I love a good chilli and it can’t be beaten when you have some lovely big nachos to scoop with!
I’ve recently started making a cheats version of home made nachos, simply cut up some tortilla wraps, drizzle in oil (I use chilli oil) and bake for 5minutes on 180 fan. (Be careful as they can quickly burn)
They are totally tasty with a great crunchy texture.
Movie night came round again and last night we watched “what strangers do in the night” (great film) and had very stereotypical “movie” food.
I went with hotdogs, Chilli dogs to be exact. They are cheap, easy and fitting.
However the last couple of times I have had them I wasn’t keen and sadly last night affirmed these feelings of displeadment. Yuk! Not keen at all, hotdigs shall not be making an appearance in my kitchen for a while!
And erm yes, lambrini played its part! It’s a bit of a guilty pleasure! 😉
For anyone who has read my blog before you may have seen that mid week I have a Movie Night. For me, Movie Night is an excuse to stray away from healthy eating and to have a little splurge on the dark side!
Last night however, the meal wasn’t too unhealthy but it still felt naughty enough to be indulgent.
Chilli and home made nacho chips
This was a hodge podge recipe really, made up of things I had to hand.
- I fried some onion, Chilli and Tomato.
- Made a base using beef stock, chili powder and paprika and let this summer for 30 minutes
- Added the onion mix to the stock along with kidney beans, a dash of ketchup, bbq sauce, worstershire sauce and Quarn mince. I let this simmer for 40 minutes to infuse
- Boiled some rice
- Cut plain white wraps into triangles, coated in olive oil and Paprika and baked on 180 for 10 minutes
- Served! (With sour cream)
Firstly, this could have been made quicker but depth of flavor may not have been as strong.
Secondly, Quarn mince is great! Gav didn’t even know it wasn’t beef.
Third, these home made chips are amazing. Crisp, flavor full and lower cals/fat than bag bought.
A tasty night indeed!
Dinner in under 10 minutes? Yes indeed!
- Boil the kettle
- Mix couscous with Chilli powder, paprika, salt and pepper
- Add the boiling water, cover and leave to soak up the moisture
- Fry red onion, Chilli, tomato and Beef strips in olive oil for 5 minutes
- Serve the Couscous and Beef mixture with a sprinkle of Corrinder
Boom! 10 minutes down and a healthy, flavorful tea ready to devour!