I’ve spent the last couple of days trying a few recipes of late so that I can create some big nutritious and delicious dinners to last a couple of nights. Whilst I have the time, it’s time to bulk up the freezer. Those days when you get home late or just can’t be bothered it’s great to have something you can call on. It actually makes great sense but like anything it’s just about making time to do it!
This classic cottage pie with a difference was a winner. I worked off Prof Tim Noakes recipe from The Real Meal Revolution recipe book but improvised quite a bit. Following recipes (besides when I’m baking) is not one of my strengths:)
My sous chief and I made the meaty and vege mix and let it simmer for nearly an hour sucking up the juice. To keep up with my wholefood philosophy we used cauliflower mash with a sprinkle of nutmeg for the topping, which was yum. There are so many different combinations you can use with this recipe and the great thing is as well you can bulk it out to make a couple of decent dinners and left over lunches. That’s winning to me!