About your cook, Kylie
My first love of food started very young as my mum worked night shift and dad worked all day, there was never a constant of meals and lunches so I just started cooking myself and my sister. My parents were very old school meat and 3 frozen veg, my worst nightmare now! I've always love spices, curries, stews, casseroles… lots of savoury yummy tasty food.
My favourite books are cooking books I have them everywhere in every room! Herbs & spices are the key to most dishes in my repertoire, I’ve always been a cook who cooks by taste and testing. I feel you can never have to many vegetables, I love Anthony Bourdain as a cook and traveller, world food makes me so happy.
I have worked in cafes and take away shops since I was 12, from then I was a carer for 10 years, catering for the elderly and making sure they are getting healthy hearty meals everyday which was so important to me. Moving then into being a childcare cook for 3 years in between having my 4 children. Childcare cooking taught me to cook in bulk for 40 -50 children a day including cooking extra for time poor busy parents to take home. For me, Foodst is the essence of what I love about cooking and how I am used to cooking, I want to share my food and help others.
This lasagne was deliciously satisfying, a wonderful comfort food that I enjoyed immensely. Usually vegetarian lasagne is full of vegetables, with very little protein but this dish had both protein and vegetables. Thanks!
As a guide:
Protein per serve = 150 - 200g
Total Weight per serve = 300 - 400g
Anything less than these weights are tagged as "LIGHT MEALS"
To help you decide on portion sizing:
|1 Adult||1 Serving|
|2 Adults||2 Servings|
|2 Adults & 2 Children under 10||3 Servings|
|2 Adults, 1 Child under 10 and 1 Older Child||3 Servings|