooms with stinging nettles pasta

  28. Zoe G says:

    The lasagne looks yummy, maybe some stir fry recipes

  29. Charlene Price says:

    I second the request for more vegetarian recipes. 🙂

  30. vegetable lasagne with a twist

  31. Fiona K says:

    I would like to see recipes for French style tarts

  32. Tristan Hill says:

    the best simplest vegan lasagne recipe would be great!

    • Just use this recipe and replace the cheese with vegan cheese, the cream with oat or soya cream and the fresh lasagne sheets with egg-free lasagne sheets. Do you think I should publish this as a separate recipe? I’m happy to do that.

  33. aaron broad says:

    different types of Stew, is my fave meal in the world (:

  34. I love pasta recipes

  35. Paula Readings says:

    Something sweet with not too many calories

  36. Particularly a pasta sauce using roast red peppers ans the main ingredient.

  37. Rob Griffiths says:

    I’d like to see more slow cooker recipes

  38. Some light bites that are quick and easy – yet healthy

  39. Mark Palmer says:

    home made pasta

  40. Different quiches for summertime 🙂

  41. Jane Butler says:

    Vegetarian recipes with no onions, garlic & more free from products in them as I have many allergies & hate eating lots of the same thing! Def try this as I have had free from lasagne sheets in my cupboard for ages but was looking for bechemel replacement & this is perfect so thank you!

  42. Stevey H says:

    Melanzane Parmigiana!

  43. Your chicken and chorizo;-)

  44. I like suprises, I like it when I see a blog recipe post on my facebook newsfeed that inspires me to click on it to go and read the blog! It can be anything really, its whether the recipe title hits the spot at that particular time if you know what I mean! Sometimes soups might be of interest, sometimes currys, sometimes salads or nibbles or side dishes! I’m more interested in healthy meals and not at all with cakes or biscuits.

  45. Stacey Tripconey says:

    A summer salad

  46. Lorraine Tinsley says:

    More quick fish dishes for easy meals during the week

  47. Hazel Rea says:

    I’d love to see you try a free-from loaf of bread. It’s fairly easy to make glutenfree bread but I had to develop gluten/dairy/eggfree bread for my son so I know how difficult it is and I’d love to see what you would come up with.

    • Now that’s a tricky one! I have a great recipe, but it is not nut-free, so I can’t use it for Jumpy. It is focaccia though. Would you like me to share it? Does yours contain nuts? If not, would you be happy to share it?

  48. Tracy B says:

    I’d love some super quick after school snack ideas – healthy/veggie please

  49. Elizabeth Briggs says:

    I would love to try to make Cornish/Vegetarian Pasties x

  50. PAULINE HILL says:

    bechaemel sauce ideas

  51. Some nice summery recipes – tasty salads, paella, things like that 🙂

  52. Tania Atfield says:

    A quiche for summer

  53. Andrea Smith says:

    A lovely quiche please!

  54. Hayley says:

    Definitely some sort of veggie paella

  55. laura jayne bates says:

    something with salmon, the kids love it

  56. Jill Webb says:

    Some easy pizza recipes would be fab

  57. fozia Akhtar says:

    summer soup recipes

  58. brenda heads says:

    Something suitable for a family bbq please.

  59. Holly Gibson says:

    Some summery salads would be fab

  60. Heather Haigh says:

    Any healthy tasty recipes are always good

  61. C Parkin says:

    more seafood dishes

  62. Claire bodin says:

    Something easy quick and cheap

  63. A vegetarian cottage pie

  64. Rachael G says:

    Healthy snack ideas/recipes for kids are always welcome!

  65. Alica says:

    Any low carb versions of things would be great for me 🙂

  66. Natalie Crossan says:

    I’m on the atkins diet so low carb is good for me at the mo!

  67. Louise Smith says:

    Monkfish pan fried in cream with garlic and mushrooms

  68. Gemma Holland says:

    I would love any fish recipes please

  69. Julie Booth says:

    paella

  70. lyn burgess says:

    A good basic recipe for a quiche, it could possibly have a few easy alternatives, such as mushroom, roasted veg, cheese and onion, bacon, etc

  71. lyn burgess says:

    Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. I think I’ll be adding goats cgeese and courgettes to my shopping list, it looks really tasty 🙂

  72. I am going to make this lasagne 🙂

  73. More risottos please!x

  74. jodie crossley says:

    more veggie meals like this would be fab!

