Hearty, filling meals that don't break the bank are welcome recipes for everyone, but they're especially useful for students.
This simple beef ragù will easily feed a hungry crowd - and you really don't need much sauce per serving. To make it go even further, try adding a small handful of lentils, some stock or another tin of tomatoes, and lots of chopped vegetables such as carrots, celery and mushrooms.
A few rashers of chopped streaky bacon fried in with the onions make another tasty addition. And don't use the leanest mince - about 10% fat gives a good balance of fat and flavour. Any leftovers will also freeze well.
|Typical Values||per 100g||per 360g serving|
|Energy ||107 kcal |
|386 kcal |
of which saturates
|2.4 g |
|8.7 g |
of which sugars
|10 g |
|37 g |
|Fibre||1.1 g ||3.9 g |
|Protein||9.3 g ||34 g |
|Salt||0.1 g ||0.5 g |
Eating lean beef increases your iron intake and is a great source of rich protein. It also contains vitamin B12 which aids in red blood cell production.
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