My next year resolution is that I won´t waste as much food as I did this year! I will use more food from the pantry and plan our meals for the week before doing groceries.
Tonight I kinda started with it, we had 3 leftover beets and half a can of evaporated milk in the fridge, also ground beef and found a few lasagna noodles. Also we had cheese and onions. So I decided to make beet lasagna.
Maiu Beet Lasagna
500 g ground beef
6 lasagna noodles (I made a small patch, 2 layers)
0,5 can evaporated milk
500 ml milk
2 tblsp flour
200 g cheese
Boil beets and grade them, add salt, pepper or whatever spices you like. I had leftovers from the beet salad so I didn’t have to boil them which saved me a few hours.
Fry up onions with ground beef, season.
Mix together evaporated milk, 2% milk (or whatever you prefer) and flour. When ground beef is ready add milk mixture to it and simmer on medium for about 7 minutes (just like making a sauce). If you think it came too thick, add more milk. You can also do half milk/half water. I also fried up few potatoes for back-up, in case the lasagna didn’t turn out delishh 🙂 But we didn’t need them!
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