  75. Sarah Griffiths says:

    Any quick and easy veggie meals for one person

  76. Tina M Holmes says:

    Some nice, light and child friendly recipes.

  77. Nicki Evans says:

    Coquille St Jacques – love them!

  78. Maxine G says:

    Loving your recipes – your goats cheese quiche does look yummy! It would be great to look at some summer pasta or rice salads – super tasty for dinner and then easily served in packed lunches the following day

  79. Susan Ellins says:

    Reduced sugar recipes

  80. Penny H says:

    I would like to see a simple fresh tomato sauce to freeze while the tomatoes are coming into season and will be cheaper. The big tomatoes often seem watery but the cherry tomatoes are so fiddly to skin. Is there a best variety to use?

    • I always use tinned tomatoes for tomato sauce. If Italians do it, so do I! If going for fresh tomatoes, my favourites are cherry plum tomatoes, and I never peel tomatoes (is that a sin?). As a matter of fact, I started typing my vegan tomato sauce recipe this weekend. I use it on its own, with meatbballs or as a base for lasagne, bolognaise etc. I always cook it in batch and freeze loads.

  81. I’d love to see a recipe for chilli con carne – I have a kit in the cupboard at the moment but would like to know how to make it from scratch ;o)

  82. leanne weir says:

    something light and mediterranean please x

  83. Leanne moore says:

    A new flavour Spag Bol

  84. Victoria says:

    summer drinks

  85. Helen G says:

    Fusion cooking!

  86. Some spicy chicken dish for my hubby x

  87. Stephanie Tsang says:

    A yummy curry recipe

  88. Lizzie E says:

    Some on-the-go snacks would be great! I’m always lost for healthy snacks when I’m at work.

  89. iain maciver says:

    lasagne recipe for me

    • I actually typed my lasagne recipe yesterday as I was making it… but we devoured everything with friends tonight and I didn’t get a chance to take photos. Give me a few weeks and I’ll make it again: it is heavenly!

  90. Janette Arnold says:

    Gazpacho with summer approaching

  91. Ruth Harwood says:

    Some tasty salad variations

  92. lynn savage says:

    I’d love some recipes for lunchbox ideas that aren’t just sandwiches and quiche

  93. Dave Edwards says:

    A veggie moussaka

  94. It would need be something that doesn’t contain gluten or lactose, just found out I was both of these and I’m not sure what to start eating!

    • Check my ‘free from’ section. There are loads of recipes there as my toddler is allergic to wheat and used to be allergic to milk protein. If one of my recipes contains no gluten but has dairy in, just ask me how to substitute in a comment and I’ll come back to you.

  95. Martina Pichova says:

    I agree with other people – I would love more vegetarian recipes too! Thank you.

  96. Bryony Brooke says:

    Vegetarian recipes that make the quorn chicken style pieces a bit more exciting – i hope you like a challenge!

  97. I’m trying to eat more vegetables (your lasagne looks fab by the way). I’m interested in using aubergines as a meat substitute and would like some ideas.

    • Do try this recipe. It is really lovely. I have a really nice vegan curry recipe with aubergine in. I’ll have to write it up at some point (have to find it first!)

  98. gemma brown says:

    some veggie meals for summer. nice salads and picnicy type snacks 🙂

  99. Tracy Newton says:

    I would like to see children’s recipes/family meals that hide lots of veg. Great for fussy little eaters

  100. Lucy Pasifull says:

    Anything with aubergine, love them!

  101. some veggie ones!

  102. Healthy lunchbox recipes? Always so handy! Rosie xx

  103. melanie stirling says:

    I love vegetarian lasagne and my favourite is stilton and celery lasagne that I have when I go out.It would be great if you could come up with a recipe for that 🙂 (I know there is wholegrain mustard in it)

  104. Amy Skinner says:

    Some yummy salad dressings

  105. A yummy cake 🙂

  106. Félicitations Mel pour ta nomination !! Tu le merites bien 😉
    Cette lasagne à l’air délicieuse et le fromage de chèvre est toujours une bonne idée !

  107. Katherine L says:

    I’d love some breakfast alternatives, like nutrition packed bars or cereal combinations.

