Zucchini with mincemeat

This stir fry zucchini with mincemeat is so delicious. It’s not too hard to make. You can prepare, the ground beefs, the night before to have a better taste of the meat texture. Just cut the ground beefs into small pieces and then blend it into small pieces. Put it into a bowl, marinate the mincemeat and set it in the fridge. Zucchini has to cook until it is tender. It depends on the size and the thickness of the zucchini’s how you cut it.
The zucchini and mincemeat came out so perfectly. The colour is so beautiful. Zucchini with mincemeat makes a good matching dish. I like this dish a lot.
Kids and adults will love this a lot. It tastes so good. When you make a big portion, you can have it throughout the day. This is the best dish to make. When you make the zucchini tender, it will be easier for kids to eat.
When you have no idea what to make on that day, you can consider making this zucchini with mincemeat. Try the recipe and enjoy.

Preparation:
1. Take 2-3 zucchini out of the fridge. Rinse the zucchini’s.
2. Take a knife peeler and peel off some skins, but not too much.
3. Put each zucchini’s on the cutting board and cut and turn around and cut to form a triangle shape.
4. When it is all cut up, put it onto a strainer and rinse it. Then set it aside.
5. Take an onion, peel the skin, put it on the cutting board. Cut the onion in half and cut it into slices.
6. Take 2 garlic’s and peel the skins, cut them into pieces.

Preparing the mice meat:
1.Take out the package of ground beef. Open the package and take as much ground beef as needed to eat.
2. Whatever is leftover, wrap it with a plastic wrapper and place it in the freezer.
3. Take a clean bowl. Cut the beefs into small pieces and place it in the bowl
4. Marinate with salt, a lot of garlic powder, some soya sauce Mix it well together.
5. Put in some cornstarch and mix until you do not see any more cornstarch.
(Note: make sure the cornstarch is all coated everywhere.)
6. Put in the flour mix until you do not see any more flour.
(Note: Make sure the flours are all coated on the ground beefs.)
7. In the cupboard, take out a mid-size blender and blend all the ground beefs. Just put some in the blender and blend until it is a mice meat texture. For each blended ground beefs, place it into a bowl.
(Note: Do not put too much in the blend because it will damage the blender. )
8. Continue the same steps until you blend all the ground beefs into small pieces into mice meat.
9. When all done, set the bowl of blended mice meat aside.

Cooking mince meat:
1. In the cupboard, a frying pan and place it on the stove.
2. Turn on the heat to medium-low
3. When the pan is hot, put in some oil.
4. Put the mincemeat into the pan and stir a bit.
5. Close the lid and wait for it to cook by itself.
(note: keep an eye on the ground beef because it can cook up fast.
6. Open the lid and turn the heat to low. Continue to stir and move the pan until the mincemeat is well done without any pink showing.
7. When it is done, turn off the heat and set it aside.

Cooking the zucchini’s and mince meat together:

1. In the cupboard, take another frying pan and place it on the stove.
2. Turn the heat to high
3. When the pan is hot, put in some oil.
4. Put in the garlics and onions stir until almost done.
5. Put in the zucchini and stir a bit.
6. Sprinkle some garlic powder and salt. Put in some soya sauce and some flours.
7. Stir the zucchini a few times.
8. Wait for a couple of minutes for the
9. Zucchini to be cook by itself until it is tender.
10. Open the lid and take a piece of zucchini, to taste if it’s tender.
11. Once it is tender, that means it is ready. If it is not tender, you will need to cook it a bit longer.
12. Once the zucchini is tender and ready, pour the pan of mincemeat to the zucchini fry pan and put the heat to low and stir a bit.
13. Put in some flour and stir until you see no more flour.
14. Stir the zucchini and mincemeat together 2-3 times.
15. Turn off the heat, scoop it onto a plate and set it on the table.
16. Enjoy.

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