Indian Goan Fried Potatoes by The Greedy Fox

Indian chopped potatoes

The Greedy Fox Indian Goan Fried Potatoes are the perfect side dish to make with leftover roasties, mix them with our Goan seasoning for a perfect side dish for any Indian meal. They are sort of our version of Bombay Potatoes (but better obviously!) A very cheap, very simple dish that will spice up your potatoes.

Ingredients 

500g White potatoes, peeled and chopped into bitesize pieces.

1 Tbsp The Greedy Fox Goan Seasoning.

1/2 White onion, Sliced.

1 Tsp Garlic [We use lazy]

4 Tomatoes, Quartered.

1 Tsp Ginger [We use lazy]

Chopped Coriander.

1 Tbsp Oil or your low fat alternative.

 

 

Method

Bring a large pan of salted water to a boil and carefully add the potatoes. Boil until soft [Around 6 mins]

Drain Potatoes

Not including the coriander and the oil, add all the other ingredients to a large bowl and mix well being careful not to break up the potatoes to much.

Heat the oil in a large frying pan over a medium/high heat fry the potatoes until crispy and golden. Don’t overcrowd the the frying pan work in batches if you need to.

These also work brilliantly with leftover roast potatoes.

Serve the Indian Goan fried potatoes while hot.

Remember our kits are multiple use meal kits, one pot will make between 4 and 5 delicious family meals. Our seasoning blends are also perfect for people who meal prep, making your food tasty and healthy. They contain no additives or nasties and whilst we cannot guarantee any cross contamination (but rest assured we are working on it), because our daughter is coeliac our products are naturally gluten free.

 

Goan Spicy Potatoes by The Greedy Fox

Goan chopped potatoes

 

Ingredients

New Potatoes halved

1 Tbsp The Greedy Fox Goan Seasoning

1 tsp ginger [we use lazy]

1 tsp garlic [we use lazy]

1/2 Green Chilli chopped

1 tbsp Oil or a tray of your low fat alternative

Salt

Coriander roughly chopped

 

Method

Pre Heat Oven 200 deg

Bring a large pan of salted water to a boil, carefully add the potatoes boil until a fork easily pierces the skin. Around 10-15mins. Drain

Put potatoes, ginger and garlic into a baking tray with The Greedy Fox Goan Seasoning add the oil and toss to coat.

Roast in the oven until golden and crispy. [Around 25 mins]

 

 

 

 

 

Bean Burger by The Greedy Fox

Vegan Bean Burger
Bean Burger by The Greedy Fox

Wow! Our Greedy Fox BBQ seasoning makes these plain ingredients come alive for our Bean Burger recipe. Its perfect for Vegans and makes a great alternative to those trying to have more meat free days. Our favourite buns are brioche buns, the sweetness in them really completes the dish. For a little spice we add some chill sauce on top. We love to make a selection of these, making the mix and then just adding a different Greedy Fox seasoning. Play around, make it your own.

Serves 2

Recipe Cost: £1.32

Cost Per Portion: £0.66

Ingredients

150g cooked mixed beans [we used black beans, pinto beans and chick pea you can buy tins of mixed beans)
25g sweetcorn (drained)
Chopped chilli [use as much as you can handle, optional]
Handful coriander
The juice of half a lime
2-3 tablespoons gluten free plain flour
2 tablespoons The Greedy Fox BBQ seasoning

Wholemeal Baps or Brioche Buns or Gluten free rolls of choice

Method

1) Place all ingredients into a food processor and pulse until combined but leaving a little texture in the mix.
2) Shape into patties and fry in fry light or 2 teaspoons rapeseed oil [or oil of your choosing)

3) Serve in a wholemeal bap or brioche bun with a thick slice of tomato and some fresh salad leaves, baked sweet potato fries on the side

Remember our kits are multiple use meal kits, one pot will make between 4 and 5 delicious family meals. Our seasoning blends are also perfect for people who meal prep, making your food tasty and healthy. They contain no additives or nasties and whilst we cannot guarantee any cross contamination (but rest assured we are working on it), our daughter is coeliac so our products are naturally gluten free.

Moroccan Falafel by The Greedy Fox

Moroccan Falafel

 

Moroccan Falafel by The Greedy Fox

This is a foolproof Falafel recipe, the beauty of Falafel is the versatility of it and the cost of chickpeas makes this a real budget recipe. If you are Vegan or Vegetarian this will become one of your ‘go-to’ recipes. As an added bonus these are baked falafel so they are low fat too. Falafel ingredients are very simple, its essentially just chickpeas, flour and seasoning. Thats why The Greedy Fox Seasonings lend themselves perfectly to Falafel…just pick a seasoning that takes your fancy and off you go.

