Jaffels Two Ways

Jaffels - bring back this old favourite with a twist!

 

Prep Time10 minsCook Time1 hr

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size medium

Servings 8

Ingredients:
 240 g First Choice Cheddar Cheese, grated
 1 loaf wholewheat bread, sliced
 First Choice Butter Spread
For the mince:
 5 ml oil
 1 onion, chopped
 500 g lean mince meat
 100 ml water
 5 ml masala curry powder
 2 ml paprika
 5 ml tumeric
 10 ml hot chutney
 2 ml crushed garlic
 salt & pepper
For the vegetables:
 5 ml olive oil
 1 red pepper, sliced
 100 g mushrooms, sliced
 spinach
 5 ml vegetable spice

Directions:
For the mince:
1

In a pan, fry the onion until cooked.

2

Add mince, spices, garlic and chutney. Mix well and fry for 30 minutes or until cooked. If the mincemeat is too dry, add water.

3

Remove from the heat once cooked and set aside.

For the Vegetables:
4

In a pan, fry the peppers until half cooked.

5

Add mushrooms and vegetable spice and fry until the mushrooms are soft. Remove from the heat and set aside.

For the Jaffels:
6

Place the jaffel pan over a medium to high heat to warm up (using a gas stove).

7

Butter each slice of bread on one side.

8

Grease the pan with baking spray and place a slice of bread (buttered side down) on the jaffel pan.

9

Place a scoop of mince or veggies on top, top with grated cheese, and finish off with a slice of bread (buttered side up). We also added some more chutney with the mince jaffels.

10

Close the jaffel pan and use a butter knife to push down the edges.

11

Place over the heat until golden brown on both sides.

Ingredients

Ingredients:
 240 g First Choice Cheddar Cheese, grated
 1 loaf wholewheat bread, sliced
 First Choice Butter Spread
For the mince:
 5 ml oil
 1 onion, chopped
 500 g lean mince meat
 100 ml water
 5 ml masala curry powder
 2 ml paprika
 5 ml tumeric
 10 ml hot chutney
 2 ml crushed garlic
 salt & pepper
For the vegetables:
 5 ml olive oil
 1 red pepper, sliced
 100 g mushrooms, sliced
 spinach
 5 ml vegetable spice

Directions

Directions:
For the mince:
1

In a pan, fry the onion until cooked.

2

Add mince, spices, garlic and chutney. Mix well and fry for 30 minutes or until cooked. If the mincemeat is too dry, add water.

3

Remove from the heat once cooked and set aside.

For the Vegetables:
4

In a pan, fry the peppers until half cooked.

5

Add mushrooms and vegetable spice and fry until the mushrooms are soft. Remove from the heat and set aside.

For the Jaffels:
6

Place the jaffel pan over a medium to high heat to warm up (using a gas stove).

7

Butter each slice of bread on one side.

8

Grease the pan with baking spray and place a slice of bread (buttered side down) on the jaffel pan.

9

Place a scoop of mince or veggies on top, top with grated cheese, and finish off with a slice of bread (buttered side up). We also added some more chutney with the mince jaffels.

10

Close the jaffel pan and use a butter knife to push down the edges.

11

Place over the heat until golden brown on both sides.

Jaffels Two Ways
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