Recipe Directions

Part 1: Lasagna Sauce

Ingredients

• 1 tomato

• 6-7 soaked sundried tomatoes (1 hr)

• 3 cloves of garlic

• 3 tbsp parsley, chopped

• 3 tbsp basil leaves, chopped

• 2 tbsp italian herb seasoning

• 1 tsp salt

• 1 tsp black pepper

• 2 dates, pit removed

• 1 tbsp olive oil

• 2 Nut burgers, crumbled (optional)

Blend all ingredients until smooth except the crumbled nut burgers. Once all blended place in a bowl and mix in the nut burgers. Note: There is not much liquid in this so stir the ingredients occasionally to mix it well in the blender. If you want it chunky sauce, mix less.

Part 2: Mushroom Filling

Ingredients

• 4-5 big Shitake Mushrooms, chopped

• 1 tbsp olive oil

• 1 tsp salt

• 1 tsp paprika

• 1 tsp italian herb seasoning

• 1 tbsp nama shoyu

• 1 tsp white pepper

• 1 tsp black pepper

• 1 tsp onion powder

Blend all the ingredients and massage the mushroom until ingredients cover all the white parts of the mushroom. Dehydrate for 30 mins.

Part 3: Assembly

Ingredients

• 4 medium sized zucchini, thinly sliced vertically in a mandoline

• Nut cheese, you can use any!

Place the zucchini slices in the dehydrator for about 15 minutes. Place 5 zucchini slices in a row, one overlapping a quarter of the other zucchini. This will keep the lasagna tight.

Spread the nut cheese on top of the zucchini layer.

Place 5 zucchini slices in a row, one overlapping a quarter of the other zucchini. Spread the Mushroom Filling.

Place 5 zucchini slices in a row, one overlapping a quarter of the other zucchini. Spread the lasagna sauce.

Place 5 zucchini slices in a row, one overlapping a quarter of the other zucchini. Repeat until desired height! Enjoy!

Cheflandria's Thoughts

By Cheflandria

http://www.cheflandria.com

This recipe is out of this world! Just the way I want my lasagna to be.

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Anne! thanks for that feedback! I am an herb hog! ha ha!

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I tried this last night. Very pretty and beautifully different flavours in every layer. Colourful too! I used cashew cheese. Though it took a while to make, and overall it was a little too spicy (with all the parsley, italian herbs, basil) for me.

But it was cool to actually be making lasagna again!

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Looking forward to trying this recipe. Thank you. Was also wondering if you could publish the nut burger and almond cracker recipes?

Thanks.

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looking forward to your ebook. Thanks for your encouraging words too!!

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ebook coming out soon! stay tuned...thanks for your support!

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Thank you in advance. You are the best. I would DEFINITELY buy a cookbook from you. A PDF e-book with your recipes and photos. Definitely.

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I will post it and the cheeses soon!!! thanks for your patience! :-)

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This looks just wonderful - like all your recipes. Do you have a recipe for nut burgers? The ones on your website/Flikr look great but I couldn't find the recipe. Thanks!

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