    • Have you seen my granola recipe? I also have a delicious cereal bar recipe on the blog. I would love it if you tried them!

  108. claire griffiths says:

    i would like to see some risotto recipes or anything with salmon

  109. helen jones says:

    receipes suitable for picnics or lunch in the garden

  110. Risotto recipes and ideas for paella 🙂

  111. jennifer thorpe says:

    some more fishy recipes, hubby and I are always looking for inspiration for a tasty but easy supper

  112. Lois Eaton says:

    Vegetable tagines, I have had them when out and they have varied in flavour bit I love a nicely spiced one that’s not too hot.

  113. Liam Bishop says:

    I am always on the lookout for summery things to put on the bbq, can get a bit boring always having same old sausages!

  114. Roraima says:

    Vegetarian for 45 years non-stop here…LOVE aubergines, courgetts and anything that is green and tasty!

  115. Sara Goodman says:

    Tarte au citron with a really simple pastry. Pastry is really not my strong point!!!
    Super giveaway, thank you. xx

    • La Tarte au Citron was my signature dessert for a very long time. My recipe is from a kids’ cookbook in French and it is definitely easy to put together. On my long list of recipes to post!

  116. SophieR says:

    I’d love a recipe for a veggie risotto

  117. Sinead ORourke says:

    some vegan recipes.

  118. Sarah Lee says:

    I love baking, so I would like to see more cake recipes

  119. Emma Gibson says:

    Some unusual vegetables or roasted vegetable dishes.

  120. Maya Russell says:

    I’d like to see prawn cocktail.

  121. Quick and easy summer dinners, and different salads.

  122. I’d love to see some recipes for easy summery deserts, especially ones that work well for parties and outdoor entertaining!

  123. Kat Lucas says:

    Light Summer recipes

  124. Yum! I would like to see recipes for a fussy 3 year old who will only eat chicken and chips, maybe disguising other food to look like chicken and chips? Is that too much to ask? I would like to see some quick but tasty midweek meals that don’t require too many fancy ingredients. xx

  125. Some light refreshing desserts for the summer. (Janice Mackin)

  126. I’ve tried so many vegetarian lasagna recipes and never found one I love but this looks delish so I will give it a go! Tony is vegetarian so he is always keen to try new ones too, and I’m not so into meat ones, so I think this will be on the menu next week ! Thanks lovely xx

  127. Sarah Thomas says:

    Some light, summery salads that are a bit different

  128. james rowlands says:

    Not really sure what recipe but something for my fussy 3 year old.The only things she really likes is carrot cucumber rice and pasta.

  129. anything healthy and veggie.

  130. Tean Porteus says:

    I love mushroom recipes and could do with some new ones

  131. A nice Ratatouille, or perhaps some spicy tofu tortillas, or even a vegetable curry! What ever you decide, I know it’s gonna be a hit 😀

  132. hannahlig says:

    Some kind of free from lasagne but with an out of the box take on it

  133. Leanne V Mckenna says:

    I’d like to see a tagine recipe

  134. In the last few months I’ve discovered a liking for bulgar wheat – would love some new ideas to try out!

  135. some delicious but twisting salad.

  136. Ella Dawn says:

    some one pot meals would be fab!!!!

  137. Jan Beal says:

    I’d like to see a recipe for a quick cook dessert such a fruit flan using in season fruits – had this when I was in France and it was a stunning way to finish the meal but was reassured that it was quick and easy to do!

  138. So proud of you for making it to the finals darling. Keeping everything crossed xxxx

  139. ELAINE DALE says:

    something, quick. easy and nutritious but also cheap

  140. Marie B says:

    Some delicious quinoa recipes

  141. Joanna Butler-Savage says:

    quick lunchtime pasta

  142. BBQ and different summer salad recipes

  143. I’d like to see more ideas for cooking with courgettes, I have a favourite recipe for courgette and pine nut quiche. this year I am growing 4 courgette plants in the garden so I am expecting lots of courgettes to eat 🙂

    Angela – Garden Tea Cakes and Me

  144. Louise Gazeley says:

    My boys loved Spanish ‘Flan’ when we first took them there but it was a Spiced one I’ve never seen a recipe for !!

