A delicious vegan lasagna. Without sacrificing that savory and cheesy flavor and consistency. This is vegan lasagna at its best! :)
Today, I'm going to share with you my very own lasagna recipe that I've sort of created throughout the years. I don't know all of the exact measurements because I am more of a shake and pour and dump sort of cook more than an exact measurement type. (except when it comes to baking bread. Then I measure out to the ounce. Ha!)
So without further adieu, let me introduce to you Sarah's Homemade Vegan Lasagna:
In a large skillet saute' with olive oil, chopped onions, minced garlic, diced zucchini, chopped mushrooms and chopped fresh spinach as well as a package of Yves Burger Crumble.
In a bowl crumble one tub of silken tofu and one tub of firm tofu. Add in a sprinkle of salt, onion powder, garlic powder, italian seasoning and a splash of lemon juice and stir well to combine.
In another bowl combine Veggie Shreds Mozerella and Veggie Shred Cheddar cheese. I use between 3 and 4 bags combined.
Spray a 9x12 pan with non stick spray and cover the bottom of your pan with your favorite spaghetti sauce. I used Prego Fresh Mushroom and Onion.
I used Creamette Oven Ready lasagna noodles. I love that I don't have to take the time to boil them and deal with slimy slippery noodles. haha! It takes 1 box for a 9x12 lasagna. Though sometimes I will add an extra layer, so I always buy 2 boxes just in case.
Add just enough sauce to cover all the saute'ed vegetables and burger crumbles. You don't want it to be really loose.
Start layering your lasagna!
Start with a layer of lasagna noodles
Spread them over with the meat and veggie sauce
Dollop the tofu "cottage cheese" mix on
Sprinkle on mixed cheese
Layer on the noodles
Repeat layering until pan is filled.
And here it is.... the finished, before baked product.
Bake at 375* for 45 minutes covered and 15 minutes uncovered.
Let cool on counter for a bit before slicing into this sumptious masterpiece for a wonderful slice of yumminess.
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