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I guess it's technically a Mornay, it has Parmesan and Fontina. I've got about 1 1/2 cups in my fridge. Refrigerated it's solid enough to hold a knife vertically, when it was warm it was just barely pourable and self spreading. It's a darn good sauce, I'd hate to waste it, but after all my adventures lately making an 'ultimate' lasagna, I won't end up using it for pasta. I'd like to put it to use in an entirely different way, preferably with a totally different flavor profile.

Any ideas?

Bonus points if it would make a nice lunch for the day after the extreme lasagna dinner.

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    I have to vote to close as this is either an opinion based question or a poll, but you might try using it on a Croque-monsieur sandwich. You might also join us in chat to discuss ideas. – SAJ14SAJ Sep 17 '13 at 1:39
  • I am giving you an upvote, not to say this is a good question, but because I think that will give you enough reputation to enter chat. – SAJ14SAJ Sep 17 '13 at 1:45
  • On the "related" questions list I see right now, there are a dozen that are "what can I do with leftover blank, many with several votes and answers. What makes this question any different? – Jolenealaska Sep 17 '13 at 1:45
  • As sites evolve over time, guidelines change and the older questions don't always get cleaned up or closed. The existence of similar questions doesn't provide a precedent. Sorry. It is also possible my close vote will not be sustained. – SAJ14SAJ Sep 17 '13 at 1:48
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    Many of those related questions you see either are already closed, or should be. Our semi-official FAQ on this is Can I ask about how to use a specific ingredient? (AKA: Culinary Uses Guidelines). Basically, we try to limit these questions to those asking about very rare or traditionally non-culinary ingredients. We also didn't have Seasoned Advice Chat back then, so the topic used to be a little more controversial. – Aaronut Sep 17 '13 at 2:58
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Crouque-Monsier or the similar "Hot Brown" sandwich is perfect for my needs. That will use up the sauce in a completely different way. It will also make a great lunch. Thanks SAJ14SAJ for the tip.

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You're already half way towards kroketten.

(Search for 'Dutch Croquettes' to find recipes in English)

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You can mix it with a little bit of tomatoes and pour it over spicy burritos the oven heat makes everything golden brown and crusty.

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If you want something kind of healthy, you can always mix it with steamed spinach and it can't be more delicious!!! Oh, with brocoli works pretty well too ;-)

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