  145. Eva Vida says:

    I would love to see recipes with quinoa.Thank you

  146. Bryony Marshall says:

    A gluten free recipe!

  147. Sarah Pybus says:

    Some nice quick and easy low carb meals without strange and expensive ingredients!

  148. joanne darnell says:

    some low fat cheese dishes

  149. Heather Macklin says:

    Summer puddings

  150. Rachel Craig says:

    Paella. Summer Salad. Summer Pudding etc.

  151. kirsty webb says:

    Something gluten and dairy free. Xx

  152. kathy says:

    this sounds amazing

  153. karen cowley says:

    Would love some fruit muffin recipes x

  154. Judith Hamilton says:

    I love lasagna, great recipe.

  155. Judith Hamilton says:

    A recipe for a simple Red Velvet cake would be good. We’ve got a bit of a craze for it at the moment after eating it in a tea room.

  156. I’d like to see recipes with spaghetti squash…because I’m desperate for this to become more widely available in the UK, needs to be a higher demand for it first though!

  157. clair downham says:

    something different for a bbq rather than burgers and sausages

  158. jayne hall says:

    something invovling sweety potaoes

  159. Abigail Cullen says:

    A sweet using dried prunes as they are very good for you, would be nice.

  160. Anita says:

    A recipe involving tagliatelle pasta and fish

  161. laura stewart says:

    sticky lemon chicken with noodles xx

  162. Lynn Heath says:

    I would love some simple fish suppers that are quick to do after work but look like I’ve spent the afternoon in the kitchen!!!!!

  163. Amanda A says:

    More receipes with foraged food such as wild mushroom, garlic, nettles and berries 🙂

  164. Tammy Tudor says:

    I would love to see a good vegetable lasagne

    • I could try to come up with another vegetarian lasagne recipe. What sort of ingredients would you have in your lasagne?

  165. Something not boring to do with celery please

  166. jodie yorke says:

    soup recipes.

  167. Summer salads

  168. Michaela Hannah says:

    A nice risotto would be lovely

  169. Hassina Begum says:

    I would love to see some curry recipes

  170. Andrea Williams says:

    Some non typical ideas for the BBQ please

  171. Isabel O'Brien says:

    I love the amount of free from recipes you do. In my house we are vegetarian so no meat or fish, but also we have a lot of soya alternatives. Dairy makes me cough and itch. I would love to see something like a vegetarian pie, savoury strudel, vegetarian wellington. Can you tell I like pastry? And all veggie recipes seem to ask you to use Quorn but I much prefer soya based meat alternatives.

  172. Rachel Butterworth says:

    Recipes using leftovers.

  173. Nikki Hunter-Pike says:

    some clean eating recipes

  174. jen lloyd says:

    some nice spicy food like curries

  175. Kristina Trick says:

    Something fun for kids to eat.

  176. Janice says:

    cheap and easy recipes

  177. As I am lactose intolerant I would love to see dairy free recipes

  178. quick ones!

  179. Michelle Banks says:

    any ideas for low fat, healthy family meals x

  180. mummyfever says:

    Something for the BBQ 🙂

  181. Ema J Lowe says:

    picnic ideas with the summer holidays soon upon us.

  182. Shelly Wenn says:

    Gluten Free receipes

  183. Arabella Bazley says:

    I used to eat out a lot when I was abroad and fell in love with Italian salads of griddled vegetables, fresh mixed leaves and shavings of parmesan and I would love some new ideas on how to dress them and what different vegetables I could incorporate.

  184. Laura Walker says:

    Some tasty wrap ideas

  185. recipes for fussy children

  186. Kaci Soderstrom says:

    Chocolatey recipes that aren’t too naughty!

  187. Harriet says:

    Low sugar recipes

  188. Some healthier salad dishes would be nice.

  189. Jayne T says:

    That looks so yummy! Thanks for the lovely recipe, being a veggie I’d love to see some more vegetarian recipes suitable for the whole family, such as veggie cottage pie.

  190. A nice risotto

  191. liz ferguson says:

    i want to eat more oily fish, so would love a recipe that makes them less fishy tasting xx

  192. Sammi says:

    Hmm… anything healthy, that takes 20 minutes to cook, is super cheap and isnt soup!

