Blog Posts - Béchamel Sauce



Leftovers rule! The mighty Lasagna.

In the last post I talked about cooking and freezing sauces and stocks for later use, easing your “cook load” and managing food waste better. In this one I’d like to tell you about my love affair with leftovers. Yes leftovers –...
by Greedy Foodster on Aug 15, 2014

Cavolfiore al gratin (Gratinéed Cauliflower)

There’s something so comforting about creamy gratins. Who wouldn’t go for that bubbly, cheesy, warming goodness? Gratinéed cauliflower is not exclusively Italian, of course, but I think it is particularly nice made with Italian cheeses l...
by Memorie di Angelina on Feb 2, 2014

OLIVE OIL BÉCHAMEL SAUCE

The béchamel sauce is a versatile white sauce often used in place of tomato sauce. The classic French recipe of béchamel includes butter among its ingredient, but we prefer to replace it with extra virgin olive oil. This olive oil béchamel sauce i...
by www.recipeswitholiveoil on Jan 2, 2014

Moussaka

My lil brother gifted me a few cookbooks recently. Well they aren’t really cookbooks, but two huge files that have hundreds of various delicacies in them. He cut out recipes from numerous sources and sheepishly handed me his prized blue fil...
by Bandra Girl on Sep 25, 2013

Tomato Pasta Bake Recipe

Tomato Pasta Bake Recipe is pasta baked with Béchamel sauce, tomato sauce and with grated cheddar cheese on the top. Cooking Time: Appr. 30 Minutes Serves: 3-4 People Ingredients: 340g pasta 3 handfuls cheddar cheese, freshly grated For the tomato S...
by Your Cookery Book on Feb 15, 2013

Oven Baked Macaroni And Cheese With Pesto

Oven Baked Macaroni And Cheese With Pesto is macaroni pasta cooked with Béchamel sauce, pesto sauce with sundried tomatoes and green olives in it and with grated cheddar cheese. Cooking Method: Appr. 20-25 Minutes Serves: 3-4 People Ingredients: 340...
by Your Cookery Book on Feb 2, 2013

Farfella in Béchamel sauce

I been to many workshops,I luv the way italians speak english in their own accent...I luv when they say "Litherally"  for (Literally) and Wother for (Water) ..I love the cheese in Italian food ,its addictive.Certainly ,Chennai has got lo...
by Priya's Feast on May 5, 2012

Oven-baked Chili

Blogging is chiefly a narcissistic business. The pursue of those 15 minutes of fame that Andy Warhol has prophesied a quarter of a century ago and that internet has made possible. Of course, we’ll argue that we’re blogging solely in order to shar...
by Dieter's Food & Cooking Blog on Mar 28, 2012


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