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5 Days – 5 Meals: Chilli Beef with Nachos

Chilli Beef with Nachos
Won’t be long before days get shorter and nights become colder. Chilli beefs with an extra kick is sure to keep you warm inside. Low carb and high in protein. The chilli make enough for 2 people. Condiments such as the ceese and sour cream be tailored to suit each person’s needs.

Difficulty: Novice Chef

Cooking time: 40 mins

Serves: 2

Nutritional info (based on 1 person)
Calories: 575
Carbs: 16
Protein: 67


500g Premium Beef Mince
100g tomato puree
1 tbsp of Chilli powder, paprika, turmeric, Cajun gymchef spice
4tbsp balsamic vinegar
½ punnet cherry tomatoes
½ bulb of garlic
1 chilli
1 onion
1 lime
3 peppers
125g mushrooms
2 mini wraps (32g each)
40g mozzarella cheese (each)
40g sour cream (each)
40 hot salsa


1. Preheat a large pot over a medium heat

2. Roughly chop the vegetables into bite sized chunks and season the meat with salt and pepper.

3. Turn up the heat of the pot and when it starts to smoke add in the mince and all of the vegetables and allow them to cook for 5 mins.

4. Turn the heat back down to medium, add in all of the spices and give it a good mix until well combined.

5. Add the tomato puree and mix well again.

6. Add 250ml of water and the balsamic vinegar. This should loosen the mixture up if it becomes to stodgy.

7. Turn the heat down low, season with a pinch of salt and pepper and let simmer for 30 mins until all of the vegetables have softened.

8. Season the wraps with the same spices again and bake on a tray in the oven for 5 minutes until they begin to brown. Then take them out and cut in half, then in half again and so on until they resemble Nachos.

9. At the very end take it off of the heat and squeeze in the lime juice.

10. Divide into two bowls and top it off with the sour cream, cheese, salsa and jalapeños.

FFCreations #9 Burrito Bowl

Nutritional information for this recipe can be found on myfitnesspal by searching for “feastfoodcreations” in the database.

Usually by the end of the week, there does be plenty of odd bits lying around the fridge. 

Half empty packets of cheese, vegetables chopped but never used and multiple jars of the same spices all opened and disorganised on the rack.

Worst of all, fresh Meat that has been bought or defrosted that needs to be used asap or it goes in the bin. Waste of money and time!!

One of best ways of eliminating waste (apart from Currys & Bolognese) and managing to keep it light, quick and easy is to lack everything into a Burrito Bowl…

Of course, there aren’t any rules so throw in whatever is available. Below is my own take on one of my favourite foods when I need too clear out the press or just want a decent feed.

Burrito Bowl (serves 2)

Choose either: 2 x Spicey Turkey Burgers or 2 x Chicken Fillets

250g Wholegrain Rice

60g Mozzarella Cheese

40g Creme Fraiche

20g Coconut Oil

2 Peppers

2 Garlic Cloves

1 Red Onion

1 Spring Onion

Baby Spinach (handful)

1 tbsp Cayenne & Paprika

1 tbsp Turmeric

20g Red/ Green Jalapenos

40g hot sauce/salsa (optional)

Seasoning – Rock Sea Salt & Cracked Black Pepper.


Simply cook the turkey/chicken in a large pan with the coconut oil.

Roughly chop up the vegetables and add them in too.

Season, and cook for 10 minutes over a medium heat.

Mix in the spices – continue cooking over a medium heat.

Heat the rice in the microwave.

In a separate pan, melt some more of the coconut oil and add in some spring onions.

Add in the rice and fry then add in the Turmeric. 

Cook for a few minutes over a medium heat.

Assemble in a bowl starting with the rice, baby spinach, meat & veggies.

Top off with cheese, creme fraiche, jalapenos, (and hot sauce or salsa for an extra kick).

Nutritional Content based on 2 bowls.

  • Total Calories: 1308
  • Total Protein: 109g
  • Toatal Carbs: 114g
  • Total Fat: 46g