  193. Salads that fill you up….

  194. Julie Whittaker says:

    Low fat puddings would be great 🙂

  195. I’d love a potsticker/gyoza recipe including the wrappers! I’m really into them at the moment 🙂

  196. Vegetarian cottage pie 🙂

  197. Healthy vegetarian recipes – i find so many recipes covered in cheese!

  198. ohhec says:

    Recipes which use left overs!

  199. Leila Benhamida says:

    Anything with Seabass or sardines

  200. Katie Kingsbury says:

    Anything using a spiralizer, I’m obsessed with mine!

  201. Andrew Seaman says:

    Family veggie meals as my whole family are veggies

  202. A courgette moussaka would be amazing

  203. Some fish recipes

  204. Nancy says:

    Pumpkin pie or any sweet bake with pumpkin

  205. Silvia says:

    Interesting salads

  206. I’d love to see some recipes using couscous, slow cooker ideas – or make ahead ideas

  207. Petra Beck says:

    If you could come up with an easy cheese souffle recipe that would be brilliant. I’m somebody who likes experimenting in the kitchen but never ventured out into souffles. Oh, and the vegetable lasagne sounds fantastic, have just printed the recipe.

    • Oh, you’re giving me an incentive to publish one of the recipes I make on a regular basis! I make a delicious twice baked soufflé (that removes the stress of the soufflé that ends up being as flat as a pancake!)

  208. More Indian inspired recipes, I love spice!

  209. Michelle Whyte says:

    I love Quorn…pieces and mince…would love some innovative recipes using this please

  210. JUDITH STANLEY says:

    Any dishes that include Pineapple, Rice & Spices

  211. stacy sorrell says:

    id love some kids quick and easy recipes

  212. Marie Evans says:

    I love Chinese,So a would love going down that route i can never get mine to taste as nice as the chinese takeaways but what i hate about there meals eg Black bean sauce & chow Mein is they taste so salty.

  213. Something healthy but sweet

  214. Tamsin Dean says:

    More fish and pasta dishes yummy

  215. Stevie says:

    I’d like Manchester tart.

  216. @jamesmum15 says:

    some mushroom recipes would be great.

  217. Anne Johnston says:

    I would love to see you do a recipe for a lentil bake

  218. Greig spencer says:

    cheesecakes please

  219. superluckydi says:

    Do you do any nice chilled soups for summer – gazpacho style? 🙂

    • Well, cold soup just doesn’t sound right for me… Sorry my lovely, but I doubt I’d ever have a gazpacho recipe here. Xx

  220. Would love aubergine dishes. thanks

  221. A burger recipe!

  222. sue alleyne says:

    some easy veggie starters

  223. a vegetarian full English breakfast

  224. Eileen Sumner says:

    recipes for one

  225. Caz Blackburn says:

    Chilli and chicken pasta

  226. Laura Asplin says:

    A recipe for a filling side salad for summer

  227. Karl Borowy says:

    sweets and puds

  228. Ann Robinson says:

    Just more vegetarian recipes for me, you can’t have too many

  229. Layla thomas says:

    Recipes that would be good for the whole family (including a 2 year old) would be great.

  230. MichelleD says:

    BBQ recipes!

  231. Utterly dreamy, your photos, the fresh, tasty ingredients, gorgeous! Thanks for linking up to #tastytuesdays

  232. Congratulations on being a finalist! I have only just come across your blog but I will be following 🙂 Thanks for sharing this delicious looking recipe. I’m a big fan of vegetarian lasagne. The one that I normally make takes over an hour to prepare so I’ll definitely have to try this one. K x #tastytuesdays

    • This one is incredibly tasty for a recipe that comes together pretty quickly. I love it and usually end up eating two or three portions…

  233. I have not had lasagne for ages and this looks really tasty. Would love to see more vegetarian recipes as I always struggle to think of them

  234. This is a great recipe! Try to eat as little meat as possible #tastytuesday

  235. Fennel and potato pie. Love fennel.

  236. Sarah Baines says:

    I would love to see a Ratatouille recipe – mine always come out a bit bland or sloppy!!

    • I have a really nice recipe (if I might say so myself!). I’ll have to post it soon. The taste all depends on the vegetables, really. They have so much more flavour in the South of France (sigh!).

