Paprika-Chili tortilla bowl with Surinamese spiced minced meat

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You need this: (for 4 people, 11 points per person)


500 grams of low-fat ground beef
4 "No Fairytales" Paprika-Chili tortilla wraps
1 onion (chopped)
3 cloves of garlic (crushed and chopped)
30 ml of soy sauce
25 ml sweet soy sauce
20 grams of tablespoon of tomato paste
1.5 tablespoon 5 spice herbs (from Jonnie Boer)
20 ml of ginger syrup
1 tablespoon Greensweet Stevia Brown
2 small maggi cubes (crumbled)
5 grams of trassi pasta
10 grams of sambal brandal
black pepper from the mill (to taste)
1 tablespoon of Becel light

This is how you make it:

Preheat the oven to 170 degrees and put the tortilla wraps in an ovenproof dish so that the wraps form a container. Put the containers in the oven for 12 minutes and remove them. Allow to cool down and remove the trays from the trays. So you have nice boxes that you can fill.

Fry the onion in the Becel and add the tomato paste and the trassi pasta. Stir fry briefly and add the Greensweet Stevia Brown.

Extinguish with the soy sauce, sweet soy sauce and ginger syrup and then add all the other herbs and garlic.

Rubbish the minced meat in it.

Fill the trays with the minced meat. (I also had some rocket at the bottom)

Enjoy your meal!

You can also make a variant with fewer points (it's just what you're looking for and how many points you can eat). Then replace the minced meat for self ground chicken chopped. If you only make that mince from chicken, it is only 4 points per filled tortilla tray. Grind your chicken chopped 300 grams chicken breast and 200 grams chicken breast fillet, then it comes to 6 points per filled tortilla tray, it is a choice. (PLEASE NOTE: the chicken chopped from the supermarket is a lot of points because it is not made of chicken fillet only, so you have to make it yourself or ask a Turkish butcher if he wants to grind chicken fillet for you to minced)

 

Source / photo: Sandra Kemna

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