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Macaroni with minced meat tastes great

Macaroni with minced meat

 

Macaroni with minced meat is a simple dish with a lot of flavour. It is cheap, saturate many and it is a quick dinner. This is, inter alia, a perfect everyday dinner. It can also be frozen, but stays well for a few days in the fridge. Leftovers are also suitable for lunch. The recipe – dinner for approx. 4 persons.

 

Ingredients

400 g of minced meat
2 tablespoons butter
8 dl macaroni
1 clove of garlic
½ onions
1-teaspoon salt
0.5 tsp pepper
½ – 1 tsp grinded dried chilli

 

Sauce

2 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons flour plain or spelt
5 dl milk
Salt
Pepper
1-tablespoon oregano
150-200 g grated cheese (The ripe ones give better taste, e.g. Gruyère)

Garnish

Finely chopped chives

 

Directions:
  1. Cook macaroni as instructed on the package.
  2. Fry the minced meat in butter or oil.
  3. Season with salt, pepper and chili.
  4. Finely chop the onions, and fry them with the minced meat.
  5. When the minced meat is done, put in the onions, and fry for additional two-three minutes. Until the onion are translucent.

 

The sauce

  1. This is a standard white sauce or bechamelsaus. Start by melting the butter.
  2. Use a whisk and stir in the flour until you get a lump-free mixture.
  3. Dilute with the milk whilst whipping.
  4. Add the oregano. (Dried oregano gives better taste when you put it in at an early stage).
  5. Bring the sauce to a boil, and let is simmer for 3-4 minutes. Season with salt and pepper.

 

Assembly

  1. Mix the white sauce with the cooked macaroni and the minced meat.
  2. Pour it all into a refractory mould.
  3. Sprinkle evenly over with cheese.

 

Bake; 200˚C lower groove for approx. 15 min

 

Served: Sprinkle over with finely chopped chives. Then immediately, preferably with a small salad.

Allergy: Neither gluten- or lactose-free. For a gluten-free option substitute with gluten-free macaroni and use gluten-free flour for the white sauce.  Similarly easy to make lactose free by using lactose-free milk. High FODMAP is due to macaroni, milk and onions. If you are using gluten-free macaroni, lactose-free milk and spelled flour as well as skip the onions you will get a low FODMAP. You can add onion flavour by using a little dried ramson onion in the sauce, and use the green part of spring onion.

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