I thought it was time to level up and try a lasagna recipe. It’s been long since I’ve pampered my taste buds with something so tasteful and, because the Internet is full of such recipes, I decided to “cherry-pick” my favourite ingredients from all, to reach my own mix that can taste only divine!
I bought the butternut squash (you might know it as butternut pumpkin or gramma) from the farmers’ market. I usually shop there – not only prices are good, they are healthier, and don’t have that kind of “plastic” look of too-perfect vegetables.
Among the ingredients, I listed canned chickpeas, but I would stay away as much as possible from those, as they use preservatives to get months after months of shelf-life and lots and lots of salt. Why not use chickpeas boiled by you at home? I left the peas in the water to hydrate over night (you should leave them for at least 3 hours in lukewarm water) and then boiled them.
The secret of any recipe is to use ingredients you love, you find in their season and you have around the house. The result was better than I expected, so I’ll make it again for sure although… who knows, next time maybe I’ll try even more new ingredients!