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How to cook mince meat????

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Fry it in a pan till brown with some mushrooms and peppers. Then add some tomato puree / sauce and simmer for 5-10 mins. Done. That's how I do mine anyway.

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Fry it in a pan till brown with some mushrooms and peppers. Then add some tomato puree / sauce and simmer for 5-10 mins. Done. That's how I do mine anyway.

Your body looks like C.Hills body in his avi, like your avi!

I'd throw in some garlic, maybe a clove finely chopped. Mmmm.

Don't forget some crusty tiger bread!

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excellent cheers people

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How to cook mince meat????

help

Fry it in a pan till brown...
excellent cheers people
Am I seeing things :lol:

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Mix with an egg and chopped onion, maybe a bit of cheese, form into burgers, leave 20mins to set, then grill, griddle or fry!

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Your body looks like C.Hills body in his avi, like your avi!

Not sure who C.Hills is as I don't come on here that often. Just lurk occasionally and keep record of my journal lol. Have been on more lately though. But thanks mate :).

Am I seeing things :lol:

Was quite an obvious answer to quite a simple question wasn't it lol. Suppose you could grill mince but it would be a bit messy I imagine lol.

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Grill it

Takes a while balancing the pieces on the wire tray, but is so worthwhile

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Was quite an obvious answer to quite a simple question wasn't it lol

Yes mate, thought your answer was spot on...

Suppose you could grill mince but it would be a bit messy I imagine lol.

Pretty much what I was envisaging the OP doing tbh lol

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i can barely make cheese on toast so cooking mince is pretty complex stuff for me

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Mate the way I do it is just flattening it down on some foil on a baking tray like one giant beef burger. Season with a bit of salt and pepper and then grill it for about 10-15 minutes. I scrape off the fat that builds up at the sides and discard it. Cook it well done to ensure as much fat has been burned off as possible! Have it with brown rice and broccoli. Top bulking food!!!

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mix the mince with finely chopped onion, finely chopped green pepper, some crushed garlic, dried sage, some mixed herbs, salt and pepper, a pinch of chilli powder and an egg.

make into either burgers or meatballs.

cook in oven until they look ready.

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Mate the way I do it is just flattening it down on some foil on a baking tray like one giant beef burger. Season with a bit of salt and pepper and then grill it for about 10-15 minutes. I scrape off the fat that builds up at the sides and discard it. Cook it well done to ensure as much fat has been burned off as possible! Have it with brown rice and broccoli. Top bulking food!!!

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Nice one mate I'm definitely going to start doing this daily

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mix the mince with finely chopped onion, finely chopped green pepper, some crushed garlic, dried sage, some mixed herbs, salt and pepper, a pinch of chilli powder and an egg.

make into either burgers or meatballs.

cook in oven until they look ready.

thanks mate, what is the egg for?

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i can barely make cheese on toast so cooking mince is pretty complex stuff for me

make the effort to learn to cook mate. it makes eatin a strict diet a lot lot easier.

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thanks mate, what is the egg for?

Bind it together... the burgers would fall apart otherwise.

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thanks mate, what is the egg for?

Binds the mince to stop is falling apart when cooking or eating.

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right I see. And yeah i should learn to cook properly lol

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Fry it in a pan till brown with some mushrooms and peppers. Then add some tomato puree / sauce and simmer for 5-10 mins. Done. That's how I do mine anyway.

id stay away from the white bread

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boil it

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boil it

even when bulking?

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The way I do it (I'm not bulking mind!) is fry some choppped onion, bung in sliced mushrooms, some garlic, then the mince. Once cooked add some chopped tomatoes, tomato puree, bit of worcestershire sauce, beef stock and herbs (sage, basil, oregano, marjoram, tiny bit of ground ginger & nutmeg - I love my herbs!) That's how do my bolognaise.

For burgers - mush up with an egg, lots of pepper and tiny bit of salt, mould into burgers and bung in the oven for 20 mins :)

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Bind it together... the burgers would fall apart otherwise.

I dont add an egg to mine and they dont fall apart id say thats optional

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The way I do it (I'm not bulking mind!) is fry some choppped onion, bung in sliced mushrooms, some garlic, then the mince. Once cooked add some chopped tomatoes, tomato puree, bit of worcestershire sauce, beef stock and herbs (sage, basil, oregano, marjoram, tiny bit of ground ginger & nutmeg - I love my herbs!) That's how do my bolognaise.

For burgers - mush up with an egg, lots of pepper and tiny bit of salt, mould into burgers and bung in the oven for 20 mins :)

Do you not find when using chopped tomatoes that it goes a bit watery when its on your plate?

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