Italian Lasagna with Pane Carasau and Cheese, an Original Main Course Idea
Are you looking for an original Italian main course recipe? If you are thinking to a menu for a special occasion or simply want to make an original recipe, you can try this particular version of a typical Italian main course: Lasagna with pane Carasau.
Lasagna, in fact, is a traditional Italian recipe very diffused throughout the whole country but with a special feature in each region. This is a vegetarian lasagna recipe made using a typical Sardinian flatbread called Pane Carasau. It consists of crispy and thin bread sheets perfect to make the lasagna’s layers and to give a particular flavor to your main course.
Lasagna is a delicious main course idea for every occasion, especially for your Sunday menu! Well, let’s see how to make this easy lasagna recipe, a creative vegetarian main dish.
- Hash onion, mozzarella and olives in pieces of medium size and put them aside.
- Clean the mushrooms with a brush and cut them into thin slices.
- Pan-fry a sliced onion. Ad the mushrooms, then the peas, the slices of aubergines, the olives and two ladles of water.
- Add salt and when the water has dried, fade with white wine.
- Meanwhile make the bechamel sauce.
- Add 3/4 of the bechamel sauce to the mushroom sautè.
- Grease a baking pan and cover the bottom with a sheet of pane carasau. Season with oil and salt.
- Cover the bread with the mushrooms, add the olives, the cubes of mozzarella and sone flakes of Stracchino.
- Alternate the layers until reaching the baking pan's edge.
- Add a drizzle of oil and sprinkle with Parmigiano Reggiano.
- Pour the remaining bechamel sauce on the lasagna.
- Cook in oven at 356° C for about 25 minutes.