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There’s more to savory mince than spaghetti bolognese which is often considered the ultimate comfort food and with all that amazing mince flavor, melted cheese, and yummy pasta it’s no wonder it’s such a popular meal.
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However, mince also makes up many other delicious and easy dishes and because it freezes well, mince is a great freezable meal option.
How To Make Savory Mince From Scratch
It’s super easy to make mince from scratch. If you follow my blog you’ll know that I always cook from scratch and I am a huge fan of easy recipes. The less complicated the better! So, like all my other recipes my savory mince recipe is simple, gluten-free, few-ingredient, and a fast meal to prepare.
I fry fresh minced garlic, coriander, salt, and a little olive oil together to create flavor. Then, I add the mince and let it soak up all that great taste. When it’s browned and starts to catch I add some water, tomato sauce, and a touch of mayonnaise. Then I let that simmer for a few minutes and it’s done.
The mince dish takes about 35 minutes from start to finish and it’s always a good idea to cook more than you need. That way you have a good start on some make-ahead meals and you only had to cook once. Two birds with one stone kind of thing 😉
Also, if you’re gluten intolerant/allergic or have celiac disease then it’s ALWAYS a good thing to have pre-cooked meals ready. You never know when you’ll need one and it’s best to be prepared so that you don’t get accidentally glutened.
5 Easy Meals To Make With Mince
1. Savory Pancakes Topped With Mince
Are you a pancake person? We definitely are! While we love sweet pancake recipes we often crave a savory pancake breakfast. Because of my husband’s autoimmune condition we make Gluten-Free Pancakes which are easy to do and light and fluffy. So whip up some savory pancakes pair them with mince and you have an awesome taste-bud tantalizing breakfast. Recipe –> Savory Pancakes Topped With Beef Mince
2. Mince & Butternut Bake
I started making this Beef Mince & Butternut Bake when my husband was diagnosed with celiac. Besides being delicious on its own, butternut also works well as a filler. In this easy oven-baked recipe I layer mashed butternut and mince and the result is just so good! All you need is boiled mashed butternut, your pre-cooked beef mince, and, of course, cheese for the topping because according to my husband, everything needs cheese! Recipe –> Coming Soon
3. Oven-baked Stuffed Tomatoes
If you like oven-baked meals, Stuffed Tomatoes are simple to make and a great dish to serve guests. You need two or three large tomatoes per person and can serve them with or without a side dish. The presentation of oven-baked stuffed tomatoes is impressive but the recipe is easy! All you do is slice off the top of the tomatoes, scoop out the insides, and then fill them with savory mince and par-cooked rice. Bake them in the oven until the tomatoes are soft and serve hot. So tasty! Recipe –> Coming soon
4. Savory Mince & Egg Scramble
Topped with spinach, this Mince & Egg Scramble is a power-packed healthy breakfast or snack. Besides being a great gluten-free energy-filled meal it’s five minutes to make and is so yum! Recipe –> Coming soon
5. Classic Lasagna
One of the most divine meals to make with mince is Lasagna. The creamy sauce, grilled cheese topping, and mince and pasta filling, combine in the most delectable way. Lasagna is one of the best hot winter meals around and with your precooked savory mince, it’s super easy to throw together and pop in the oven. For a non-gluten-free recipe check out this Lasagna. You can always make it using gluten-free pasta.
Delicious, Savory Beef Mince Recipe
Simple Savory Beef MinceCourse: About
Flavorful savory beef mince that is delicious and easy to cook. Pair it with different side dishes for variation and don’t forget to freeze some for later!
2 tsp Gluten-Free Coriander
2 tsp Gluten-Free Salt
1 & 1/2 Tbsp Fresh Garlic
2 Tbsp Olive Oil
1 kg Beef Mince
1/4 cup Gluten-Free Tomato Sauce
2 Tbsp Gluten-Free Mayonnaise
Water (amount depends on your preferred thickness)
- Fry the coriander, salt, and fresh garlic in the olive oil for 2-5 minutes.
- Next add the mince, tomato sauce, and mayonnaise and cook until it catches a little.
- Then add some water and let it simmer for 5 – 10 minutes.
- Serve with any of the above options and enjoy.