Late summer white lasagna

I started out thinking that I would make an easy pasta dinner. But then I realized that I had a jar of sungold tomato sauce, made the week before, that I needed to use. And some cherry tomatoes that needed roasted, and a big handful of collard greens, and a log of goat cheese and a hung of pecorino. AND half a box of lasagna noodles that wanted banishing from my cupboard.

And so I made this late-summer white lasagna. The filling is a mixtures of an easy rice milk bachemel combined with 6 oz. of goat cheese. Sun gold tomatoes lie between the layers, along with a fried collards, garlic, onion and baby portabello mushrooms. Another two onces of goat cheese dot the top, some sliced sundried tomatoes to give a little kick to the mellow sweetness of the dish, fresh basil leaves and a healthy sprinkle of pecorino. And there you go. Not fast, but certainly delicious.

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Erin Gautsche cooking in and eating out, traveling and learning; curious and vegetarian.

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