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  • Serves 5
  • 15 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 12 Ingredients
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Crunchy golden bread jaffles, filled with turkey mince & veg in a thick gravy.


Ingredients (serves 5)

  • 500 gms Inghams Turkey Mince
  • 125 gms Sweetcorn Kernels (canned)
  • 1/3 Cup Peas
  • 1 med Carrot (finely diced)
  • 1 small Onion (finely diced)
  • 200 gms Diced Tomatoes (canned)
  • 1 Tbs Parsley (finely chopped)
  • 2 tsp Brown Onion Gravy Mix
  • 1/2 cup Water
  • 1/2 Tbs Olive Oil
  • 1 loaf Hi Fibre Bread (day old works well)
  • 1 Spray Olive Oil (for toasting)

Method

  1. Heat oil in a non-stick frying pan, add onion & cook until clear.
  2. Add the Inghams Turkey Mince, fry until browned.
  3. Add the Carrots, Sweetcorn & Peas, cook for a few minutes, add the tomato and simmer on low heat until the vegetable are cooked, add a little more water if necessary.
  4. Mix the gravy & water, add to the pan & simmer until thickened, set aside to cool a little.
  5. Heat a small pie maker/ jaffle maker, spray with olive oil, cut the bread to size, press into the cups, fill with the turkey mixture, top with bread circles, spray tops with a little olive oil and cook until golden.

Notes... A quick, easy dish that's great for lunches, snacks and my favourite ... feeding a heap of hungry kids when I'm on play-date duty. Full of healthy turkey and veg in a yummy gravy, it's a great way to put extra vegetable into kids meals/snacks and much healthy than serving party pies. I made 5 jaffles, but 500gms of Inghams Turkey Mince makes heaps of jaffles, just add 2 slices of bread per serve, with enough left over to freeze for next time. My favourite hint, top each jaffle with a child's initials and watch the smiles :)
  • So excited I love Turkey

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  • Thanks for the recipe. They look great.

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  • They look too good to eat thanks for sharing love making any kind of jaffle!!!!

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  • Fantastic recipe and love the presentation, very creative.

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  • Wow. These sound great. I am going to try this and see if my toddler and husband like them. I have never cooked with turkey mince before.

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  • these look so professional and looks like pastry!

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  • I would make these in a heart beat they would be the topic of the table with my toddler thanks for sharing

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  • Wow, to look at the pic you would never guess they’re made of bread. It looks just like pastry. Delicious, healthy lunch for the family…..loving the letters on top :}

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  • Like the letters S M I L E makes your day when you see those and you do SMILE!


    • Never made them with bread before, instead of pastry. Sounds interesting!

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  • They look cute !

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  • These look adorable! Love all the ingredients..I don’t cook/use Turkey that often, so will have to try these.

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  • A lovely idea,love the mini size!

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  • This looks delicious and very simple. Mums come up with some wonderful ideas

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  • Very cute, I love these as a snack idea. Very clever too.

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  • Love homemade pies. Love the letter on top idea


    • The letters on top of the pies is perfect for special times.

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