of leftover roasted cauliflower rice *click for recipe
of Worcestershire sauce
of tomato paste
of onion powder
of garlic powder
and black pepper
of red onion
of garlic, crushed
(480ml) of beef stock (or broth)
(480ml) of chicken stock (or broth)
of balsamic vinegarSpray a saucepan over a medium high heat with some cooking oil spray.
the onion and fry until softened
the garlic and fry for a further minute.
the balsamic vinegar, and a little of the beef stock and reduce down till the onions are caramelized.
in the tomato paste, thyme and remainder of the beef and chicken stock, bring to a boil, cover and simmer for 20 minutes.
the gravy is simmering, add the ground beef, cauliflower, Worcestershire sauce, tomato paste, onion powder, garlic powder, salt and black pepper and mix well to combine, then form into 4 equal sized patties. (oval shaped).
a large frying pan over a medium high heat with cooking oil spray, add the patties and lightly brown on each side, remove and set aside.
the gravy has simmered for 20 mins, add to a blender and blend till smooth.
spray the frying pan with cooking oil spray, add the mushrooms and fry until lightly browned.
add in the gravy. Place the salisbury steaks carefully into the gravy and allow to simmer in the gravy for approx 10 minutes until cooked through and the gravy has reduced down and thickened.
sprinkled with some fresh chopped parsley and season as need with salt and black pepper.
Obviously when I say synfree it doesn’t come without a little caveat, which is that per slice you use your Healthy Extra B and just a third of your Healthy Extra A…but that’s a very small price to pay for a proper cheesecake
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In a saucepan bring the stock to the boil and season with salt, pepper and seasoning. 6 tablespoons of fat free fromage frais. Pour the mix into a large oven proof dish and top with 80g of cheese across the top. 6 tablespoons of fat free fromage frais
I saw someone post this recipe but then, as usual lost the post so I scoured the web, looked at a few and wangled one up myself, which is my favouritist thing to do in the kitchen, make a recipe my own and then share with you lovelies