Growing up, I always knew I liked marrow but it wasn’t until I tried some of my mother in laws amazing marrow lasagne a few months ago that I started cooking it at home.
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I think I have been a bit intimidated by unfamiliar foods. Things that I would always order at a restaurant, like any kind of fish, lamb and fancy veggies but wouldn’t know quite how to cook at home. I guess marrow was one of those things.
This dish is so easy and delicious though, perfect for using up leftover bolognese or you can just whip up a batch of Clean Eating Organic Beef & Mushroom Bolognese, use half of it for this recipe (like I did) and then save the other half for another day.
If you are on a low carb or paleo diet, this is the perfect kind of meal to add to your weekly menu. This lasagne can be enjoyed as a light dinner served with a side salad, or can be bulked out by serving with some corn cobs and homemade clean bread. (obviously not paleo or low carb, but very yummy!).
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Clean Eating Marrow Lasagne
- Yield: 4 Servings
This lasagne can be enjoyed as a light meal served with a side salad, or can be bulked out with some corn cobs and homemade clean bread.
- 1 Marrow
- 2 large portions Leftover Bolognese I used half of the organic beef and mushroom bolognese recipe above
- 50 grams Cheese of choice I used organic medium cheddar
- 1 Tablespoon Fresh Herbs to garnish, optional
- Preheat the oven to 180*C and heat up your bolognese mixture if using from cold.
- Cut the marrow in half lengthways and scoop out the seeds with a spoon.
- Place the marrow 'boats' into a deep baking tray and spoon in the hot bolognese mixture.
- Top with cheese and cover the tray with foil.
- Place the tray into the oven for 20 minutes.
- After 20 minutes, remove the foil from the tray and turn the heat up to 220*C.
- Cook for a further 5 minutes until the cheese is golden and bubbling.
- Once cooked, remove from the oven, scatter with freshly chopped herbs and serve.