Veg Lasagna Recipe Indian Style With Pancakes is an interesting and healthy twist to the regular Lasagna.

This recipe of Lasagna is loaded with protein and fibre instead of carbohydrates.

It has pancakes, lots of veggies, pasta sauce and bechamel (white sauce)

This fusion dish is an easy & interesting recipe & is for all those who think that Lasagna is difficult to make or is unhealthy.

Vegetable Lasagna

Veg Lasagna Recipe Indian Style

Easy Lasagna Recipe

The world calls it Lasagna today but trust me, when I made it almost 15 years back then I called it Indian Ravioli. Back then, neither did I know anything about Lasagna nor about Ravioli. Then why I named it so? Actually, I had it at my friend, Deepika Mittal’s place, and she called it Indian Ravioli as it was made with pancakes. I liked the recipe and even though I am not a cheese fan, but still asked her the recipe for dear hubby and kids (at that time, now grown-ups). And when I tried it, it was a hit! Since then I have been making it but somehow, in the last few years, lost its track in the mad rush of other recipes.

Today, again, while flipping pages of my diary, it reappeared in front of me and then I realised that its nothing but today’s so called lasagna.

Do try it out as its a really healthy and interesting version of Lasagna. There is very little cheese, as less as 2 tablespoons, which can also be avoided completely. White sauce made with wheat flour replaces cheese very well and helps in making the lasagna creamy enough to lick it without any guilt.


A Little About Lasagna

Lasagna Or Lasagne?

You must be wondering what am I doing? Saying Lasagna at some places whereas Lasagne on other? Which is correct?

So, actually, both are correct. Lasagne is the plural word of Lasagna. Italians call it Lasagne whereas Americans call it Lasagna! What would you like to call it?


Why Make Lasagna With Pancakes?


How To Make 

  1. Making pancakes
  2. Preparing the filling which is basically sauteeing veggies
  3. Making Pasta Sauce.
  4. Making White Sauce
  5. Assembly

Easy Method Of Making White Sauce

White sauce is made by cooking wheat flour with butter and then adding milk to it. But this time, i made it differently and it came out excellent.

Normally, people complain that their white sauce get lumps and is not smooth and silky. And they need to strain it or use a blender to make it lump-free. But with the method, I am sharing with you here, making white sauce is going to be the easiest and quickest affair. You will not be scared of making it any more.

So, what’s this miraculous method? Simple, we first mix flour in milk. Yes, just take milk at room temperature and add flour to it. Mix it. It will easily be mixed in the milk. Now, we cook this on medium flame and soon, you will see that it thickens into a sauce-like consistency. While cooking only add butter, spices, garlic etc to it and a perfect white sauce is ready.

Now, if you are wondering that it would taste of raw flour then this is not the case. This is because, it will be baked in the oven for about 30 minutes so obviously no raw taste of flour will be left.


Why You Will Love This Recipe

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Step By Step Recipe

A. Make Pancakes

Vegetable Lasagna method

Vegetable Lasagna method

Vegetable Lasagna method

Vegetable Lasagna method


Pancakes for lasagna

B. Make Filling

Veg Lasagna Recipe Indian Style

C. Make White Sauce

Tip: First make a paste by adding little milk. Once mixed, add rest of the milk.

Easy white sauce recipe

D. Make Pasta Sauce

E. Assembly

Veg Lasagna Recipe Indian Style assembly

Veg Lasagna Recipe Indian Style assembly

Veg Lasagna Recipe Indian Style assembly

Baking Veg Lasagna Recipe Indian Style



Q) What can I use instead of Pancakes?

You can use any of the following:


Q) Can I make it ahead?

Assemble everything in the baking dish and keep it in the refrigerator upto 3 to 4 hours. Then bake itvat the time of serving.


Q) Can I make this recipe gluten-free?

Yes! This recipe has wheat flour and that too only in the white sauce. So, you can skip white sauce and replace it with mayonnaise or cheese sauce, thus making this recipe gluten-free.


Q) What else can I use for filling?

