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With all I have to do, can I assemble this and freeze it? Currently 91 degrees outside and I’m soaking my cashews, getting ready to make this tonight… I’ve been wanting to make a “cheese” sauce using cashews and I’m glad I picked this recipe to try!
However a tip if I may…is proir to use…layer them on a cookie sheet…pour boiling water over top…let them soak for 15 to 20 min.(or until desired consistency..moving them around so they dont stick to pan. I’ve been drooling every time the word “cashew” is mentioned – you better believe I’ll be making this next week. I haven’t made lasagna in so long but my mum used to make it all the time – she’s definitely not a cook by any stretch of the imagination (and she will openly admit to that! I forgot how much I loved it when I first started reading it a while ago! I was actually planning on making lasagna tonight, and you mentioning pumpkin and squash has by head in a frenzy! Reply I can’t believe you’ve never made lasagna until now! (actually, I made lots of different lasagnas for the restaurant as clean out the leftovers.. I also like using faux cheeses to make vegan lasagna really creamy and delicious. Reply Lasagna and baked ziti are two things that I grew up loving! :) I might add some TVP to the mix, but otherwise it looks AMAZING! I actually made a table top and I will be showing a tutorial on the blog soon (it’s actually only in the initial stages right now), so I hope it works out. Which is why I should give the basil cashew cheeze a go! Although, I’m still secretly in my head going by the hour difference…as in “well, it WOULD still be noon if we didn’t change the clock back, so eating chocolate is ok.” : D Reply Im sure its lovely and it looks delicious but Ang why are you still rinsing your pasta in water when your done cooking it?????I have made a number of your recipes (all dessert ones ;) and the coconut chai! I’ve made one with my mother and it was a long time ago, so it would be a first on my own ;). I wonder if I could use that amazing pumpkin cheeze sauce instead of the cashew cheeze? You get a beautiful, tall-standing slice of lasagna when you cut it then, as the noodles aren’t as soft. I made your butternut squash macaroni and cheese (the cashew one) and oh my gosh, yum. I did not season the veggies and it was still great.Even before I added the squash to the base sauce, it was perfect. Doesn’t even need Daiya cheese- but I put it on half for my family. Next time I am going to use it to make eggplant rollatini. Reply I was so excited when I saw your post, because I just made lasagna on Sunday!After almost a year of faithfully following Oh She Glows, I have been inspired everyday by your stories, your journey, and most importantly your AMAZING receipes. I’ve been looking for ways to still make a lasagna but not have it dripping in the usual ricotta or cottage cheese sauces. Love the step by step photography…the photography in general…mine needs help! I just had the last of the black bean and butternut burritos, have the mushroom millet soup on tap for later this week (when it gets all cold and soggy in my neck of the woods) and now I’m trying my best to figure out how to get this one in.Thank you for all of the beautifully written and photographed posts and for keeping my kitchen adventures fun and delicious. The idea for cashew cream sounds absolutely delectable. I just a made a big batch of seitan last night and I have a feeling this would go really well stuffed inside this lasagna. I wonder if I could use edamame instead of the cashews as my boys have nut allergies? The wonderful sadness of wishing I could fit in a few extra meals in a week.