Diced onions then brown the mince. Add a dash of Goldstar brown sauce and some Bisto and stir it around. Pour it into a cast iron casserole dish already heated up. Add in boiling hot water and leave in the oven for an hour. Black pepper added at the end of cooking.
Brown the mince in a pan with some sunflower oil. Then cut a peeled onion once from the perimeter to the centre then slice discs of the onion so that you're left with long onion strings then add them to the pan with the mince. Add stock (in my case Braten Söße) and continue stirring until all the liquid is a thick goo. Add a tin of peas and carrots (including the water) to the mix and let it stew after adding salt and pepper to taste. Serve with creamy mashed potatoes and if the mood takes me then a dash of brown sauce.
'Roast' the mince in the oven first. Break it up on a baking tray, season and bang it in at a medium high heat until it's properly browned. When you think you have gone too far, leave it another 5 minutes.
Finely diced onion and carrots softened in dripping. Plenty more seasoning. Add the mince, couple of teaspoons of flour and mix. Add beef stock, simmer covered on a low heat. Stirring to stop it catching. Let it cool, stick it in the fridge overnight then reheat the next day when you are ready to eat it. Always better after the flavours have developed overnight.
Tatties mashed with loads of salted butter, white pepper and a splash of full fat milk.
Also delicious sandwiched between 2 slices of white pan bread with a good squirt of brown sauce.
Onions and carrots softened in oil and put to one side.
Mince browned, fat poured away.
Everything put back together, water in to cover it all. Crumble beef oxo cubes, number depending on how much mince and how many people to be fed. Glug of Worcestershire sauce, glug of HP sauce, salt and pepper.