I used vegetable filling. But instead of this, you can use any other filling too. You can use either of the following fillings:


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Veg Lasagna Recipe Indian Style

Lasagna loaded with protein and fiber instead of carbohydrates
Course Main Course
Cuisine Fusion
Servings 8


My Cup Measures 240 ml

    For Pancakes

    • 2 Tbsp Pigeon Peas Tur Dal
    • 2 Tbsp Split And Dehusked Black Gram White Urad Dal
    • 2 Tbsp Split Yellow Peas Chana Dal
    • 2 Tbsp Split Green Gram Moong chhilka
    • 2 Tbsp Split And Dehusked Brown Lentils Lal Masoor
    • Salt As Per Taste
    • Ginger-garlic paste
    • 3 to 4 Tbsp Oil For Making Pancakes

    For Filling

    • 1 Cup Chopped Veggies I used peppers, onion and tomatoes
    • 1 tsp Oil
    • 1/2 tsp Crushed Garlic
    • 1/2 tsp Salt or as per taste
    • 1/4 tsp Oregano
    • 1/4 tsp Dried Basil Optional
    • 1/4 tsp Dried Parsley Optional
    • Few lettuce leaves or Green Coriander or Mint leaves Torn Roughly

    For White Sauce

    • 4 Tbsp Wheat Flour
    • 2 Cups Milk
    • 1 Tbsp Butter
    • 1/2 tsp Salt
    • 1/4 tsp Nutmeg Powder
    • 1/4 tsp Garlic Crushed


    • 50 g Mozarella Cheese


    Make Pancakes

    • Soak lentils for a minimum of two hours. I used Tur Dal, Urad Dal, Chana Dal, Moong Chhilka and in equal proportions.
    • Drain the excess water and grind it to a smooth paste.
    • Add salt, green chillies, ginger paste. If possible add chopped spinach.
    • Heat a skillet. Put a ladle full of batter and make pancakes. Take care that pancakes are of the same size as of your baking dish, so that you can put the pancakes as it is without having to cut or fold it.
    • When golden brown from both the sides, remove it and similarly make 5 more pancakes.
    • Stack them on a wire rack till use. if you plan to make lasagna later then wrap these cooled pancakes in aluminium foil and keep in the refrigerator.

    Make Filling

    • Chop veggies of your choice. I used peppers, onions and tomatoes.
    • Heat oil in a pan, add chopped veggies and saute on medium high flame till partially done.
    • Add salt, pepper, oregano, parsley and basil.
    • Switch off the flame and mix in some lettuce. You can use green coriander or mint as well.

    Make White Sauce

    • Mix wheat flour in milk. Take care that milk is at room temperature.
    • Cook this mix on medium flame, stirring continuously or you may scald the utensil.
    • Mix in butter, salt, grated garlic and nutmeg. Nutmeg, gives a very nice flavour to the white sauce, so do use it, however use it very little as it has really strong odour.
    • Within 4 to 5 minutes, it will start thickening. When it coats the back of the spoon then turn off the flame.
    • White sauce is ready.

    Make Pasta Sauce

    • Make fresh or use store-bought. I had ready Pasta sauce in my refrigerator, so I used it.
    • You may check the recipe of homemade Pasta Sauce here.


    • Start preheating oven. Preheat it at 200 degrees C for 10 to 15 minutes. If using microwave convection, as I did, then preheating will take just 5 minutes so start preheating accordingly.
    • Take a baking dish, put some pasta sauce and white sauce on the base.
    • Put one pancake. Top it with pizza sauce, then filling of veggies and then white sauce. Sprinkle some oregano. You may put some cheese pieces too, though i didnt.
    • Cover this with another pancake and repeat the layers.
    • Continue the same with all the pancakes.
    • Lastly, cover the top liberally with white sauce and grate some cheese all over.
    • Bake in the preheated oven for 30 minutes. If the top gets brown quickly then cover it with aluminium foil or any lid.
    • Serve with love, lemon coriander soup optional.


    1. You may use any mix of lentils for making pancakes.
    2. Its better to layer only 4 pancakes unlike 6 done by me.
    3. Any excess batter of pancakes can be kept in the refrigerator and can be used for making pancakes in the breakfast.
    4. You may use or avoid cheese as per your liking.
    5. Use whatever veggies you like or are there in your refrigerator. Like, I had very few veggies and didn't have any choice due to the currently going lockdown.
    6. I used store-bought pasta sauce. You may use that or make your own.
    7. Use white sauce liberally as we are using very little cheese.
    8. Use herbs as per your liking, though do not skip oregano.
    Keyword Lasagna Recipe Indian, Pancake Lasagna

    4 Responses

    1. Dear Samira,
      Tried the veg lasagna using pancakes and it turned out amazing! Everyone at home loved it🤩 Thanks for sharing the recipe with all the details. With multi-grain pancakes, it was indeed a guilt-free lasagna!!

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