  237. tracy sinclair says:

    Lots more Chicken recipes, healthy and low in calories x

  238. faye huntington says:

    preferably something with salted caramel in ! 🙂 faye.

  239. #tastytuesday
    My husband maintains that there is no such thing as vegetarian lasagne. If there’s no meat in it, it is not lasagne as far as he is concerned. I’d be happy to give this one a try though 🙂

  240. Margaret Clarkson says:

    Any recipes using garden fruits would be great. And what do we do with quince? Thank you.

  241. Allan Wilson says:

    I would like to see a vegetarian version of cassoulet

  242. gemma clark says:

    Salads or sides for bbqs!

  243. How about fool proof Macarons?

    • Oh that’s a brilliant idea! My recipe definitely works every time. I should type it at some point. Great suggestion!

  244. Key Lime Pie

  245. Emma Gallagher says:

    Asparagus Risotto – I would love to have a go at making it when Asparagus is in season!

  246. Ursula Hunt says:

    I would like to see Gluten free recipes that are suitable for all the family to enjoy

  247. Eleanor M says:

    Paella! 🙂

  248. charlotte qualter says:

    I adore chorizo but i only now a couple of recipes to use it in which is chilli con carne and chicken and chorizo pasta so some more recipes with chorizo would be awesome x.

  249. Something with lobster as I am stumped what else I can do with it. I can get loads but I don’t want to waste any. Am sick of thermidor and want something without cheese, fries, pasta or potatoes, please.

    • Oh that’s a challenge! I’ve never cooked lobster, because I don’t think I could buy it alive and then kill it…

  250. Your jafrezi curry please

  251. Jill fairbank says:

    Mushroom risotto

  252. Rich Tyler says:

    5 Bean Chilli 🙂

  253. Frances Heaton says:

    Although I’m not vegetarian I like to make some meals throughout the week without using meat. Would love to see recipes which are healthy and nutritious, without using meat.

  254. Katherine chute says:

    I’d love to see more vegetarian recipes like this one, quick and tasty that easily makes leftovers for another day, like veggie moussaka!

  255. Chris Price says:

    Entered, Liked and Shared for this AMAZING Competition, Thanks a lot– Great Recipes all of time aswell– chrispdj

  256. Rhian Cox says:

    I’d love to see something a bit different with a butternut squash

  257. Charlotte Hood says:

    A recipe with bulgar wheat please! I have some in the cupboard but have no plans for it!

  258. chocolate truffles

  259. Isabell Whitenstall says:

    I would like to see Gluten Free recipes as my husband is coeliac

    • I have quite a few on here. Just type ‘free from’ in the search bar. I have quite a few delicious cakes, chicken, soup, chorizo pasta (provided you use ‘free from’ pasta, ice cream, truffles and many more.

  260. Sarah Wood says:

    Gluten Free is perfect for me. Wish there were more gluten free recipes out there.

    • There are quite a few gluten-free recipes on the blog, and when other recipes on the blog can be adapted, I always mention an alternative (my third is allergic to wheat).

  261. Samantha Atherton says:

    I’d like to see a cous cous recipe, I never have any idea what to do with it.

  262. Veronica Lopez-Smith says:

    I would like to see a salad with chicken that kids would also love (trying to make them eat more veggies in summer!!)

  263. Solange says:

    I’d love to see some soup recipes

  264. Chrissie Curtis says:

    A nice veggie pie / pasty!

  265. EJ Dunn says:

    Fruit pies!

  266. Lisa Everaert says:

    Vegetarian dishes, im not vegetarian myself but have many friends that are so knowing what dishes wouldnt be so bland would be fantastic!

  267. Jeremy Hards says:

    Any recipes that are quick and easy to make as I often don’t feel like preparing a meal when I get home from work. Salad is quick and easy but gets boring after a while.

  268. Lauren Old says:

    Gluten-free lasagne

  269. Jade H says:

    Some more vegetarian recipes

  270. Linda B says:

    Healthy, inexpensive, easy to make recipes – something for picnics would be good for the summer months…

  271. Eleanor Wigmore says:

    Maybe some nice salads for this hot weather.

  272. Sue Dorking says:

    Some new ideas for lunch boxes, am stuck in a rut!

  273. dorothyjk says:

    Really tasty recipe- thank you!

