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i have to share this recipe - savoury crumble

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  • a_sav
    a_sav Posts: 1,658 Forumite
    Will try it soon, nice to have another mine all in one option
  • sunrise27_2
    sunrise27_2 Posts: 1,349 Forumite
    that sounds nice will give it a go
    always on the lookout for new recipies to try out
  • mamabear09
    mamabear09 Posts: 73 Forumite
    any lentils will work and you could use a tin of baked beans or mixed beans instead
  • Stephen_Leak
    Stephen_Leak Posts: 8,762 Forumite
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    mamabear09 wrote: »
    any lentils will work and you could use a tin of baked beans or mixed beans instead

    You might want to add a teaspoon of chopped parsley. It is supposed to counteract the "side effects" of beans.
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  • thank you for that! I will give it a try!
  • never knew that. have got to remember that for my other half tomorrow at breakfast.
  • jonny2510
    jonny2510 Posts: 671 Forumite
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    mamabear09 wrote: »
    ive just gone through a really old recibe magazine and found a beef crumble! never thought of a savoury crumble before. it tastes great and best of all...... its cheap.:j


    Beef crumble-
    Base= 250g minced beef
    ...
    hot water
    ...

    Can you give me an idea of how much water (i.e. a cup, 1 pint or 1 litre???).

    I love cooking, and this recipe looks really tasty, but I'm no good at naturally judging these things :(

    Also, can anyone see any problem using 125g minced lamb + 125 g minced beef?

    (I often save approx a third when buying the 500g packs of each)
  • mamabear09
    mamabear09 Posts: 73 Forumite
    you can easily mix different minces together. you need about 2 cups. if you put to much water in then just extra gravy granules
  • jonny2510
    jonny2510 Posts: 671 Forumite
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    mamabear09 wrote: »
    you can easily mix different minces together.

    Thank you :beer:

    A bit off topic, but can I assume you can mix minces for anything (meatballs, burgers, cottage pie, spag bol, chilli's etc? :confused:)
  • mamabear09
    mamabear09 Posts: 73 Forumite
    i do and they taste fine so i cant see any problems with doing so
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