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Vegetarian gratin
Vegetarian gratin
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This is something between a lasagna and a classic potato gratin. It's easy and quick to prepare, and you have both potato, vegetables and soya mince in the gratin, so you don't need to prepare a side dish. It is possible to change the soya mice to normal minced beef.... but it will not be a vegetarian gratin anymore...

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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1 Zucchini
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3 Carrots
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5 Potatoes
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150 gr Soya mince
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1 Leek
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300 ml Tomato sauce
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1 teaspoon Salt
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1 tablespoon Oregano
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3 Eggs
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150 gr Feta cheese
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300 ml Natural yogurt
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2 tablespoons Olive oil
Oven temperature:
200 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Start the oven at 200 degrees Celsius.
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Cut the leek in small pieces.
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Peel and grate the carrots, the Zucchini, and the potatoes and fry it together with the leek and soya mince until the vegetables becomes soft.
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Add the tomato sauce and the spices in the frying pan and let it all get warm, and pour it all in an oven form.
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Stir the natural yogurt together with the eggs and pour it over the gratin.
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Cut the feta cheese in small pieces and sprinkle it evenly over the yogurt.
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Place the gratin in the middle of the oven for 30 minutes.
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