  274. Unusual ideas for flavoured popcorn

  275. Krzysia says:

    More courgette recipes please as, during the Summer, I grow so many of them and am always struggling for new ideas.

  276. Nancy Bradford says:

    A veggie version of green chilli enchiladas

  277. kim styles says:

    I would love more packed lunch, picnic ideas

  278. emmav6 says:

    non churn ice-creams 🙂

    • I have 4 recipes on the blog. Just type ‘ice cream’ in the search bar and be prepared to make ice cream in 5 minutes!

  279. Helen A says:

    What about some fish receipt please

  280. some quiche receipes

  281. veggie lasagna

  282. Kat Allinson says:

    A tasty cous cous recipe as I’ve not found one I like yet apart from ready made in the supermarkets

  283. An easy Moussaka

  284. C Kennedy says:

    Something along the lines of a creamy pasta dish, maybe a carbonara 🙂

  285. katie w says:

    gluten free please

    • My little one is allergic to wheat so there are quite a few gluten-free recipes on the blog. Have you check the ‘free from’ tab under ‘recipes’?

  286. Kay Broomfield says:

    A nice vegetarian canneloni which isn’t the usual spinach and ricotta!

  287. Kirsten Barthy says:

    I tried a risotto, breaded and fried lovely little treat in Rome called “Suppli”. I’d love to know how to make them

  288. Sam Goodwin says:

    Perhaps a casserole, or a pasta bake!

  289. Mel O'drama says:

    strogonoff 🙂

  290. Helen G says:

    Sauces for pasta and rice dishes as mine always seem to be the boring tomato’ish ones

  291. angiehoggett says:

    some nice veggie BBQ recipes

  292. Jane Middleton says:

    vegetarian and low sugar recipes

  293. Deborah Bird says:

    That lasagne looks absolutely amazing, I’m defo going to try that!
    As for a recipe I would like a chocolate fudge cake one x

  294. Samantha Rummens says:

    a nice and easy spaghetti carbonara

  295. I would like to see lower calorie or healthier versions of favourites.

  296. some 10 minute dishes that are super quick and easy to make for when your in a rush

  297. Sarah Parker says:

    summer salads 🙂

  298. Wendy Guy says:

    I would love to see a variety of picnic dishes. Perfect for the long hot lazy days of summer.

  299. Annmarie Jefferies says:

    I’d love to see some easy and quick healthy recipes I’m a really fussy eater too

  300. Victoria Prince says:

    Some summer salads would be lovely 🙂 Especially ones without loads of dressings (or dressing free, or where you can leave the dressing off without completely ruining the concept!)

  301. Sarah Lewis says:

    Summer dishes with pasta and salads would be great x

  302. Rebecca Powell says:

    Easy to make ice-cream

    • Just type ‘ice cream’ in the search bar. There are 4 recipes for ice cream: delicious and ready in 5 minutes if you have a blender.

  303. Claire Ward says:

    A vegetarian dish that is light on vegetables my brothers girlfriend is a vegetarian but only likes the stable vegetables like peas carrots broccoli so I struggle with what to cook for her

  304. Michelle Wild says:

    A summer quiche.

  305. Lorna Cox says:

    Quick and easy veggy meals please,(but no aubergines!!!!)

  306. Kayleigh says:

    Some interesting summer salads

  307. I would love to see some Quinoa recipes.

  308. michelle pierce says:

    some light low fat snacks

  309. A salmon quiche recipe

  310. Susan Trubey says:

    Quiche and salads

  311. Pauline Dring says:

    Egg-free vegetarian recipes.

  312. Eleanor Powell says:

    Some gluten free options

  313. helen booth says:

    Maybe some one pot slow cooker recipies?!

  314. elaine stokes says:

    I would love some low fat dessert recipes

  315. Would love to see a mousaka x

  316. Keshia Esgate says:

    Gypsy tart

  317. I would love some vegetarian dishes that the kids would enjoy

  318. Barry Rowlings says:

    Looks good

  319. Pam Francis Gregory says:

    Different types of curry

  320. Claire Davies says:

    A recipe using 5 random contents from your fridge!

  321. jenette ogborn says:

    I would to see some low calorie recipe’s

  322. Paula Phillips says:

    I like something with lamb and potatoes.

