Easy Student Mince Crumble
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Easy Student Mince Crumble

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Serves 2

Another Squaccy's Student Recipes using mince, gravy and veggies under a savoury crumble topping.

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  • Beef or Lamb Mince. Students will probably use beef as its cheaper!
  • 1-2 Handfuls of Mixed Frozen Veg
  • 2 Beef oxo cubes
  • 1 pint of water
  • Seasoning (salt, pepper, mixed herbs)
  • Lea perrins sauce
  • OPTIONAL: Branston Pickle.
  • 200g Plain Flour
  • 100g butter
  • 30g Cheese


    1. Pre Heat the oven to 180c. Cook your mince until brown. Drain away the fat and put into a deep pie/pudding oven proof dish. Mix in the frozen veg, crumble the oxo cubes over the mixture then add the water, lea perrins sauce and seasoning. Mix well.
    2. Then make the topping. Put the flour and butter into a bowl and rub together to look like breadcrumbs. If it sticks too much add a bit more flour. When you have the breadcrumb like mixture, stir in the cheese
    3. Put the topping carefully on top of your mince mixture and bake in the oven for about 30 mins or until the top is golden and crunchy.
    4. best served on a salad bed or with Easy Student Potato Wedges.

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