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38 FOOD Issue 56 / 2013 CHEAP & CHEERFUL WINTER RECIPES We're aware that the cold weather necessitates really tasty comfort food which doesn't break the bank - here are two of our favourite budget dishes which will really hit the spot 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. First thing you need to do is pierce your two potatoes with a fork and put them into the oven to let bake for an hour. After about 40 minutes of baking, cut up one diced chicken into small pieces and place in a hot pan. Whilst the chicken is cooking cut up the bacon again into small pieces and throw it in the pan. Let the meat cook through, then add the Carbonara sauce and let it simmer for around five minutes. The next step is to take the potatoes out of the oven and cut them in half. Spoon the potato out from the middle so that there is space to put in the filling, making sure you leave enough potato around the edges. Once the mixer has finished simmering, spoon it equally into the potato skins. Take the grated cheese and sprinkle it over the skins then put them into the oven for around 10 minutes to let the cheese melt. Once the cheese is perfectly melted, take the skins out and enjoy. First thing you need to do is cook the mince in a hot pan, whilst the mince is cooking away add half a chopped onion to the pan. As the mince and onions are being cooked add the peas to the pan. Once everything in the pan has been cooked add 400g of chopped tomatoes. At the same time as the pan is simmering away make half a mug of gravy. Once the gravy is made, pour it into the pan and add a bit of extra flavour with tomato puree. The amount of chilli powder you want to use will vary from person to person. Some like it hot and some more mild so it's best to check with who is going to be eating it! Having put all the ingredients in the pan, let everything simmer for around 10 minutes. The next step is to prepare what you would like inside your burrito. Multiple things can be added, for example, lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream, cheese etc. The final step is to heat up the tortillas, this is usually around 8 seconds per tortillas, but read the instructions to be safe. Now everything has been cooked, add the chilli and toppings to the tortilla wraps and enjoy. CREAMY CHICKEN, BACON AND CHEESE POTATO SKINS What you need for this recipe: • • • • • 2 baked potatoes 1 piece of diced chicken 1 rasher of bacon 2 tbl spoons of carbonara sauce grated cheese CHILLI BURRITOS What you need for this recipe: • 500g mince • chopped onion • 2tbs frozen peas • 290g chilli beans • 400g chopped tomato • mug of gravy • Tomato puree • Chilli powder • Grated cheese • 8 Tortillas

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