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Hayley's Food Column

by Hayley (writer), Middlesbrough, UK, December 02, 2009

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1st December Food Column

With the nights drawing in earlier and the ice starting to appear, you need hearty warm food to keep you going.

Here is a casserole recipe that will warm and it cost less than a fiver. And its so easy to make that santa wont need any help at all from his elves.

Winter Warming Casserole

500g Casserole Beef

1 x Packet of a Casserole Vegetable Mix

5 x Medium Sized New Potatoes

1 tsp Thyme

Salt & Pepper

½ tsp Chilli Flakes

Gravy Powder

2 x Beef Stock Cubes

Water

In a casserole pan, lightly fry the beef in a little oil until browned. Add the casserole vegetable mix, potatoes, thyme, salt, pepper and chilli. Then add the 2 beef stock cubes and enough water to completely cover the ingredients then place lid on pan and put in the oven at 180 degrees or gas mark 5 for 4 hours.

In a jug add 2 tbsp of gravy powder and 400ml water. After 4 hours remove from oven and add the gravy mix and stir. Then place back in the oven with the lid back on for a further 1 hour and 30 mins.

I usually serve this delightful casserole in a giant Yorkshire pudding.

Keep checking back and I will be putting up a new version of my food column on a weekly basis.



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