Savoury mince is a common all-time family favourite, but guess what, Jo HATES it! Our mother used to make it and Jo would go running, but for the sake of Meals Made Easy (our meal planning program) and for the sake of another additive free dish on our website, guess what, we made it. You’re welcome…
It’s super easy to make (like most of our recipes) and you’ll also have the opportunity to use up any leftover veggies you have lurking in the fridge. It’s a really versatile recipe so feel free to adapt it as you please.
The other bonus about this recipe is it makes a lot, so you’ll be able to freeze any leftovers for a busy night. We use the amazing beef bone broth powder we sell on our website, this stuff is amazing and so good for you!
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Jo & Tracey x
- 3 medium sized potatoes
- 1 brown onion
- 1 kg beef mince, good quality
- 1 large carrot
- 1 large zucchini
- 6 button mushrooms
- 1 tsp. curry powder (more or less depending on your taste)
- 1 can diced tomatoes
- 1 celery stick, sliced thinly
- 1/4 c frozen corn
- 1/4 c frozen peas
- 1/4 c beef bone broth powder (product linked above)
- 3 tbsp. plain flour mixed with 3 tbsp. water
- Salt & pepper to taste
- Start by bringing a pot of water to the boil, peel and dice the potatoes and cook until just tender, don't overcook. Once done, drain and discard water.
- While waiting for potatoes, in a large frying pan over a med-high heat add the diced onion and mince. Cook till the mince is nice and browned off. If needed add 1 tbsp. of olive oil (if it's sticking). Drain off excess moisture.
- Dice carrot, zucchini and mushrooms and add them to the mince. Then add all the other ingredients (including potatoes if they are ready). Continue to cook over med-high heat until everything is cooked through. Then reduce to a simmer and allow the sauce to thicken.
- Serve with cooked rice, or on some toast. Our Dad would eat it on toast for breakfast.