Recipes Involving Mincing
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Q: Can anyone give me any mince recipes?
A: Shepherdess pie
450g Minced Beef
1 onion sliced
1c 200g can of tomatoes
1 beef stock cube
11/2 tsp of dried rosemary.
salt &pepper totaste
225 g cooked potatoes
225 g cooked carrots
Oven temp 200c
Fry mince and onion for 5minute, pour of any exess fat .
add tomatoes, stock cube,rosemary and seasoning.
Cover and simmer for 20 minutes.
mash potatoes and carrots together.
place meat mixture in pie dish and cover with potato mixture .Fork the top to give a thatched effect.
Cook for 25-30 minutes until golden brown also can add grated cheese on top.
Serve with fresh green vegatables.
Q: Mince recipes? Im sick of meatballs/meatloaf!?
I have mince in the fridge and a few hours to come up with something to cook for dinner tonite..
Any ideas? (pls no meatball or meatloaf recipes coz my kids are sick of them..hehehe)
A: You can use it as seasoning — for example, fry it up with onions and peppers, and stick it in:
spaghetti sauce and pasta, cover with cheese and bake it
macaroni and cheese, serve with buttered toast
taco shells with lettuce, cheese and salsa
flour tortillas with beans, lettuce cheese and salsa
(If you hate cheese, I’m sorry!)
Mix it up with tofu blocks and seasonings for Mapo Tofu (also spelled Mabo Tofu).
Mix it up with lots of thinly sliced peppers and finely diced onions, add chicken broth and some soy sauce, and it’ll be good over rice.
Also, it’d be good in chili (which is fried mince, peppers and onions — peppers optional, with a can of tomatoes and a can of beans, salt pepper and chili powder to taste).
Or try Meatball Surprise! Go ahead and make the meatballs, but serve it in soup (like Italian Wedding Soup). Or, surprise them by making Scotch Eggs (boiled eggs wrapped in meatloaf).
Q: Any recipes for minced beef?
Hello… My boyfriend is fed up wiv spaghetti bolonese. I was gona make beef burgers but all the recipes iv found contain eggs. I just want some basic recipes 4 minced beef please? Thank you so much if u can help! xxx
A: Chilli con carne: fry some onions and garlic. Add the mince, cook till browned. Add a can of tinned tomatoes, some cumin, chilli powder (or add fresh chilli), salt n pepper, kidney beans and let it simmer for a good while to let all the flavours mix in.
Tastes like yum! Serve with rice or pitta bread!
(It may not be authentic but it tastes bloody good!)
Q: Need some recipes using minced chicken recipes?
I dont eat red meat….so I am looking for recipes which would not use that…thanks!
A: YOU COULD ADD FINELY CHOPPED ONION ,1 GARLIC CLOVE CRUSHED,A HANDFULL OF CHOPPED PARSLEY MIX TOGETHER WITH 1 EGG TO BIND ;SALT; PEPPER;CHILLI PEPPER;MAKE INTO PATTIES AND FRY IN E.V.O.O:
Q: Recipes for soya mince burgers ?
Soya mince is so boring need some recipes for the above, plus any ideas especially to appeal to chidrens palates !!
A: I would just do it as if with normal mince except there will not be enough fat so you will need to add some bread crumbs and a little whisked egg to bind it.
Also, you could saute with onions, garlic and some tinned tomatoes, add basil then stuff into roasted red peppers, top with grated cheese and serve with piles of basmati rice with chopped parsley sprinkled all over.
Q: mince recipes please? ?
I have some mince that needs using today. Any mince recipes with no potatoe as i havent got any!
A: chilli con carne
Q: Please could i have some complex Minced beef recipes?
I need to design a recipe that the main ingreidient is minced beef it must be healthy and take only an hour but i do NOT want basic reipes such as pasta chilli or simple things i want a real challenge and a posh complex recipe thanks
A: Italian meatballs and believe me this one is complicated:
250g minced beef
250g minced pork
zest of one lemon
half a tub of ricotta cheese
25g grated parmesan
one onion finely diced
two cloves garlic, crushed
2tbs chopped fresh basil
50g soft white breadcrumbs
50g pine nuts
salt and ground black pepper
couple of scrapes of nutmeg
1 egg to bind
olive oil for frying
one finely diced onion
two cloves crushed garlic
can tomato puree
half glass red wine
mix all the above together and make into balls about the size of a walnut. Fry in olive oil then remove. Put the onion from the sauce ingredients in the pan, fry till golden, then add the garlic, wine, tomatoes and tomato puree. Cook for 5 minutes, then put the meatballs back in, turn down the heat, cook 20 minutes with the lid on. Remove lid and season sauce.
Q: beef mince recipes that are easy to make?
we have haeps of mince and need to use it asap wat are some nice easy recipes ????????
