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ZippylipZippylip Posts: 4,283
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
While walking around Waldorf stuffing myself with meat, I really wanted some veggies, so this is what came to mind on Saturday. Today, I had a chance to actually make it. Essentially it’s a vertical cylindrical veggie lasagna with caramelized onion & smoked sausage gravy (had to put some meat in it :laugh: ). The vision also required fabrication of a one-off giant sheet of pasta:

Couple sweet potatoes:

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Mash’m after baking:

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Grill some squash & zucchini:

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Garlic fry some spinach & hot pepper flakes:

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Roll out some fresh pasta sheets:

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Fuse & roll together:

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Cut to size to fit into a sheet pan:

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Fill the pan with water & put over two burners:

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Carefully put the giant sheet in:

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Drain, cease the cooking with cold water, dry, & place on a well oiled sheet of heavy duty foil:

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Spread on the mashed sweet potatoes:

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Add the other veggies:

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Drain some whole milk ricotta (this began draining 48 hours ago):

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Roll it up:

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Pop in the oven at 400 for about 45 minutes while you are making the gravy, which begins with caramelizing a giant onion:

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Smoke some Italian sausage:

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Remove the onions, make a quick roux:

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Add the onions & sausage:

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Remove the stack from the oven:

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Cut it, & drizzle with the gravy:

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It was a lot of play, and it was a lot of tasty too :cheer:
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