oil in a oven form. add a thin layer with sauce bolognese.add a thin layer with cheese sauce on top of the bolognese.add pasta plates. then make the same until you have three layer of pasta plates. Add on top the last of the sauce bolognese.Cover it with grated cheese.
Let it cook in the oven for 30 minutes at 180°C
Let it cool down for 5 minutes. Serve with a salad and a good red wine.
Saltwill normally not be needed if correct bouillon mix is done
Slice the tomatoes and chop the onion. grate the parmasan cheese. Mix together the bouillon.Measure up the white wine in a cup. measure up the correct amount of rice
Heat up some olive oil in a pot and add the onion. after a few minutes lower the temperature and add the rice and fry it together for a few minutes.
Add in the white wine and let it simmer on low temperature for 3 - 4 minutes.
Add in little amount of the bouillon and let it simmer. Now it's the time to add the sliced tomatoes (or the tomato pure). Every time the when you see that the mix start to thicken add a little more bouillon. Just let it simmer slowly at a low temperature and steer now and then so you don't burn it.
When all the bouillon is used up or the rice is soft (it will take about 35 - 45 minutes), add the grated parmasan cheese and steer / mix it together
Wonderful dish where a salad and a glas of good red wine fits perfect.
Chop the aubergine and the garlic. wash the tomatoesHeat up the oven to 160°C
Add everything in an ovenproof dish add olive oil, salt and stir it to mix everything(If you have old olive oil from pickled dried tomatoes or similar that will be just fine. In this way you can use it and get rid of it at the same time).
Insert in the oven for 50 minuter, take it out and stir it every 15 minutes.When you ca 20 minutes left start the pasta water and cook the pasta
Add two tbsp of pasta water in the oven baked salsa and stir it.Drain the pasta from water and mix it in to the salsa.Simple and little work to create a fantastic dinner or lunch.
Serve this tasty salsa to your own choice of pasta, don’t forget the grated parmesan cheese and some bred – and a nice glass of red wine of course!