Joe Grey Stew Recipe

PUBLISHED: 10:37 03 August 2111

Joe Grey Stew Recipe


Kent School dinner recipes


This is a traditional Gypsy stew usually made from sausages and bacon but it can be adapted to use up whatever you have in the fridge.


Serves 4


Ingredients


6sausages cut into bite sized pieces


6 rashers of bacon chopped


1.5 lt water


4 large tomatoes quartered


4 large potatoes, peeled and sliced


1onion, peeled & chopped


3stock cubes


Method


1 Fry the sausages, bacon and onion in a pan until well browned.


2 Cover with water, and add the sliced potatoes.


3 Simmer.


4 After about 10 minutes, add the tomatoes and sprinkle the stock cubes all over.


5 Let it simmer for a further 20 minutes.


6 Joe Grey should be served as a runny stew, with crusty bread.


Nutritional analysis per portion























































Energy kcal



477.0





Calcium mg



99.0



Protein g



23.9





Sodium g



2.158



Fat g



22.7





Iron mg



2.7



Saturates g



8.3





Zinc mg



2.5



Carbohydrate g



49.3





Folate g



81.3



NME g



0





Vitamin C mg



42.8



Fibre g



4.8





Vitamin A g



160.3



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