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Twice as nice. Indian-style cucumber salsa (VG) (GF) This makes a moreish snack, or try it alongside your favourite curry Serves 2 • Ready in 10 mins ½ cucumber 1 tomato, finely diced½ red onion, finely diced1 green chilli, deseeded and finely dicedSmall handful coriander, roughly chopped1 tbsp Co-op dry roasted peanuts, chopped1 tsp Co-op desiccated coconut½ tsp Co-op vegetable oilJuice of ½ lemon¼ tsp ground cumin Pinch of cayenne pepperCo-op plain poppadums, to serve (optional)Slice the cucumber in half vertically, remove and discard the seeds (use a teaspoon), then cut into small cubes.

Twice as nice

Hearty vegetable soup (whole 30 approved recipe) - I Heart Naptime. Hearty mince & vegetable soup. Easy at-home burgers – itison. Who knew the hardest part of being a grown-up would be figuring out what to have for dinner night after night after night?

Easy at-home burgers – itison

And now we can’t even go out for dinner?! Get a restaurant-worthy dinner during lockdown with Brel’s guide to making the perfect burger. Missing Brel? Buy a voucher to use later (it’s valid right up until Feb 2021). You’ll need 🍔500g steak mince🍔Garlic🍔Half a red onion🍔Tomato sauce🍔Dijon mustard🍔Rock salt🍔Pepper🍔One egg🍔Your choice of spices/herbs Makes 4 adult burgers, or 2 for adults and 4 for kids. Here’s how to do it First, pick your flavours. Put all your ingredients into a bowl and mix it with your hands. Once mixed, leave the mix in the fridge to settle before shaping. To cook your prize creations, a BBQ is perfect if you have one. There you have it… perfect burgers! Got your own tips and tricks to share? Asian-style beef stir fry - Recipes - Co-op. Cheeseburger salad. Homemade © J Sainsbury plc 2016 Ingredients For the burgers 500g 5% fat mince beef 1/2 onion, peeled and grated 1 tbsp dried mixed herbs 1 large egg, beaten 1 tbsp olive oil, plus extra for greasing For the dressing 100g lighter mayonnaise 100g ketchup 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar 1 tbsp olive oil 1 tbsp mustard.

Cheeseburger salad

Low-Carb Shepherd's Pie With Cauliflower Mash Recipe. Beef mince curry. Homemade © J Sainsbury plc 2016 Ingredients 500 gpack SO organic British beef lean steak mince 2 tbspsunflower oil by Sainsbury's 2 red onions, peeled and finely sliced 2 clovesgarlic, peeled and chopped 5 tbspmild curry paste 200 gnatural yogurt by Sainsbury's 50 gsultanas by Sainsbury's 50 gflaked almonds by Sainsbury's 350 gbasmati rice by Sainsbury's 2 tbspfresh coriander, washed and chopped 1 tbspfresh mint, washed and chopped Method 1 In a frying pan, dry-fry the mince for 15 minutes.

Beef mince curry

Transfer to a bowl, draining off any fat. Baked Potato with Chili Con Carne. Cottage pie with horseradish mash recipe. Sunday Chili. This recipe is an irreplaceable staple in my house.

Sunday Chili

There’s just absolutely nothing more satisfying or comforting than a bowl of chili, topped with melting cheese, sour cream and zingy guacamole. I call it Sunday Chili because it’s a dish you can throw in the oven during the day, go off and do your Sunday chilling, come back a few hours later and serve up a supper dreams are made of! Chili recipes are pretty controversial things, surprisingly enough! People like different cuts of meat, different flavours, some like a dark, dry chilli and others a much thinner, brighter, saucy chilli. This is one I’ve made since my school days, so I make no claim that it’s traditional… but good god, it’s good! Rich, deep, spicy flavours, a smooth texture and a gentle lift from the fresh tomato kick at the end.

My top secret ingredient? Proper chocolate. The Saint Lucians make some of the best chocolate in the world, but don’t limit themselves to baking cakes and warming up hot chocolate. Cottage pie with horseradish mash. Meatballs with soupy tomato and herb risotto Recipe. Mini beef wellingtons. Close Buying sustainably sourced fish means buying fish that has been caught without endangering the levels of fish stocks and with the protection of the environment in mind.

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