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Lamb and Spinach Lasagne – SFF

2 x 400g packs of lamb mince
2 bags of baby leaf spinach
2 tins chopped tomatoes
3 peppers
2 onions
lasagne pasta sheets
some grated cheddar
cheese sauce packet
a few chives
squidge of tomato puree

Chop and gently fry the peppers and onions. Remove from the pan, (a VERY big pan), and then brown the mince. Replace the peppers and onions and a bag of the spinache, both tins of tomatoes and the squidge of puree. I usually add a bit of cayenne pepper or chilli powder too at this point.
Let it all simmer and make up your cheese sauce and grate the cheddar.

Grease a huge lasagne type baking thing (I have a big oval glass one that lets me see my layers).
Place pasta sheets followed by mince mixture then the raw spinach. Follow for two or three layers.
Pour the cheese sauce on top followed by the grated cheddar, a few spinach leaves for decoration and some chives.

Place in the oven for a few hours on about 180. (or when it looks done, just test with a fork).

I always make one this big so that I can freeze portions for dd2 as it’s her favourite.

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5 Responses to “Lamb and Spinach Lasagne – SFF”

  1. leah says:

    what does sff stand for?

  2. Emma says:

    What does dd2 mean? I’ve seen things like this on other websites but no idea what they mean! :-/

    • Aitch says:

      It’s now pretty standard internet lingo, Dear Daughter is DD. Dear Husband or Partner is DH or DP, that kind of thing. The 2 is because she is the second daughter. No one really thinks of it in terms of ‘dear’ any more, though.

  3. Yvonne says:

    Do you use oil while frying? Would such oil and cheese content be unhealthy for infant below 1 year old?

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