I’ve been playing about with the ingredients in the cupboards this week & I’ve found a winning & tasty combo.
Here’s what you’ll need ……
◾ 2 turkey steaks, diced into small pieces & any fat removed.
◾ 1 tin of peeled plum tomatoes.
◾ 1 tin of Mexican bean mix.
◾ 1 small tin of marrowfat peas.
◾ 1 small tin of chick peas.
◾ Chilli powder, garlic flakes, mixed herbs, salt & pepper to flavour.
I also added a chicken stock cube & also a little squeeze of tomato puree to help thicken the sauce up.
Put everything into your dish & cook for 30 minutes at 180 degrees.
20 minutes in give it a stir & remove the lid for last 10 minutes.
Serve it up with whatever takes your fancy, tonight we opted for brown rice.
Sit back and enjoy! 👌
Given the blustery wet night that’s in it tonights din dins needed to warm us to our cockles, so we broke out the herbs and spices and put together a delicious Spanish Chicken Bake.
Here’s a list of the ingredients you’ll need:
~ 8 chicken legs or thighs.
~ 500g quartered baby potatoes.
~ 2 medium quartered red onions.
~ 1 punnet of cherry tomatoes.
~ 8 whole garlic cloves.
~ 75g of chorizo.
~ 1 red or green pepper cut unto strips.
~ 1/2 tsp smoked paprika.
~ 1/2 tsp oregano.
~ 100g Brie.
~ Sea salt to flavour.
~ Black pepper to flavour.
This will feed 4 people at a cost of £1.65 per person!
~ Preheat oven to 200 degrees whilst you prep the ingredients.
~ Chop up your onions, potatoes, garlic and tomatoes then put into a roasting tin with some salt and pepper for flavour. Roast for 20 minutes.
~ While veg is roasting cut up the chorizo and score the chicken seasoning it with oregano and smoked paprika.
~ Take the veg out of the oven and mix it about basting it all with the juices.
~ Add the chorizo and brie on top of the veg then the chicken on top of chorizo and put back into the oven for 20mins.
~ Take out and baste again adding the peppers, turn up to 220 degrees and roast for a final 20minutes.
I served mine with a mix of quinoa and rice on the side aswell which I cooked with a chicken stock cube for flavour.
Serve it up and sit back and enjoy.
~LoVe & HuGs~
Have you any eyeshadows that you’d love to have in the same colour lippy? Well why don’t we just make some ourselves? It takes 2 minutes & there are as many colour options as we have eyeshadows.
We’ll need a clear lipbalm, a spoon & a lip brush to mix it altogether.
If you’ve made extra then with your brush just paint it on the inside of a vaseline lid or something similar.
We all have an eyeshadow pallette with some bright or loud colours that we wouldn’t necessarily wear on our eyes so why not get use out of them this way, a neutral eye & bold (homemade) lips!
Is this something you’d try out?
Thanks for calling by.
~LoVe & huGs~