Beef Lasagne is also known as a very classical Italian dish - already in families over the centuries. I used to make this lovely beef lasagne for our Wellington Wine walk groups. As we used to be a historic farm, we have chosen some classic dishes for our groups. And also we couldnt (even by accident) use somewhat the same item on the evening's menu than what they might have had the previous evening at the previous sleeping destination. So we were saved with the beef lasagne!
What is nice about this beef lasagne is that the recipe also contains some bacon - which add a delicious flavour to it.
Also, you can use once again fresh lasagne sheets - it really doesn't take that much time longer- you can even ask the kids to roll it out for you.
If you grow your own herb garden, add some fresh oregano and basil (any kind) - but I absolutely looooove dark opal basil! To it. It will make the world of difference to the dish. And let it slowly cook. If you are in the position to start it early morning, and eat it later the evening, even better!
For the cheese sauce - if you want to be fancy, try also mozzarella cheese, but for me, plain cheddar cheese works just as well.
This is really a lovely dish to serve a whole family since you can stretch the beef mince so well in here.
This fantastic winter beef lasagne is a must-try!
Serves: 4-6 Prep time: 60 Minutes Cook time: 45 Minutes Ready in: 105 Minutes
Nutrition: Calories 408 Carbs: 3g Protein: 23g Fat: 20g