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Being a Carnivore myself it seems strange that this week we’re telling you how to use less meat in your food. Yet, with the average price of meat rising, SORTED are offering you ways to still fill your meaty appetite whilst saving the pennies for a rainy day.
First of all, how many of you assumed that when cooking for four mates you would need four chicken breasts? Well I did, one breast for each person. Actually the recommended daily allowance of chicken is less than a breast per person, so share the love and let a mate grab a bit of your breast! Using only three chicken breasts doesn’t seem like a lot but here is the clever part: pack your food with other tasty ingredients such as beans and veg in Smokey Chicken Enchiladas, and you won’t even notice the fact you’re eating less chicken.
When you’re trying to impress, grabbing some beef for your Thai Beef Massaman Curry may not be as expensive as you first thought. Why? Get less beef and fill out the dish with chunky potatoes; a cheap, tasty and healthier option that ‘beefs’ up the dish without ‘milking your wallet dry’ (ok enough cow talk).
Let’s look at some of the health benefits of eating less meat: Although we do not want you to cut out meat altogether (especially as red meat has vitamins that keep you looking good and fighting fit), studies have shown that too much red meat can be detrimental to your health. So it’s good news all round for SORTED’s recipes so far!
Even you Pescetarians don’t get out of this one. The Smoked Haddock Frittata recipe tells you how to use less of the strong-tasting fish, creating a great flavourful dish that is cheap enough to be an addition to your picnic.
This week in our SORTED meal plan we’re stretching the meat so you don’t have to stretch your budget.
Ever Wondered: if you could lead a cow upstairs?? Yes you can, a cow can be lead upstairs with ease but unfortunately, cows cannot walk back down the stairs. It goes without saying that this carries a ‘don’t try this at home’ disclaimer unless you want a permanent cow shaped object in your bedroom.