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Sloppy JoesSloppy Joes

Chef

:Vicky Ratnani

Recipe Servings

:2

Recipe Cook Time

:35 Minutes
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Crusty bread topped with a delicious lamb mince, roasted eggplants and cheddar cheese. Combine this with a beer or some fizzy drink and you're sorted.

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Ingredients

  • 1 loaf crusty bread or 2-3 slices white bread

    2 Tbsp cheddar cheese


    For the mince:

    1 onion

    1" knob of ginger

    3 cloves garlic

    1 green chillies

    1 Tbsp oil

    200 gm lamb mince(keema)

    1 tsp zeera powder

    1 tsp rosemary

    Salt, to taste

    1/4 th cup red wine

    1 cup tomato juice

    1 potato, boiled, mashed

    Coriander leaves, chopped

    1 tomato, chopped


    For the eggplants:

    3 baby eggplants

    1 tsp zeera powder

    1 tsp oil

    Salt, a pinch

Method

For the eggplants:

Slice the baby eggplants. Place them on a baking tray.

Drizzle some oil, zeera powder and salt.

Bake for 7-10minutes at 200 degrees C.


For the mince:

In a blender make a fine paste of the onion, ginger, garlic and green chilli.

In a pan add oil, the onion mixture. Saute till onions start to turn pink.

Add the lamb mince. Cook till meat starts turning brown. Add zeera powder, rosemary & salt.

Add some red wine and tomato juice. Let it reduce.

Add the boiled potato, the baked eggplants, coriander and tomato.

Cook for 2-3 minutes.


Plating up:


On a baking tray place 1/2 a loaf of bread (slit lengthwise).

Drizzle some olive oil on it.

Add the mince on it.

Sprinkle some cheddar cheese.

Bake for 10-15 minutes or till the cheese melts at 180-200 degree C.

Key Ingredients: Bread, Cheddar Cheese, Onion, Ginger, Garlic, Green Chillies, Vegetable Oil, Cumin Seeds, Rosemary, Salt, Red Wine, Tomato, Potatoes, Coriander Leaves, Eggplant, Keema

How to make : Sloppy Joes

Who knew minced meat and eggplant on bread could taste this good? Watch Vicky Ratnani make Sloppy Joes.



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