Ingredients:
Lasagna Sheets / Rice flour pancakes – 4 sheets
Chopped Capsicum – ½ cup
Chopped Onions – ½ Cup
Chopped Tomatoes – ½ cup
Shredded Cabbage/Spinach – ½ Cup
Tomato Sauce/puree – 1 tsp
Spices – Salt and Black pepper

For béchamel sauce:

Milk – 1 cup
Cheese – 15-20 gms
Refined Flour (Maida) – 20-25 gms
Butter – 1 tsp
Bay leaf- 1 pcs



Method:
  1. Béchamel sauce – Take a pan, add milk and bay leaf. Boil for 2-3 minutes. Switch off the flame and cover the pan to enable the bay leaf to infuse in milk. Keep it aside for 20- 25 min. Once cool strain the milk. Melt butter in Kadai, add refined flour and cook it for 5 min, pour the milk into it stirring the mixture continuously to avoid getting lumps. Boil the mixture. Add salt and black pepper. 
  2. Take little oil, heat it. Put shredded cabbage/spinach, sauté it for 2 min till tender. Keep the aside. 
  3. Tomato Onion Sauce – Take little oil and sauté onions into it till soft and brownish. Add chopped capsicum and sauté it. Add tomatoes, tomato puree and mix the seasonings/spices into it. 
  4. Layering – Take a baking dish and grease the bottom and edges with oil. Spread the bottom with tomato sauce, top with 1st layer of pancake or Lasange sheet, spread the cabbage layer, again cover it 2nd layer of pancake, spread tomato onion sauce, top it with 3rd layer of pancake, spread Béchamel sauce, top it with grated cheese and some chopped capsicum. 
  5. Bake it in preheated Airfryer for 15 min at 180 degrees. 
  6. Serve hot. 



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10 comments:

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  2. I have read post. I like this food. your video is very nice. I was not aware of this cooking method. I love the food at all difficult to handle temptation.
    happycookerz

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    1. Thank you Sara McConneli, I am glad you like the recipe. Try making it :)

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  3. Thanks for share PHILIPS Airfryer Recipe: Home Made Vegetarian Lasagna.
    This fryer is always ideally simple to use too; it does not need pre-heating like an stove and it has a clock.
    It's also simple to fresh up after use as its sink, stirrer and lid can securely be jumped into the dish washer.

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  4. This is one of those dish where you don't feel like you're missing out on anything because there are so many fab textures and flavours! :D

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    1. I totally agree with you...This dish is my all time fav.

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  5. This looks delicious - as a New Yorker and active volunteer with the Red Cross helping Hurricane Sandy victims, I am so thankful you participated in this event :) the outpouring of love is wonderful!

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  6. One of my Indian friend told me this recipe, but I 've never tried before till this dinner today, when I read your post. All of my roommates like this recipe very much, thank you for spend time to write the great recipe and posting here. Pls keep sharing!

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    1. Thank you so much. Such a comment coming from a MasterChef is truly inspiring. I am glad you and your friends like the recipe. I shall continue to prepare more interesting stuff. Please subscribe to our channel Healthy Kadai at https://www.youtube.com/user/HealthyKadai

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  7. Nice post. I was looking like this. Really it is very useful and informative post. Thanks for sharing. Thanks again! Best Meat Grinder

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