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It’s been a bit hectic around SORTED lately, what with the new HQ and the brand spanking new kitchen, plus we’ve also been delivering a recipe every day to you fantastic people. Anyway, it just seems that there isn’t enough time in the day. So we’ve been picking our brains… Well Ben has… and we have developed a magical 3 in 1 meal pack, which means that you cook 1 meal, and you actually get 3 different meals out of it. What more could you ask for?
To kick things off we have an absolutely awesome, yet inexpensive alternative to a Sunday roast. We are using a cheap but delicious cut of pork belly which costs around £5/Kg compared to most Lamb equivalents, which come in at around at least £10/Kg. However, price has no relation to taste and who wouldn’t rather some crispy cracking crackling to accompany a bit of fresh veg and some apple mash? This is a one pot roast that will also provide the basis for another part of the meal pack.
Day two we will be using the Jacket potatoes that we cooked along with the pork belly on day 1. These stuffed potato skins are great for those inevitable days when you get in after a hard day’s work and just cannot face cooking dinner. Well, luckily enough all you have to do is take a few of your everyday items that you have in the fridge, mix it all together, and hey presto you have a filling; a hassle free meal that is ready in minutes.
Finally we have a scrumptious spring green soup that utilises stock and veg left over from day 1. This recipe is really easy, once again using everyday items. This is a great one for when it’s a little bit chilly and you need something to warm you up.
And there you have it, we can’t magic up any more time in the day but we can give you three great dishes over three days and hopefully save you some time and money along the way.
Kopi Luwak is the most expensive coffee in the world that costs a whopping $120-$600. The beans come from a Civet’s (No I’ve never heard of one either) poo. The Civet eats ripe berries and excrete part digested beans, which are collected and then sold. That’s all well and good, but what I want to know is… Who picked them out of the poo and tasted them in the first place???