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Jevon's Meat Slop

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Serves 1 - 8 Portions

My son Jevon named this recipe as he liked it alot and it's quick and easy to do in one pot. you can also adjust the amounts to suit your own family.

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  • adjust the recipe amounts to suit your family
  • Ingredients
  • 2 pkts frozen cocktail sausages (cooked)
  • 2 pkts tesco value middle bacon (grilled and chopped)
  • 3 x 420g tins baked beans (in tom sauce)
  • 1 400g chopped tomatoes (including juice)
  • 1 onion (finely chopped and fried)
  • 1 punnet ready sliced mushrooms (fried in butter)
  • 1 red pepper (de-seeded and chopped to your liking) optional
  • 1 garlic clove (minced)
  • 4 large potatoes (cut and cooked)
  • 2 - 3 sachets new tesco's sausage casserole (make up as directions on packet)


    1. if you don't want to add potatoes you could put them straight on the plates or bowls before serving.
    2. put all the ingredients together in a stock pot.
    3. add as much liquid as you need, made up by the sachets.
    4. mix well, add lid and cook through on low heat until the flavours have combined and hot.
    5. serve and enjoy.

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2nd May, 2010
The reason for the Name is because My son's name is Jevon, It has meat in it and it has quite alot of liquid which makes it sloppy. Hence the name Meat Slop. The whole Idea of the recipe is to chuck together all the things the family like to eat in the one pot, so that when you have a day that you don't know what to cook or don't fancy cooking or even have unexpectant visitors that often happens in our house at the last minute you are dishing up, there is plenty to go around. My youngest son Kalen doesn't like tin tomatoes, but in this because of all the flavours mixed together he asks when we are having it again. If doing something likes this helps the Kids to eat all their food the what difference does it make that it sounds like a desperate student recipe, some of the student recipes I have actually tried and they are cheap and easy just like this one, some of us like tasty one pot meals that is cheap and easy, and don't critisized others until we have tried it at least.
27th Apr, 2010
I only looked at this recipe because of the disgusting name, I was intrigued to discover what exactly it was. This reads very much like a desperate student recipe - sorry, but I won't be trying this.
25th Apr, 2010
I forgot to mention The bacon was also cut into big pieces.
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