If you want to you can make these into falafel burgers, just change size of the patties.

Ingredients 

1x400g Tin of Chickpeas, drained and dried.

1Tbsp The Greedy Fox Moroccan seasoning

1/2tsp Garlic [we use lazy]

1/2Tsp Ginger [we use lazy]

Small handful Coriander [stalks an all]

1/2 small onion

Red Chilli as much as you like. we used 1/2 a deseeded chilli.

3Tbsp Gluten free plain flour. [normal flour will work]

Salt and pepper to taste.

 

Method

Place all ingredients except the flour and salt and pepper into a blender and pulse until the mixture resembles a crumbly dough.

While pulsing the chickpea mix add the flour 1Tbsp at a time until you get a mouldable dough [You may not need all the flour]

Roll into small walnut size balls [you should make around 10] and squash into patties. Leave to set covered in the fridge for 30 mins. This stage isn’t essential but may make frying a little easier.

Remove from the fridge.

Heat the oil over a hight heat and fry for 3-4mins each side or until cooked through and golden.

Or spray with a little of your low fat cooking spray and bake at 200 deg for 15mins turning halfway.

Best served hot but can be eaten cold.

Remember our kits are multiple use meal kits, one pot will make between 4 and 5 delicious family meals. Our seasoning blends are also perfect for people who meal prep, making your food tasty and healthy. They contain no additives or nasties and whilst we cannot guarantee any cross contamination (but rest assured we are working on it), our daughter is coeliac so our products are naturally gluten free.

 

Mexican Spiced Aubergine Stuffed Field Mushroom by The Greedy Fox

Mexican aubergine stuffed mushroom vegan
Mexican Spiced Aubergine Stuffed Field Mushroom by The Greedy Fox

Mushrooms are all too often just an ingredient, never the star of the show. We think this is a tragedy, give them the chance and they can be your leading lady. This is one of the best mushroom recipes you will try. We have this one as a Vegan mushroom recipe by using vegan Mozzarella but if you are not vegan normal Mozzarella will do just fine. Vegan cheese is getting better every day if you are looking to try it check out these guys www.mozzarisella.co.uk

This is a great starter dish and very low fat too. Mozarella is a great cheese for making the fat content of a dish low instead of cheddar or similar cheese. We managed to get hold of some flat field mushrooms but portobello mushrooms are easy to come by and work just as well.

 

Serves 2

Recipe Cost: £2.42

Cost Per Portion: £1.21

 

Ingredients

2 large flat field Mushrooms (often easier to get Portobello mushrooms)

1/2 Aubergine small diced

1-2 teaspoons The Greedy Fox Mexican Seasoning

100 gram Vegan Mozzarella

100ml The Greedy Fox Mediterranean Ragu

or 100ml passata

1/2 small diced yellow pepper

2 finely chopped spring onion

Handful chopped coriander

Fry Light

 

Method

Pre-heat oven 200 degrees

Clean mushrooms and scrape out brown gills, set aside.

In a frying pan Fry the aubergine over a med-high heat for 2 mins add seasoning and cook for a further minute, remove from pan and set aside.

In a bowl mix the aubergine and pepper mix,spring onion, mozzarella and Mexican Ragu mix until all combined.

Stuff mushrooms and bake for 8-12 mins until cheese is melted and golden.

Remember our kits are multiple use meal kits, one pot will make between 4 and 5 delicious family meals. Our seasoning blends are also perfect for people who meal prep, making your food tasty and healthy. They contain no additives or nasties and whilst we cannot guarantee any cross contamination (but rest assured we are working on it), our daughter is coeliac so our products are naturally gluten free.

Chickpea and Corn Burger by The Greedy Fox

Vegan Chickpea Burger

This Chickpea and Corn Burger is our go to recipe for a quick and simple meat free Monday. Being able to make these in under 20 mins is a great bonus after a long Monday. The fact that they only cost 21p per portion can only be a good thing. In this recipe we like the Burger and Steak Seasoning but our Caribbean and Moroccan Seasoning also work well.

Serves:4

Cost Per Recipe:£0.84

Cost Per Portion: £0.21

Ingredients

150 grams each of chickpeas and sweetcorn (drained)

1/2 roughly chopped small white onion

1 tablespoons of The Greedy Fox Burger and Steak Seasoning

A handful of fresh coriander leaf

Half a sliced chilli [optional]

2 tablespoons of gluten free plain flour

The juice of half a lime.

