"No name" dish of the day

I am not sure what happened, it has got to do with these balls in the air, I do not seem to have been able to keep my eyes on them all. But it is all over, for I have got a new calendar which chimes to tell me when to do what, you will see...what you will see or rather watch this space on Wednesdays and........another day.
Just before Xmas, I went to a restaurant in Avignon where this "No name" dish came as a surprise. Is it a lasagna, is it a ravioli, what ever it was, it was delicious.
Un-lady like, I started by taking a picture of it, then dissecting it, I tried to do so surreptitiously but I am certain that the other guest at the table noticed. It was for a good cause, try to work the recipe out and here it goes.
No name dish
  • dices courgettes, oinons, tomatoes, pumpkin or another roasting vegetable
  • put all these in a bowl and drizlle oil over, salt paper, and mixed herbs
  • put in an medium heat oven for 15 minutes
  • Prepare 1 sheets of lasagna according to the instructions on the packet
  • place one sheet on a baking tray, scoop all the veggies on it, sprinkle with lots of goat cheese
  • bake for a further 5 minutes
  • prepare the other sheet of lasagna
  • get the dish out of oven, sl;ide on a serving dish, cover with the over sheet
  • Et voila, simple and absolutly delicious

When at home it really is a dinner for two.

2 comments:

Julie said...

Even without the name it still looks very beautiful and delicious.

Solange said...

Thank you Julie.
A food-blogger is the last person to take to a restaurant, but sometimes it works. No name dish did simple and tasty

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