The spices in this basic dish will make your taste buds dance, and simultaneously boost that metabolism, if that’s what you’re into. But mostly, it just tastes good.
Time: I did it in 45 minutes Serves: 4.. adjust ingredients to suit your crowd
Ingredients: Extra virgin olive oil, a chopped onion, a chopped/crushed garlic clove, some chopped/crushed fresh ginger, cumin, cayenne pepper, turmeric, paprika, curry powder, dash of cinnamon, beef mince, salt, spinach. a couple of eggs, a couple of dollops of coconut cream. Cooked brown rice, turmeric, salt.
Steps: Saute onions, garlic and ginger in olive oil on a medium heat. Add all spices and some salt and continue to cook, stirring, until aromatic. Add your beef mince and continue to stir from time to time until it is almost cooked through. Stir through a wad of baby spinach (or your favourite leafy greens!). Combine cooked brown rice (quinoa or your favourite grain will work too), some olive oil and a dash of turmeric in a baking dish. Layer mince mixture on top of rice. Combine eggs, coconut cream and some salt in a jug, then pour on top of the mince. Crack some sea salt on top if you please. Bake for about 20-30 minutes on about 200 degrees celsius until the egg has cooked. Serve with your favourite steamed greens ~