Method

1) Put all ingredients into a food processor and pulse, keeping some texture in the mix.

2) Form into equal sized patties [around 75g-80g each] and fry in fry light or a teaspoon of rape seed oil for 5-7mins each side. Or until golden and cooked through.

3) Serve in a wholemeal bun with your favourite sauce [we like Sriracha hot chilli sauce] topped with a slice of beefsteak tomato and salad leaves of your choosing

Instead of hot sauce why not top your burger with The Greedy Fox Buffalo Sauce

https://www.thegreedyfox.com/the-greedy-fox-buffalo-sauce

 

Beetroot Fritters by The Greedy Fox

Beetroot fritters
Beetroot Fritters by The Greedy Fox

These Beetroot Fritters are a great low fat recipe. Its packed with goodness and gives you one of your five a day. We love to use seasonal recipes. Veg tastes so much better when its in season which in the UK is around early July. We use a fantastic veg supplier who are great and getting whats locally grown and in season www.veg-inabox.com

This is a quick, easy recipe for vegans. It works well as a side dish. There are all sorts of different types of beetroot you can use too, Alto beetroot, Boltardy beetroot, Chioggia beetroot, Burpees Golden beetroot, Crimson King beetroot, Pablo beetroot and Red Ace beetroot amongst others. Have a look next time you buy beetroot and see which variety you have.

Ingredients

250gr Grated Beetroot

100gr washed and grated potato

1tbsp The Greedy Fox Caribbean or Cajun Seasoning

1tbsp gluten free plain flour, any plain flour will work here.

1/2 Small diced white onion

2 Tbsp olive oil or your low fat alternative

 

Method

Gently fry the onion over a medium heat in 1 tsp of the oil until soft about 5-7 mins.

Meanwhile mix the beets and potato and squeeze out as mush water as possible.

Add the onion, The Greedy Fox Caribbean seasoning and flour.

Taste and adjust the seasoning as required.

Shape into four equal sized balls and flatten to form patties.

Fry in the remainder of the oil 4-5 mins each side or until crispy

Remember our kits are multiple use meal kits, one pot will make between 4 and 5 delicious family meals. Our seasoning blends are also perfect for people who meal prep, making your food tasty and healthy. They contain no additives or nasties and whilst we cannot guarantee any cross contamination (but rest assured we are working on it), our daughter is coeliac so our products are naturally gluten free.

Vegan Chilli Enchiladas & Butternut squash queso’ish topping

Vegan Mexican Enchiladas

Vegan Chilli Enchiladas and Butternut Squash Queso’ish Topping. I love the fact you can prepare this dish earlier and pop in the oven when you’re ready to eat.  But what about Vegan Enchiladas. Making the recipe into a vegan recipe isn’t difficult we often make this the next day with our Vegan Lentil Chilli leftovers. I came across The Thug Kitchen books and their Butternut Squash Queso’ish Dip and wow! Who needs cheese?

On an added note if you are looking for inspirational Vegan recipes (and are not easily offended) then these books are a must buy! Its like meaty vegan cooking (if that makes sense!)

Ingredients

Enchiladas.

1/2 portion The Greedy Fox Vegan Lentil Chilli

3-4 Your favourite Wraps

A handful fresh chopped coriander- Garnish

Butternut squash Queso’ish topping, Inspired by the Thug Kitchen.

5oo gr butternut squash puree

1/2 small white onion, grated

2 Tbsp plain Flour

2 tsp The Greedy Fox Mexican Seasoning

125ml Vegetable stock

1 large Tomato chopped

2 Tbsp rape seed oil

65g nutritional yeast. We use Marigold Vegan Engevita Yeast flakes. [optional]

Juice of 1 lime

 

Method

To make the Enchiladas.

Put a 1/4 of the chilli in each wrap and roll to create 3 burrito style wraps and place into a snug fitting oven proof dish and to with the remaining 1/4 of chilli.

To make the Butternut squash queso’ish topping

Mix the puree with the onion until smooth.

Over a med heat add the oil and flour and The Greedy Fox Mexican Seasoning to a heavy bottomed saucepan stir to create a roux like mixture. Slowly add the stock whisking all the time to create a smooth sauce. Throw in the tomatoes and and puree and Nutritional yeast.

Add the lime juice and adjust seasoning.

