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Leek Curry Oven Dish with Minced Meat

Winter is coming and that means we can enjoy delicious warm casserole dishes again! We at Lowcarbchef love casserole dishes. Oven dishes often contain a lot of vegetables, are easy to make and taste very good! Another big advantage is that you don't have to do so many dishes. We have therefore shared many casserole recipes on our site.

We are expanding this collection with a new recipe: a leek curry casserole with minced meat! Leek curry oven dish Earlier we shared a recipe for a leek curry dish with cauliflower puree. This recipe was well liked. However, there were still a number of people who prefer to make the dish without cauliflower. That's why we came up with a new variation. The same base, but without cauliflower puree. Instead, we added bacon, egg and cream. The result is a hearty oven dish with a delicious spicy taste.

Tips With this recipe you can make a leek curry casserole for about 4 people. You can supplement this basic recipe as you wish. For example, you can add extra vegetables or replace the meat with a vegetarian alternative. You can keep the casserole in the fridge for a few days after preparation or freeze it! I hope you like it. Check out our other main dishes for more inspiration.

 

Ingredients

500 gr lean ground beef

125 gr bacon strips

4 stalks leeks

250 gr mushrooms

4 tsp curry powder

3 eggs (M)

100 ml whipped cream

75 gr grated cheese

salt and pepper to taste

Preparation method

Preheat the oven to 190 degrees. Then add the smoked bacon strips to a frying pan and fry until crispy. Drain the excess fat and then add the ground beef.

Bake the minced meat. Meanwhile, cut the mushrooms and leek into small pieces and add this to the frying pan along with the curry. Fry the vegetables until al dente, stirring constantly. Meanwhile, beat the eggs in a large bowl with the whipped cream. Add the grated cheese and season with salt and pepper.

Place the leek-mince mixture in an oven dish and pour the beaten eggs over it. Bake the oven dish for about 25 minutes in the preheated oven. Cut the dish into 4 pieces after baking and enjoy!

Nutritional values

Serving Size: 1/4 of the Dish

Calories: 595

Fat: 42.3

Carbs: 8.7

Protein: 42.8

Preparation time: 15

Cooking time: 35

Total time: 50

Servings: 4 servings

Category: Main course

Check out our other main dishes for more inspiration.

 


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