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 I can't actually decide if the picture does this dinner justice, or makes it look like a mess, but in fact it's a gooey cheesy mess that I am so in love with. You are just going to have to trust me on this one i'm afraid.
Around this house the most popular dish seems to be spaghetti Bolognese. It's so easy to make, tastes delicious and there is always plenty of leftovers for freezing for a rainy day. I felt like mixing it up a bit, so gave this dish a whirl, and it turned out pretty well. So follow along for the BEST spaghetti Bolognese recipe followed by a little twist

You will need (for 2)

250g beef mince
1 onion, chopped
2 large cloves of garlic
100g mushrooms
1 beef oxo cube
1 tbsp lea & perrins
1 tin of chopped tomatoes
1/2 tube of tomato puree
1 glass of red wine
3 tbsp mixed herbs
1 large squirt of tomato ketchup (very technical)
cheddar cheese
lasagna sheets (fresh or packet)

1. Heat a large pan/wok on a high heat, add the mince and brown for about 5 minutes
2. Add your chopped onions, garlic and lea & perrinns into the mince and cook for another 2-3 minutes
3. sprinkle your oxo cube over the mince and mix
4. Add your tin of tomatoes and turn down to a medium heat
5. Add your wine, puree, ketchup, herbs and stir all together together
6. Simmer and stir for another 5 minutes
7. Now add your lasagna sheets so they cover the mixture entirely. This will work better with fresh pasta as it won't take anytime at all, but you can still use sheets from a pack (that's what I did)
8. You will need to cover the pan with a lid (I used a microwave lid) and leave for 10 minutes so the pasta can cook. You will need to check on the mixture so the mince doesn't get stuck to the bottom of the pan. If you are using fresh pasta please follow the packs instructions for cooking times, it's normally only a few minutes
9. Once your pasta is nearly done, lift the lid and add the mozzarella all over the mixture. You can add as much as you like.
10. Cover with the lid again, so the heat can melt the cheese
11. After you feel the mixture looks gooey enough, take it off the heat and give it a stir to mix it all up a bit, and you will be left with a very lazy lasagne
12. For good measure you can sprinkle with cheddar/parmesan or any cheese of your fancy

lazy lasagna yummy


  1. ok. this is just too much. lasagna without the hassle?! sign me up. x

    Miho @ Wander to Wonder

  2. Wow this looks amazing! I'll definitely be trying it soon :)

  3. Oh my god this is so brilliant!!! WHY have I never thought of doing this?! x

  4. WOW! This is really an amazing and attractive post about nice recipe and making procedures. I appreciate your posted wonderful photos. Thanks for sharing such an interesting post.