oil sprayHeat a large saucepan over a medium-high heat and spray with cooking oil spray.
the beef and brown on all sides (you may want to do this in two batches, to prevent overcrowding). Set aside
the onion to a food processor and pulse the blade a couple of times until finely chopped.
the pan with some more cooking oil spray and add the onion, fry for a couple of minutes until translucent.
the butternut squash, garlic and ginger to the food processor and pulse a few times until very finely chopped
this into the onion with another spray of cooking oil spray and fry until softened.
in the spices, tomato paste and tomatoes and cook the spices for a couple of minutes.
in the beef, lentils, green chillis, water and salt, bring to a boil and then simmer for 1.5 hours, (beef should be lovely and tender and the sauce rich). If you like your dhansak curry more liquidy, you can add in a little more water if needed. Check it half way through cooking time.
with your choice of sides and some chopped coriander.
the Instant Pot to saute, and spray with some cooking oil spray.
the instant pot displays HOT - Add the beef and brown on all sides (you may want to do this in two batches, to prevent overcrowding). Set aside
the Instant Pot pan with some more cooking oil spray and add the onion, fry for a couple of minutes until translucent.
back in the beef, lentils, green chillis, water and salt.
to manual high pressure for 25 mins. Once finished cooking, Allow the pressure to release naturally.
with your choice of sides and top with some chopped coriander.
Included in this pack is the Muscle Food Extra Lean British Beef Mince which we use in this recipe. This can be done in the slow cooker, in a pan on the stove or in the oven the choice is yours, but I prefer to just chuck it in and leave it to do it’s thing for a few hours so I like to use the slow cooker
This SynFree Roast Beefand Gravy is perfect for a Sunday afternoon. Because it has synfree gravy. To make a good gravy you need a good stock, but sometimes using those meat juices can add a lot of fat and hidden syns to a recipe
12 tablespoons of maple syrup (4 syns). 1Add all the ingredients for the bbq sauce to a deep frying pan, and stir to combine. 1Add in the chicken thighs and red onion. 1Put the heat underneath on high and bring to a boil, once it starts to bubble, reduce heat to medium and leave it to bubble for 18 mins (do not touch or stir in this time, apart from turning over the chicken pieces half way through the cooking time). 1Once cooked, remove chicken pieces from pan and transfer to a chopping board and using a sharp knife, shred into slices and add back to the sauce stirring to coat
Remove and set aside. Remove and set aside. 5oz) of lean stewing beef . 12 cups (480ml) of beef stock. 1salt and pepper to season. 1spray oilSpray a deep pot over a medium high heat with some spray oil, add the stewing beefand season with salt and pepper. 1Brown the beef until slightly golden on the edges (do it batches, you don't want to overcrowd or the meat will not brown). 1Add the onion, celery and carrots, and a little stock to prevent any sticking if needed and fry until onion, is translucent. 1Add back in the beef, swede, potatoes, rosemary, thyme, vinegar, vegetable andbeef stock. 1Bring to a boil and then cover and simmer for 2 hours. 1Season as need with salt and black pepper. 1Set instant pot to saute mode, spray with some spray oil and add the stewing beefand season with salt and pepper. 1Brown the beef until slightly golden on the edges(do it batches, you don't want to overcrowd or the meat will not brown). 1Add lid, close valve, and set to 35 minutes high pressure. 1Season as needed with salt and black pepper
Cover your beef brisket in the marinade and allow to soak up the flavour for as long as possible. Pour the water in the bottom of your pressure cookerand lay the meat in the metal basket which should be provided
Remove and set aside. Simmer until sauce has almost reduced, remove from heat and stir in the yoghurt. 400g beef tenderloin or lean sirloin steak, sliced into strips. 11 large onion, halved and sliced thinly. 1400ml of beef broth. 5 syns). 1salt and pepper to season. 1approx 6 tablespoons of fat free natural yoghurt/fromage frais (remove from fridge a couple of hours before cooking to bring to room temperature). 1Freshly chopped Italian ParsleyHeat a non stick frying pan and spray with some spray oil, add the beef tenderloin, season with salt and pepper and cooked until it starts to go golden. 1Add the thyme to the beef stock. 1Add the onions, garlic and mushrooms and couple of tablespoons of the stock to the frying pan and keep on a high heat to cook until golden, as the stock reduces keep adding more, repeating the process until only a ¼ of the stock remains and the onion and mushrooms are nicely caramelised. 1Return the beef tenderloin back to the pan along with the rest of the stock and a splash of worcestershire sauce, balsamic vinegar, tomato puree, paprika and mustard
12 tablespoons of maple syrup (4 syns). 1salt and black pepperAdd the pork and red onion to a large deep frying pan. 1Add in all the sauce ingredients and mix to coat. 1Place on a medium high heat and bring to a boil, as it starts to bubble reduce heat to medium and allow it to continue to simmer (no lid) for 30 mins. 1The sauce will reduce down and thicken and the meat goes lovely and tender. 1When finished cooking time, remove meat onto a board, shredded with a sharp knife and return back to the sauce. 1Season with salt and black pepper as needed. 1Great with mylow syn coleslaw
If you want to freeze this, it's best to do so before adding the stir-fried (or steamed) vegetables, as they will lose their crunch and freshness upon defrosting and re-heating - you could thicken the sauce at the stage before adding the vegetables, then freeze the meat in sauce in portions
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This SynFree Minced Beef Hotpot is cheap, tasty, easy to make and most importantly it’s Synfree. Perfect for everyday frying and cooking, it delivers exactly one calorie per spray, which makes it Synfree