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Beef and Veggie nachos

Healthy Choices

Its easy to make beef nachos, but much more fun to add all your veggies into the mixture also. This dish is perfect for fussy eaters who like mince but not the veggies. You can load this mixture up with veggies and the kids won't even notice!

Nutritional information

224 Kcal (228 g)
17 grams
14 grams
12 grams
2 grams


Makes 8 serves (228 g per serve)

500 grams of beef, mince, raw

1 small onions, raw

200 grams of carrot, raw

100 grams of celery, raw

100 grams of pepper, sweet, green, raw

1 cup of cauliflower, green, raw

200 grams of broccoli, raw

400 grams of tomatoes, red, ripe, canned

1 Tbsp of oil, olive

400 grams of beans, red kidney, canned in water, re-heated, drained


  1. Heat up the oil in a large wok/ fry pan.
  2. Use a chopper to finely chop the veggies. 
  3. Add to the hot oil, the finely chopped onion, then add the mince. Brown the mince and onion.
  4. Finely chop all of the following veggies and add one by one into the mince mixture. 
  5. Add the carrot, celery, green pepper, cauliflower and broccoli.
  6. Add the tinned tomatoes (you can chop up fresh tomatoes if you prefer) and canned kidney beans (use dried, soaked and cooked beans if you prefer).
  7. Add chili powder, black pepper and salt to taste.
  8. Simmer the dish for 10 minutes. Serve with rice, nacho chips, tortillas or taco shells. 
  9. Add grated cheese, guacamole or sour cream (if you like).
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