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Midweek Mince with Asian flavours


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Ingredients

4 portion(s)

  • 1 sml (1/2 cm) piece ginger, (optional)
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 --- carrot
  • 1/2 zucchini
  • 1 stalk Celery
  • 500 g Beef mince
  • 1-2 teaspoon curry powder
  • 1 tablespoon dry sherry
  • 3 tablespoon light soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon oyster sauce
  • 375 g chicken stock, (use water or half half if you use full salt soy)
  • 100 g rice
  • 250 g shredded cabbage, (about 1/4 cabbage)
  • 1 small onion
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Recipe's preparation

  1. place garlic, ginger (if using) in tmx bowl along with roughly chopped onion, zucchini, celery and carrot. Chop 3 sec speed 5 and set aside.

    heat empty bowl for 1 min or so until it reaches 100deg. Add in oil and mince and cook 3-5 mins varoma temp reverse speed 1 til mince is browned.

    add in previously chopped vegies, curry powder to taste, sherry, rice, stock, oyster and soy sauces. Cook for 10 mins 100deg reverse speed 1.

    Add in cabbage and cook for a further 5 mins at 100 reverse speed 1. You may need to help it incorporate into mince with spatula after 2 mins. Rice sould be just tender and cabbage al dente at this point .

    PLace mixture into thermoserver for 5-10 mins so that rice and cabbage can finish softening and liquid is a bit more absorbed.

    Serve with toast, buttered bread or in bowl with some sweet chilli sauce on top. Yummy tmrc_emoticons.)

  2. place garlic, ginger (if using) in tmx bowl along with roughly chopped onion, zucchini, celery and carrot. Chop 3 sec speed 5 and set aside.

    heat empty bowl for 1 min or so until it reaches 100deg. Add in oil and mince and cook 3-5 mins varoma temp reverse speed 1 til mince is browned.

    add in previously chopped vegies, curry powder to taste, sherry, rice, stock, oyster and soy sauces. Cook for 10 mins 100deg reverse speed 1.

    Add in cabbage and cook for a further 5 mins at 100 reverse speed 1. You may need to help it incorporate into mince with spatula after 2 mins. Rice sould be just tender and cabbage al dente at this point .

    PLace mixture into thermoserver for 5-10 mins so that rice and cabbage can finish softening and liquid is a bit more absorbed.

    Serve with toast, buttered bread or in bowl with some sweet chilli sauce on top. Yummy Smile

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  • Winner Winner in our house...

    Submitted by HJV2015 on 28. October 2015 - 23:01.

    Winner Winner in our house... my rice wasnt quite cooked for some reason, so I just cooked it a little longer until it was done...no drama! tmrc_emoticons.)  

    Delicious, will definatley be making this again.

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  • Great recipe. 4 year old

    Submitted by leha on 21. May 2015 - 18:28.

    Great recipe. 4 year old loved it. I added extra ingredients so I could have some leftovers. Used vege stock paste and water instead of chicken stock and tasted great.

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  • Mine turned out a little

    Submitted by maplegoh on 19. February 2015 - 15:03.

    Mine turned out a little watery, but overall, very yummy! Also, wasn't sure how much oil to add!

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  • I added a few extra veggies

    Submitted by rozziebonz on 16. March 2014 - 19:27.

    I added a few extra veggies to bulk it up for my big family and stamed the cabbage in the varoma while the meat was cooking and then mixed all together in a big bowl before serving.  

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  • I used chicken mince because

    Submitted by CaityBaileyW on 28. November 2013 - 17:03.

    I used chicken mince because I already had some, and it was great. Mine was also a bit watery - I would reduce the water further next time. Will be making again though - really enjoyed it.

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  • Loved this meal..I used half

    Submitted by sharmor on 6. March 2013 - 19:06.

    Loved this meal..I used half a chinese cabbage but didn't add to TM whilst cooking chopped up layed in the  Termoserver then poured mince mixture ontop and stired throu and it wilted nicely in the termoserver...

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  • Do you use chinese cabbage ?

    Submitted by sharmor on 5. March 2013 - 07:53.

    Do you use chinese cabbage ?

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  • This worked really well,

    Submitted by ehesvagyok on 5. December 2012 - 22:12.

    This worked really well, thank you. I used hand chopped bok choy and choy sum (instead of cabbage) added just for a few minutes at the end. Amount of liquid after sitting in thermoserver (for over 30 mns) was negligible (just right). Also added fresh chopped chilli during heating of oil at begining of process.

     

    Gentle stir setting

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  • My kids love this, it has

    Submitted by Katrin Swindells on 25. September 2012 - 12:08.

    My kids love this, it has become a regular for us

     

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    Submitted by Kim Clews on 24. September 2012 - 22:44.

     

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  • Doesn't say how much oil? I

    Submitted by danni06 on 16. September 2012 - 21:04.

    Doesn't say how much oil? I used about 20mls. I think it needs less liquid I left it for 10 mins in the thermoserver and it was still swimming in liquid good flavour though but does needs salt and pepper and the sweet chilli sauce tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Yum!

    Submitted by kharks on 11. September 2012 - 22:46.

    Yum! tmrc_emoticons.-)

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