Top the Chilli topped enchiladas with  some of the Butternut squash Queso’ish topping and bake in a hot oven for 20-25 mins

Sprinkle with coriander and serve

 

Loaded Potato Skins by The Greedy Fox

Loaded Potato Skins

Loaded Potato Skins by The Greedy Fox

Loaded Potato Skins are another family meal you can whip up using leftovers. This recipe can be made Vegan or Vegetarian, it just depends what ingredients you have leftover in your fridge, whatever you choose these will make delicious crispy potato skins. We have used sweet potatoes in some of these to make delicious filled sweet potato skins.

These are the perfect snack for friends coming over for a few drinks. Very often we make them before a big night out and chuck them straight in the oven when we are home. Its stops us getting a kebab on the way home! You can make these into a low fat recipe or if you are feeling naughty pile them with calories.

Serves 2

Ingredients

2 cooked Medium jacket Sweet Potatoes.

150g cooked Peas

1 Salmon Fillet

1-2 TspThe Greedy Fox Caribbean Seasoning

1-2 tbsp natural yogurt

Handful chopped mint

Sea salt and black pepper

 

Method

Season the salmon with The Greedy Fox Caribbean seasoning and grill for 4 mins each side under a med/high heat.

Meanwhile cut the potato in half lengthways and scoop out the flesh.

Crush the cooked peas and the natural yogurt and mint and half the potato mix well and load back into the potato shell. Season to taste

Flake the cooked salmon onto the top of the potato shell, garnish with chilli if using. And serve.

 

Vegan Chilli

Serves 2

Ingredients

2 cooked medium jacket sweet potatoes

125g The Greedy Fox Vegan chilli 

A handful chopped coriander

Mozzarella or your vegan alternative

Method

Cut the potatoes in half lengthways, scoop out the flesh and mix with the chilli, load back into the potato shells top with mozzarella and bake in a hot oven at 200 degree for 10 mins.

 

Bacon and Cheese

Serves 2

Ingredients

2 cooked medium white Jacket Potatoes

1 tsp The Greedy Fox BBQ seasoning.

4 rasher pre cooked bacon chopped into small dice

100g Grated Cheddar cheese

Method

Cut potatoes in half lengthways, scoop out flesh and mix with the Bacon and Cheese and seasoning then equally fill the potato shells and bake in a hot oven at 200 degree for 10 mins until warmed through and the cheese has melted.

 

Mediterranean Ragu with basil and Mozzarella

Serves 2

Ingredients

2 cooked medium jacket potatoes

100 g The Greedy Fox Mediterranean Ragu

A handful Basil leaves

Mozzerella or your vegan alternative

Method

Cut potatoes in half lengthways, scoop out flesh and mix with the Ragu. Season to taste. Load back into the potato shells top with the basil then the cheese and bake in a hot oven at 200 degree for 10 minutes

Remember our kits are multiple use meal kits, one pot will make between 4 and 5 delicious family meals. Our seasoning blends are also perfect for people who meal prep, making your food tasty and healthy. They contain no additives or nasties and whilst we cannot guarantee any cross contamination (but rest assured we are working on it), our daughter is coeliac so our products are naturally gluten free.

 

The Best Vegan Baked Beans by The Greedy Fox

Vegan Baked Beans
Vegan Baked Beans by The Greedy Fox

So baked beans are vegan anyway but for me its about eating less processed foods and less refined sugar so these Vegan Baked Beans are a staple. I love them as a breakfast recipe, alongside some smashed avocado on toast. I make these as a batch cook and freeze in portion sized zip lock bags, so for days when the fatigue is bad, its nice and easy cooking. Its also an excellent budget recipe.

Made using our BBQ Seasoning you definitely get a smokey taste but nothing too over powering.

 

Serves 2

Ingredients

1x400gr Tin Butter Beans, drained.

100ml Passata

1-2tsp The Greedy Fox BBQ Seasoning

1-2 tbsp brown sugar

1/2 White Onion, diced

1-2 tbsp soy sauce

1 tbsp Tomato puree

1-2 tsp rape seed oil

Method

Heat the oil in a saucepan, and add the onion and cook over a medium heat for 5 minutes until soft and translucent. Add the tomato purée, Greedy Fox BBQ seasoning, brown sugar and soy sauce, and cook for a couple more minutes

Add the beans and passata, and simmer for 7 minutes or until the mixture is piping hot and the sauce has thickened.

Season with a little back pepper.

Serve warm over toasted sour dough.

Remember our kits are multiple use meal kits, one pot will make between 4 and 5 delicious family meals. Our seasoning blends are also perfect for people who meal prep, making your food tasty and healthy. They contain no additives or nasties and whilst we cannot guarantee any cross contamination (but rest assured we are working on it), our daughter is coeliac so our products are naturally gluten free.