1 1/2 lb (750 g) minced beef
1 large onion, finely chopped
2 cups (4 oz) 120g breadcrumbs
2 cloves garlic, chopped
1 pinch of dried thyme
1 pinch of dried oregano
1 heaped tablespoon chopped parsley
2 tablespoons tomato puree (paste)
1 heaped tablespoon grated Parmesan cheese
for the sauce
3 cup (225 g) mushrooms, sliced
1 clove garlic, chopped
1 pinch of dried basil
1 pinch of dried thyme
1 pinch of dried oregano
salt and freshly ground black pepper
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 3/4 cups (21 fl oz) 600 ml passata, or 1 x 14 oz (400 g) tin Italian tomatoes, drained and chopped
Q: Can you reccomend any recipes using mince which isnt Spag Bol or Shepherds/Cottage pie?
Ideas for recipes using beef mice please. Preferably ones you have used/enjoyed yourself.
A: KEEMA CURRY
Well, you did say you wanted something different! Keema is Hindi for minced meat and it sounds so much more exotic than ‘Minced Meat Curry’. And I will be doing myself yet another batch of it one night this week.
Serves 2 to 3
200g of new potatoes
1 clove of garlic
1cm (½ inch) piece of fresh ginger
1 tablespoon of sunflower oil
1 teaspoon of chilli powder
250g of minced lamb or beef
200g (½ a 400g tin) of plum tomatoes**
1 teaspoon of garam masala
½ a teaspoon of turmeric
125ml of water
1 lamb or beef stock cube
50g of peas
Wash and scrub the potatoes, and chop them into 1cm (½ inch) pieces. Peel the garlic and chop it into tiny pieces. Peel the ginger and chop it into tiny pieces. Peel the onions and chop them into tiny pieces.
Put the oil into a saucepan on a low heat. Put the chilli powder, garlic, ginger, mince, onions and potatoes into the pan. Cook for about 30 minutes until the mince is an even colour, with no pink bits. Stir frequently to stop it sticking.
Open the tin of tomatoes. Put the juice into a bowl. Chop the tomatoes while they are still in the can (it’s easier than chasing them around the bowl). Put the chopped tomatoes into the bowl. Use half and save the other half.
Put the chopped tomatoes into the pan. Continue to cook, stirring as the mixture boils. Add the garam masala and turmeric. Stir thoroughly.
Add the water, stock cube and peas. Stir thoroughly. Bring to the boil, then turn down the heat until it is just boiling (simmering). Put the lid on the saucepan and cook for 15 minutes. Check the water level from time to time and top up if it starts to dry out.
ADDITIONS & ALTERNATIVES
Lamb is more commonly used in India and Bangladesh. Beef is more commonly used in Pakistan. Use minced pork or turkey instead.
Both the peas and the potatoes are traditional ingredients. You can omit either, but not both. If you omit the potatoes, increase the quantity of mince and peas to compensate. Use fresh, frozen or tinned peas. Use tinned new potatoes.
The quantity of chilli powder above makes for a medium curry. For a hot one, increase this to 1½ teaspoons. For a mild one, add 100ml (½ a 200ml pot) of yoghurt 5 to 10 minutes before the end of cooking. Add ½ a teaspoon of mint sauce to the leftover yoghurt to make some mint raita.
* Plum tomatoes can be used either whole or chopped. It is difficult to stick chopped tomatoes back together again if you need to use them whole.
Q: What are some good recipes using beef mince?
I can cook lasagne, spaghetti and tacos, but I would really like something different.
A: Try this, it’s delicious.
Fry onions and mince until browned.
Add a generous dollop of tomato puree and half a pint of beef stock and allow to cook and thicken slightly,about half an hour.
Meanwhile, slice a couple of biggish potatoes, the slices need to be about two centimetres thick.
Shallow fry these slices in another frying pan and cook til softened and slightly golden. You can use a low fat spread to fry them in. I use Flora buttery.
Make a cheese sauce as you would for lasagne.
When everythings ready put it together as so:-
In an oven proof dish, use the one you do your lasagne in, place a layer of sliced fried potato, then a layer of mince, another layer of potato, another layer of mince and another layer of potato. That’s three layers of potato and two layers of mince. Finish off with the cheese sauce and cook in the oven until brown and bubbling (as you would with lasagne).
The combination of mince, potato and cheese is lovely. Real comfort food.
Serve with a crispy salad.
Q: What are some quick and easy recipes with mince?
A: brie burgers
500g lean top-quality minced beef, preferably freshly minced
1 small onion, grated
2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
4 large basil leaves
50g brie, cut into 4
2 sundried tomatoes in oil, halved
salad leaves, cornichons and sliced tomatoes, to serve
Remove the mince from the fridge 30 mins before cooking to reach room temperature. Put the mince in a bowl and mix in 1 tsp sea salt, pepper, the grated onion and Worcestershire sauce. Mix well with your (clean) hands, then divide into 4 equal-size balls. Wrap a basil leaf around each slice of brie and press into the middle along with the tomato and re-shape the meat to a flat patty, 11⁄2cm thick.
