This is the first of a few summery veggie based dishes. As with everyone, trying to rebalance your meat/veg ratio can be a bit of a struggle. Meat is convenient, filling, tasty and often cheap - which veggies can be perceived as being the opposite of. So I am looking for veggie recipes that are quick and delicious but also with a tall teenage boy in the house, nutritious and filling. There probably needs to be some carbs involved!
Summer is always a good time to do this because veg are varied, plentiful, flavourful and cheap. I saw this recipe when I was mooching round Tesco and it appealed to me so I went home and made it. It was good - summery and light but also satisfying. It also had a "feature" in that it used torn-up lasagne sheets as the pasta, which was unusual and appealing to the eye. The recipe called for fresh egg lasagne, but I only had dried - so I cooked that in boiling water beforehand. I broke it up before cooking to give randomness to the past a shapes.