As the name suggests, this has a messy appearance—a Bolognese mixture served between wholemeal rolls—but it's a recipe all the family will love, and the filling can be prepared ahead or frozen. Lean minced chicken is listed here as a healthy alternative to minced beef, but you could use either.
Sweet capsicums and warm spices flavour this dish, made with chicken mince rather than the traditional beef for a lower fat content, and served on spaghetti to boost the carbohydrate value.
This is a wonderful Cantonese dish and a great way to use up leftover chicken, beef and pork. The accompanying sauce is simple and flavourful.
This is a recipe that my sister cooked in Home Ec at high school. Its since become one of my favourite recipes. For the mince, pork or turkey are really good, but you could use chicken or beef also. If you use red cabbage instead of normal cabbage the whole dish turns purple (but still tastes the same).
I have abandoned beef mince in favour of healthier options such as chicken and turkey mince. I can assure you that with the perfect ingredients these will not be bland nor dry - you will not be missing the beef here.