Hungry Mouths — 19th March

If you have hungry mouths to feed, don’t feel like you have make two dinners, Fresh Start can work for everyone at your place.

We’ve created the tastiest suggestions on how to bulk up a meal, while still keeping your dinners delicious and nutritious. Simply follow our recommendations below on how to feed hungry mouths depending on what dish you’re cooking.

SHOPPING LIST
(increase quantities based on number of hungry mouths you’re feeding)

1 medium sized roasting vegetables/200g per hungry mouth (e.g. potatoes, kumara, pumpkin, parsnips, carrots, beetroot) — nb. this is per recipe for Tarragon and Mustard Fish and Cumin-Scented Chicken

¼ cup (50g) uncooked brown rice per hungry mouth — nb. this is per recipe for Sumac Pork Sirloin Steaks and Kumara and Lemongrass Coconut Dhal

1 medium sized mashing vegetable/ 200g per hungry mouth (e.g. potatoes, kumara, carrots).


ROASTING VEGETABLES THIS WEEK

Tarragon and Mustard Fish
Cumin-Scented Chicken

Roast 200g of roasting vegetables per hungry mouth. Dice 2–3cm and roast at 200–220°C for 20–25 minutes, until cooked through.

For the fish, toss through the quinoa and broccoli. 
For the cumin-scented chicken, toss through the salad.


BROWN RICE THIS WEEK

Sumac Pork Sirloin Steaks
Kumara and Lemongrass Coconut Dhal

Cook 1/4 cup brown rice per hungry mouth as per packet instructions.

For the pork, serve 3/4 cup cooked rice per hungry mouth.
For the dhal, serve 3/4 cup cooked rice per hungry mouth.


MASHING VEGETABLES THIS WEEK

Sesame Beef Pave Steaks

Cook 200g mashing vegetables per hungry mouth. Dice 2–3cm and cook in pot of boiling water for 15–20 minutes, until very soft.

Mash with a little olive oil and/or milk and season to taste.

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