Try Aido’s in Annascaul for lunch

Lasagne for Lunch

If you are looking for lunch in Annascaul then try Aido’s Annascaul Cafe and Pottery. There are so many lasagne recipes out there. We like the Jamie Oliver and the Happy Pear vegetarian ones. They are easy and not too fussy to make.  Aido’s serves a really good lasagne which is truly delicious. Lasagne is a great way to feed a lot of people!  Our ragu is really good and we make this with beef, pork and lots of vegetables. Our cheese sauce has a smokey texture to it. We also add the traditional nutmeg that we add. Aido’s is it if you wish to explore one of the best restaurants with outdoor seating in Annascaul .

The Vegetarian Lasagne Ingredients

The vegetarian lasagne is made with the following ingredients

1  medium onion
1 piece of garlic
2 tablespoons oil
3 x 400g tins of chopped tomato.

2 teaspoons of thyme leaves
1 bay leaves

salt 1 teaspoon

½ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
8 sun-dried tomatoes

The béchamel cheesy sauce

750 ml milk
110g butter or 90ml sunflower
85g plain white
55-65g Cheddar cheese  depending on your preference

1  teaspoon salt,  depending on your preference
½ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
1  teaspoon grated nutmeg

If you don’t eat meat then this lasagne is ideal as it has so many vegetables looks terrific. In fact, veg lasagne is almost nicer than regular. Furthermore it is the perfect meal for those that wish to eat healthily. Lasagna is the ultimate comfort food and an  Italian favorite

The above is The Happy Pear veggie lasagne at Cafe Annascaul.  The same recipe can be seen here It is so easy and sooo tasty. Firstly dont forget the sun-dried tomatoes and the thyme when doing this one. Secondly, come in and try some when you are passing. We have so many veggie options. The Winter menu can be seen here

This is a come and collect service.  Call us on 086 8035464 to order

Price is 10 Euro

Did you know

  1. Did you know that each ounce of meat or mozzarella cheese adds 7.4 grams and 6.9 grams of protein to your meal.
  2. Lasagne originates in  Ancient Greece the word Lasagna, or “Lasagne”  comes from the Greek word ‘Laganon’ which is the first type of pasta. … Researchers in the UK  wrote about a cookbook that had a lasagna recipe from the 1390s. They claim they invented the first lasagna.
Annascaul Cafe and Pottery
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