Seafood, Courgette & Aubergine Lasagne

On 18th February 2016, This was Dinner

I’ve been really good this week. I’m finally back at the gym and drinking a protein shake for lunch. I have a dress I want to fit in on the 19th May when I go to see the Ballet at Cast in Doncaster.

However, I went to the gym yesterday but then came home and changed a sausage polenta ragù recipe into sausage, chips and gravy, just because I couldn’t be fussed to mess around (Oh and did you know it was National Drink Wine Day yesterday? Well it was and I did.)

There would be no reason not to think a seafood lasagne would be good but it was very good. I normally buy a bag of mixed seafood from Aldi but for some reason they didn’t have it at all. There has been an Iceland Food Warehouse near us for about six months but I’ve never ventured in. Mr S did and bought a big pack for a fiver.

Get set…

  • Defrost a bag of mixed seafood
  • Slice some courgettes lengthways and brush with oil
  • Slice a couple of aubergines lengthways and brush with oil
  • Grate some cheddar
  • Finely slice a red chilli
  • Preheat the oven to 180°c (fan)
  • Get fresh pasta sheets, passata & seasoning ready

Throw it together…

Heat a griddle and cook the courgettes and aubergine in batches. Set aside.

Pour some passata into an oven proof dish to cover the bottom. Scatter over half of the seafood and season.

Top with a layer of courgette and aubergine (using a third) and scatter half of the chilli. Pop a layer of pasta.

Repeat with passata, seafood, seasoning, vegetables and pasta.

Add more passata and the final layer of vegetables then scatter over the parmesan.

Dish it up…

We served ours on its own because, as you can see, there was more than enough here for two!

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The original recipe can be found at BBC Good Food.

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