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Cheap cut recipes

34 Recipes

Slow-cooked recipes using good-value cuts of meat.

Mango chicken, bean & rice bake


(22 ratings)

Drumsticks are ideal for an all-in-one traybake - the rice, beans and spicy seasoning make it a little like Caribbean jerk chicken
  • 1 hour and 30 mins
  • Easy

Chicken liver & chorizo open sandwich


(3 ratings)

A thrifty, speedy supper for two - allow time for the Spanish sausage to add its paprika flavour to the creamy garlic and sherry sauce
  • 35 mins
  • Easy

Braised beef in honey & soy


(5 ratings)

This sticky braise is a great way to feed a table full of people, and you can make it ahead for extra ease too
  • 4 hours and 30 mins
  • More effort

Chinese-style braised beef one-pot


(171 ratings)

Great for casual entertaining, when you fancy a warming beef stew but with some more vibrant flavours
  • 2 hours and 40 mins
  • Easy

Devilled cheek & kidney pot pie


(0 ratings)

Try beef cheek and lamb or ox kidney is this sumptuous pie with homemade pastry. Use a piece of bone marrow as a pie funnel - it's a talking point!
  • 3 hours and 50 mins
  • More effort

Irish stew


(43 ratings)

The trick with this classic one-pot is to use a cheaper cut of meat, which means you’ll skimp on price but not quality
  • 2 hours and 30 mins
  • Easy

Oriental duck salad


(6 ratings)

Who says a duck supper has to be expensive? Make your meat go further with this flavour-packed salad
  • 40 mins
  • Easy


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