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SPICY CHIPOTLE BEEF & SWEET POTATO

SPICY SMOKEY GROUND BEEF SERVED WITH ROASTED SWEET POTATO. ADD A SPRINKLE OF CREAMY GOATS CHEESE TO TAKE THIS DISH TO THE NEXT LEVEL

SPICY CHIPOTLE BEEF

SERVES: 4

INGREDIENTS:

  • 1 Pack (approx 450g) organic ground beef

  • One clove of garlic, minced

  • One red bell pepper, diced

  • One red onion diced

  • Quarter cup of chopped fresh coriander

  • Two tbsp spicy chipotle sauce

  • Half tsp chilli powder

  • One tbsp tomato paste

  • Salt & pepper to taste

  • Four sweet potatoes

 

OPTIONAL:

  • Crumbled goats cheese if you can tolerate dairy

  • Rocket salad leaves to serve

  • Chili flakes

  • Guacamole to serve

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Preheat your fan oven to 180 degrees. Wash & dry the sweet potatoes and place onto a lined baking tray. Place in the oven for around 45mins to an hour (depending upon the size of the potatoes) or until a knife cuts through easily and the flesh is soft.

  2. Meanwhile prep your ingredients and begin cooking the dish once the potatoes have around 25mins remaining.

  3. Heat a large sauté pan with a drop of oil over a medium heat. Add the diced bell pepper and sauté for one minute, then add the minced garlic and diced onion and continue to cook for another 5mins, until the onions and peppers are soft.

  4. Add the ground beef and continue to cook until browned, around 10mins. Then add a generous pinch of salt and black pepper, chilli powder, tomato paste, Chipotle paste and chopped coriander. Mix well and continue to cook through. Taste and add extra seasoning or chilli flakes if required.

  5. Keep the spicy beef Chipotle warm over a low heat until the potatoes are baked and soft.

  6. Serve the beef over the sliced open roasted sweet potatoes and garnish with extra fresh coriander and a side of rocket salad leaves. If you can tolerate dairy crumble some mild and creamy goats cheese over the dish and allow to melt into the beef. The cool creaminess from the cheese works very well with the spicy heat of the beef. Otherwise try some creamy homemade guacamole instead.