Heat the grill for 5 mins. Fit the grill rack to its highest level. Lay the burgers evenly over the rack so they are under the hottest parts of the grill. Brush with oil from the sundried tomatoes and season.
Grill the first side 3 mins for medium-rare or 5 mins for well done. Brush the other side with oil, season and grill for the same length of time. Allow to stand for 3 mins before serving. Pack into a crusty bun with salad leaves, cornichons, tomatoes and relish.
250g packet lean minced beef (12% fat)
2 onions, chopped
4 carrots(about 450g/1lb), peeled and coarsely grated
2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
2 tbsp tomato purée
2 beef stock, cubes dissolved in 425ml/¾pint boiling water
1 tsp cornflour
900g potatoes, peeled and cubed
3 parsnips, peeled, cored and chopped
2-4 tbsp skimmed milk
Dry fry the mince (without adding any oil) in a non-stick pan until evenly brown and crumbly. Add the onions and carrots and cook over a high heat for 5 minutes, stirring well.
Add the Worcestershire sauce and tomato purée, pour in the stock and bring to the boil, stirring until well mixed. Cover the pan and leave to simmer for 40 minutes, stirring occasionally until the carrots and onions are tender and the stock has reduced. Taste and season. Blend the cornflour with a little water and stir into the mixture, cooking for a minute or until slightly thickened.
Preheat the oven to 200C/Gas 6/ fan oven 180C. While the meat is simmering, cook the potatoes and parsnips in boiling salted water for 15 minutes or until tender. Drain and mash with seasoning and enough milk to make a creamy consistency.
Tip the meat mixture into a 1.4 litre/ 21⁄2 pint ovenproof dish, spoon the mash on top and rough up the surface with a fork. Bake for 30 minutes or until the potato topping is lightly golden. Serve with steamed broccoli or Savoy cabbage.
Q: Does anyone have any recipes for Beef mince?
I’ve got beef mince out for dinner tonight. I’m sick of Cottage Pie, Spaghetti Bognaise and Tacos.
A: there is always rissoles,curried mince,savoury mince,
but i like to made a quick lasagna you just cook pasta, throw it in the bottom of an oven proof dish,pour our bognaise sauce on top.then make bechamel sauce, with cheese in it, pour that over the bolonaise sauce,grate cheese (plenty of it) sprinkle it over the top and pop it in the oven until the cheese is golden brown, it simple taste heaps better than bolanaise, eat it with some crispy garlic bread and bobs your uncle, yum’ email me if you need help with any of it.
Q: I urgently need recipes using chicken mince.?
I don’t want patties/rissoles but I want casseroles, pies etc. preferably with assorted veggies, nothing too flash or using hard to get ingredients. Thanks a heap.
A: Spaghetti and Mince Casserole
250 g spaghetti (sometimes I use a little more)
500 chicken mince
1 (410 g) can tomato puree
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1 bay leaf
1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese
60 g butter
1/3 cup flour
2 cups milk
Cook spaghetti in large pot boiling salted water for 10 minutes and drain.
Brown mince and onion together in medium pot and cook for 5 minutes, pour off surplus fat. Add tomato puree, cinnamon, bay leaf and salt and pepper, bring to boil and simmer covered for 15 minutes. Discard bay leaf. Spread half the spaghetti over base of an ovenproof dish, top with half mince mixture, repeat layer of spaghetti and mince mixture. Pour sauce over top, sprinkle with parmesan. Bake uncovered in moderate oven for 30 minutes.. Sauce- Melt butter in a pan, stir in flour, add milk, stir until sauce boils and thickens.
Q: does anyone have any good tasty minced beef recipes?
A: yeah I do stacy. Its my own hamburger recipe. I just bung loads of Sh*t in there with the beef.
1 chopped onion
2 cloves garlic
then squash it in your hands (or ’squish’ if your American) and fry it.
mmmmm lovely jubbly
Q: Any good recipes for Minced meat pie?
A: 1/2 pound lean beef stew meat
2 tart baking apples, peeled, cored and chopped
1 cup raisins
1 cup dark brown sugar
1/4 cup vinegar
2 T. molasses
1 cup currants
1/4 cup apple cider (apple juice okay also)
1/2 tsp ground cloves
1/2 tsp nutmeg
1/2 tsp allspice
3/4 tsp cinnamon
2 T. rum
pie dough for a double crust deep dish 9″ pie
Place beef in a pot, add water to cover and bring to a boil. Cover, and simmer for about one hour or until tender. Cool, then run the cooked beef through a meat grinder or a food processor to grind coarsely. Place the meat and the remaining ingredients in a large pot. Cook over medium heat almost to a boil, stirring constantly. Reduce heat to simmer, cover and cook for 1 hour, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and let cool. Prepare pastry for a double crust for 9″ pie. Place meat mixture in the pie shell. Scatter rum over mixture. Place the remaining crust on top and flute edges to seal to bottom crust. Make a few slits in the top crust to allow steam to escape while baking. Bake for 1 hour at 375°. Serve warm, garnished with whipped cream if desired
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