There is nothing more satisfying than adding a modern and healthy twist to a classic dish.
6Chicken breasts, sliced thinly
10 - 14Lasagne sheets
to tasteSalt and pepper
120gPlain flour, sieved
1/2Whole nutmeg, ground
Step 1To make the sauce: Heat the milk in a pan, and in a separate pan, carefully heat the butter without browning it.
Step 2Stir the flour into the butter stirring continuously for 2-3 minutes on a medium heat.
Step 3 The flour should be a golden colour.
Step 4Next, use a ladle to add a little of the heated milk to the butter/flour mixture stirring continuously until the milk has been combined.
Step 5Continue until all of the milk has been added.
Step 6Stir in the cream, mustard and nutmeg then check the seasoning and remove the pan from the heat.
Step 7To make the lasagne: Spiralize the courgettes and sweet potatoes with the Spiral slice blade. Cut the ribbons into 5-6 cm pieces.
Step 8Build up your lasagne in layers. Start with a little bechamel sauce in the bottom of an over proof tray.
Step 9Place a layer of lasagne sheets over that followed by a layer of chicken, butternut squash, courgette and more sauce and sprinkle with paprika.
Step 10Then add another layer of lasagne sheets followed by the chicken, and continue in this way until the chicken, butternut squash and courgette have been used up.
Step 11The top layer should consist of a layer of lasagne sheets and bechamel sauce, sprinkled with the cheese.
Step 12Cook in an oven on 175ºC for 30-35 minutes until the chicken is thoroughly cooked.
Step 13Toms Tip: For a vegetarian option, try halloumi to replace the chicken.
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