Augratin is basically a medley of either vegetables or meat. It is made with white sauce and lot...

Augratin is basically a medley of either vegetables or meat. It is made with white sauce and lots of grated cheese. Forget about calories for a day and indulge in it. You'll love it.


Prawns -½ cup - cleaned
Squid – ½ cup – cleaned and cute into rings
Butter – 2 tbsp
Refined flour (Maida) – 1 tbsp
Milk – 1 cup
Garlic – 1 tsp – finely chopped
All purpose seasoning / White pepper powder – ½ tsp
Parsley – 1 tsp
Grated Cheese – ¾ - 1 cup (approx)


Firstly boil prawns and squid and keep it aside once they are cooked. It will hardly take 5- 10 mins.

Now boil milk with garlic and keep it aside.Take a pan and add butter. Once butter starts melting lower the flame and add Maida little by little. If you add all at once it will form lumps. Keep stirring as you add the flour. Saute it for few secs. Don’t cook it for long as the color of the flour will change. Now add milk and keep stirring. It will form into a creamy sauce. Keep it aside.

Take a greased baking dish and spread the first layer of prawns and squid. Pour the creamy milk sauce on it. Now spread the grated cheese on it. Cheese should be enough to cover the top layer completely. Sprinkle parsley on the top. Bake it at 200 C for around 20 mins. Keep checking. The cheese should melt and turn into light golden brown.

My Notes

ü  I added all purpose seasoning instead of white pepper powder.

ü  Vegetarians can use any of the following combinations.

·         Spinach and corn

·         Corn and mushrooms

·         Spinach , corn, mushrooms, broccoli

·         Carrots, peas, mushrooms, cauliflower florets.

ü  Just replace prawns and squid with veggies of your choice and follow the recipe just the same way.


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