Economical and tasty. Warming hotpot made with lean beef mince, red cabbage, potato slices and beef stock. Cook gently and serve with crusty bread to mop up the flavoursome juices.
I thought this was really delicious and so comforting. I doubled the recipe and made in a large glass casserole dish. I think I probably seasoned more than the recipe called for, adding salt and pepper and tasting after each addition but it turned out well. I also added about a tsp and a half of Worcestershire sauce and that flavour really came through at the end so I would recommend doing that. Overall, this is something that is economical and uses ingredients I either have on hand or can easily purchase and the end result is wonderful. Thank you for this recipe! - 24 Feb 2015
I cooked this last night to use up a red cabbage, very very tasty! I did cheat a bit though as I thought it might be bland, so added some flaked chillies to the mince mixture and topped it with mash and a small amount of cheese! - 12 Jan 2013
Lovely recipe, easily made. Luckily I had most products in my cupboards (swapping Red Cabbage for White and adding some Green Beans). I also didn't have beef stock [couldn't be bothered with the trip to the shop!] So I added a bit of Beef Gravy to Vegetable Stock, which worked perfectly! It tasted delicious, and I'm not very good at adding flavour to dishes, I'm so happy with this one! I put 4 stars because I didn't cook it exactly to the recipe, but my twist tasted to a 5! :] - 26 Apr 2013