  323. Jamie Millard says:

    summer’s here – let’s get lots of pizza recipes.

  324. Martina Alban says:

    some light summer evening dishes

  325. The recipe looks wonderful

  326. Clare Hubbard says:

    Fish dishes

  327. maggie riordan says:

    more Quorn recipes

  328. Denise Walker says:

    i would love to see a Cassoulet – yummy

  329. chirag P says:

    vegetarian fast food like burgers, hot dogs, burritos

  330. Rachael Medley says:

    Something with chocolate?

  331. Mel I would love to see some variety on summer salads that are quick and easy for us busy mums 🙂

  332. Leesa Dunn says:

    I’d love some really good ice cream recipes

  333. Nicola Holland says:

    Vegetable curry that isn’t hot!

  334. Jessica Hutton says:

    A risotto would be lovely

  335. Malika Salman says:

    Would love to know how to make the Indian Paneer Biryani 🙂

  336. Ellie P says:

    I would love to see some quiche recipes that are healthier than the average quiche!

  337. simon hardy says:

    Sloppy Joe’s

  338. victoria thurgood says:

    some lunch ideas for kids

  339. Sarah Heath says:

    A recipe using tuna steaks, as I would love to do something more exciting with them.

  340. helen newton says:

    I would love to see a Scrummy Paella ♥♥

  341. Kirsty Woods says:

    I grow loads of veg on my allotment so a very veggie recipe would be fab

  342. I would like an all in one, hot chicken tray bake meal so that I can take it to a sick friend who is just out of hospital and unable to cook for herself.

  343. Deborah Hambleton says:

    I love Feta Cheese but don’t really know how to cook with it – so perhaps a Feta and vegetable tart would be nice 🙂

  344. Lynne O'Connor says:

    Anything with courgette. I tend to stick to just a couple of staple recipes

  345. Tina L-D says:

    Some light summery vegetable dishes =D

  346. Jacqueline Roberts says:

    One pot cooking

  347. jessica newman says:

    some spanish recipes would be great

  348. Mushroom risotto

  349. Minnie15 says:

    Potato Dauphinoise

  350. Jeremy Andrews says:

    I want to see more vegetarian lunch ideas for office workers which can be made the day before.

  351. Dee Sherwood Wallace says:

    Some more Vegan recipes, your lasagne sounds lovely and it would be great to see a vegan version, or Vegan cheesecake.

  352. alice lightning says:

    some free from would be nice

  353. Chris Fletcher says:

    This recipe is great – just in time for the glut of courgettes I’m likely to have! Any more courgette recipes would be much appreciated!

  354. Monika S says:

    Vegetable samosas

  355. Alexandra McGahey says:

    Love this recipe! As a vegetarian I really struggle finding new and exciting recipes so I’d love to see even more.

  356. I have just been to Mexico and would love to see more Mexican recipes please

  357. Angela Williams says:

    stuffed mushrooms

  358. More pasta recipes. I love pasta.

  359. Andrea Johnson says:

    Sugar free coconut oil flapjack. I’m told it exists!

  360. Laura Vitty says:

    Anything using Sardinian fregola pasta

  361. kerry lethbridge says:

    I’d love you to share my rich and spicy 5 bean chocolate and bourbon chilli

    • That sounds amazing! I was thinking of getting readers involved a bit more actually! Send me an email my lovely and I’ll give you all the details!

  362. I’d love to see a seafood recipe

    Kelly Ellen Hirst

  363. Vicky Osborne says:

    Anything with spinach please

  364. Judith Luscombe says:

    Im always interested in low fat recipes that use spices garlic etc, eg curries, chillies

  365. Nicola atkins says:

    I would love to see a vegetarian burger ready for BBQ season

  366. Cheese n potato pie! X

  367. Alisa Moore says:

    Quiche recipes

    • There’s a vegetarian quiche recipe on the blog. I was also thinking of posting my easy quiche Lorraine recipe at some point, too.

  368. Some low calorie soup

    • I have a couple of really nice soup recipes on the blog already. Just type ‘soup’ in the search bar. The carrot and parsnip one is our favourite!

  369. michael carter says:

    beetroot recipes please

  370. I now want lasagne at 6.20am 🙂 it looks so nice, I have never really put aubergine in lasagne before!

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