I had someone ask for the recipe for this. Like most things I make, I look at recipes on the web and then make my own. You will have to excuse my images. I am not a professional and did this as I was making it.
I had made a pound of lentils earlier in the week so we could use them in various meals. I started with adding the remaining lentils (about half the package) and spread them in the bottom of my pan.
I made a gravy from a carton of vegetable broth and some cornstarch. You can use flour as your thickening agent as well. Sorry for the blurriness (is that a word?)
Earlier in the day we baked some potatoes in the sun oven.
Since my family loves the potato skins (and I'm a bit lazy so I don't complain), we leave the peelings on our mashed potatoes. They don't look as beautiful or glamorous but they are nutritious and very yummy. I mashed the potatoes with a bit of almond milk to keep it in our diet limits (more on the diet later).
The potatoes are spooned on top as the final layer. I added a bit of shredded veggie cheese and a sprinkle of green onion. Heat the entire thing in the oven at about 350 degrees F until warm and the gravy gets all bubbly.
My family really loved it and I can see it on many more menu plans in the future.
What are some meatless meals that you are serving?