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Curried Mince and Peas

Curried Mince and Peas

Cheap, easy and with only a handful of ingredients this is the perfect midweek meal to satisfy the whole family. If you like it a bit hotter try making it with Madras curry paste rather than the Tikka paste specified in the recipe.

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Curried Mince and Peas

Curried Mince and Peas


CURRIED MINCE AND PEAS





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Curried Mince and Peas
A quick and easy curried mince and peas recipe.
Ingredients
  • 1 Onion, chopped
  • 4 TBSP Tikka Curry Paste
  • 750g Minced Beef
  • 200ml Beef Stock
  • 400g tin Chopped Tomatoes
  • 100g Frozen Peas
Instructions
Step 1: Heat 1 TBSP oil in a pan and fry the onion for 5 minutes.Step 2: Add the minced beef and fry for another 5 minutes.Step 3: Stir in the tikka paste then pour in the tomatoes and stock. Simmer for 15 minutes.Step 4: Add the frozen peas and cook for 5 minutes before serving.

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Yield: 4


Comments

  1. What a great busy night meal for this time of year

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  2. I know ..only 2 and a half weeks till Christmas. I had better get cracking. At least I picked up my tree yesterday. My mom always made mince when were kids but I doubt she had ever heard of curry at the time...it has been a long time since I was kid...wink:D

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  3. Great dish for when time isn't on your hands or you want something quick and easy!

    Maria
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  4. I read that as curried mince pies! which sounded odd to say the least!

    Great recipe though, I'll remember this for when I'm working.

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  5. I like the color the peas add!

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  6. I love a recipe that is hearty, easy to make and tastes great.

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  7. I have some balti paste knocking around so will try this with it, good work night dinner :)

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  8. Simple and tasty! Just the way I like it.

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  9. Curry is always a winner, and I love that this is so easy. As you say, perfect for a mid-week dinner.

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  10. I only have tandoori paste and green thai curry paste - would either of these work?!

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